April 27, 2017

AWB seeking employers who showcase excellence and best practices for awards

Washington is home to some of the most innovate, environmentally mindful and community-focused employers in the nation, and each year AWB is privil...
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April 24, 2017

Spring Meeting less than two weeks away, features pollster Frank Luntz

With less than two weeks to go, it’s time to reserve a seat at AWB’s 2017 Spring Meeting. The two-day...
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April 17, 2017

Food trucks descend on the Capitol to raise awareness about legislative issues

A fleet of food trucks parked outside the Capitol last Thursday for the first-ever “Food Truck Lobby Day.” Lo...
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April 4, 2017

Business leaders encouraged to 'think differently' at 2017 Workforce Summit

On March 22, 110-plus guests received the rare opportunity to think like a futurist. Rebecca Ryan, a futur...
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March 17, 2017

Lands commissioner focused on opportunities in rural counties (w/video)

There are opportunities in rural Washington counties. This was the message from Hilary...
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March 14, 2017

2017 Workforce Summit: Debunking generational stereotypes in the workplace

Let’s talk about generational stereotypes in the workplace. Maybe you have heard some of these: Baby boomers are optimistic workaholics,...
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March 13, 2017

Report on small business tour shines light on economic challenges

Small business isn’t the backbone of Washington’s economy. It’s more like the tibia. That’s one...
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March 9, 2017

Progress is being made, but session will go longer than 105 days (w/video)

Anyone still clinging to the hope that the legislative session would finish in 105 days received some bad news at Thursday's Lobby Lunch....
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March 6, 2017

'Shot Clock' bill passed the House, sets limit on EIS process

Project permitting timelines could finally get some certainty this year. That’s because House Bill 1086 passed the Hou...
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February 16, 2017

Washington sees better economic averages than U.S. in most categories (w/video)

If you live in Seattle and think it’s representative of the statewide economy, Washington’s chief economist has news for you....
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