Take a look at past AWB hosted events then click on our calendar to join what is coming up next.

COVID-19 Employer Resources Webinar Series

Hear what resources are available for you and real-time, expert insights on all aspects of the crisis as we navigate how COVID-19 continues to impact our state and the economy.

COVID-19 Washington Employer Conference Call

AWB hosted a conference call updating employers on the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak. AWB President Kris Johnson welcomed Gov. Jay Inslee and other state officials to the call, who informed employers of the latest information and helped them prepare.

Workforce Summit

AWB’s Workforce Summit brought together new ideas and innovative employers that shared tools to support the development of a world-class workforce in our state. View the recording today.

Lobby Lunches

Each legislative session, AWB invites lawmakers, state elected officials and key policy staff to share their views over lunch with members at our office in Olympia.

SECURE Act Legislation Webinar

The SECURE Act Legislation Webinar gave an overview of the new law and how the most significant provisions could impact you and your business.

Legislative Day & Hill Climb

More than 200 business leaders and employers travelled to Olympia from across Washington to connect with top legislators and Gov. Jay Inslee. Tuesday's event covered many topics, but the overall message was clear: Washington employers are actively engaged in a dialogue with state leaders to keep our state's economy competitive.

Evening of Excellence

AWB highlighted the best of Washington companies at our ceremony on Nov. 20. We honored Washington business leaders who demonstrated excellence in innovation and entrepreneurship. Guests joined us from across the state for a night of celebration at the fourth-annual Evening of Excellence awards celebration, presented by Banner Bank, at Seattle’s Benaroya Hall.

Manufacturing Week

AWB’s custom-wrapped tour bus covered all regions of the state over nearly 2,500 miles and seven days. The mission was to raise awareness of the state’s incredible manufacturing sector, which produces about 12 percent of the state’s total economic output and employs nearly 288,000 people.