Business

Swedish-Issaquah was named Building of the Year for 2011 by readers of the Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce.

Swedish-Issaquah voted Building of the Year

Swedish-Issaquah Medical Center recently finished ahead of several other strong contenders, winning the Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce award for Building of the Year.

  • Mar 19, 2012
Swedish-Issaquah was named Building of the Year for 2011 by readers of the Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce.
Sammamish native Evan Johnsen was recently named program director of The First Tee of Greater Seattle.

Sammamish native named program director for First Tee of Greater Seattle

Sammamish native Evan Johnsen has been named program director of The First Tee of Greater Seattle, following two years in various roles with the nonprofit association.

  • Mar 19, 2012
Sammamish native Evan Johnsen was recently named program director of The First Tee of Greater Seattle.
Scott Gardiner

Hidden treasures showcased in Sammamish

According to Sammamish Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Deb Sogge, there are more than 4,000 home businesses licensed on the Plateau.

Scott Gardiner
Audrey Slade

Helping business grow in Issaquah | Meadow Creek more than office space

A struggling economy could have spelled disaster for Richard Gabel.

Audrey Slade

Eastside chambers oppose state’s plan to balance budget

The East King County Chambers of Commerce Legislative Coalition is not pleased with Washington’s plan to balance its 2012 budget.

Global Washington to vist Sammamish March 13

Global Washington will conduct a brown bag lunch from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., Tuesday, March 13 at Sammamish City Hall, presenting what it does to support organizations worldwide.

  • Mar 5, 2012
Jacques Gauron

Issaquah’s Marketing Masters soar sky-high

The feeling never grows old for Jacques Gauron. Whenever the life-long Issaquah resident watches a jetliner hum through the Pacific Northwest skies, he can pridefully look up and say he had a part in it — thousands of parts.

Jacques Gauron
Greater Issaquah Chamber of Commerce CEO Matt Bott

Bott finishes 3-year course

Matthew Bott, the CEO at the Greater Issaquah Chamber of Commerce, was among 33 chamber executives to graduate this February from Academy, a professional development program presented by the Western Association of Chamber Executives.

  • Mar 1, 2012
Greater Issaquah Chamber of Commerce CEO Matt Bott

Issasquah’s Blue Drifter Ranch honored

Blue Drifter Ranch in Issaquah has been recognized nationally by the American Angus Association® for having two registered Angus cows included in the Association's 2012 Pathfinder Report.

  • Feb 26, 2012

Hofmeister joins Evergreen Healthcare

Evergreen Healthcare welcomed its new Chief Nursing Officer Nancee R. Hofmeister, MSN, RN, NE-BC, to the Evergreen staff on Jan. 31.

  • Feb 26, 2012
A paddle boarder navigates Puget Sound waters.

Issaquah to host Northwest Paddling Festival

Non-motorized water sports enthusiasts are expected to flock to Issaquah this spring for the 2012 Northwest Paddling Festival.

  • Feb 25, 2012
A paddle boarder navigates Puget Sound waters.
Nathan Bosseler

Innovation in Issaquah winners announced

The Issaquah Chamber of Commerce recognized four businesses Wednesday during its second annual Innovation in Issaquah ceremony held at the Holiday Inn.

  • Feb 23, 2012
Nathan Bosseler
Eastside Catholic CFO Kris Galvin is one of five nominees for The Puget Sound Business Journal's CFO of the Year for non-profit organizations.

Eastside Catholic CFO up for region’s top honor

Eastside Catholic Chief Financial Officer Kris Galvin is one of five nominees in the running for The Puget Sound Business Journal's CFO of the Year award for non-profit organizations.

Eastside Catholic CFO Kris Galvin is one of five nominees for The Puget Sound Business Journal's CFO of the Year for non-profit organizations.
Roberta Fuhr

Experience Tea brings unique flavor to Issaquah

Once a high-ranking national manager at a bank, Issaquah resident Roberta Fuhr took a bold step in 2008.

Roberta Fuhr

Issaquah Trophy & Awards donates to Relay for Life in first quarter

Issaquah Trophy & Awards has selected Relay for Life as its recipient for its Awards for Cause program during the first quarter of 2012.

  • Feb 3, 2012

Swedish Issaquah implements new beside technology

Patients at Issaquah's Swedish Medical Center can now get just about anything they need with a click of a remote control button.

  • Feb 2, 2012

New endoscopy center to open in Issaquah

The physicians of Eastside Endoscopy Center in Bellevue and Physicians Endoscopy will soon open a new two-room endoscopic ambulatory surgery center in Issaquah.

  • Feb 2, 2012

Have a Mondo Coffee stamp card? Woman asks people to stop calling the number on it

When Mondo's coffee first opened it accidentally printed the wrong number on its stamp cards for free coffee, and as a result an Issaquah woman is getting bombarded with calls.

Sammamish Chamber of Commerce to host Home Business Expo

The Sammamish Chamber of Commerce will hold its first Home Business Expo in an effort to connect the public to the "hidden treasures" of home businesses that exist in the city from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday, March 10.

  • Jan 26, 2012

State’s unemployment rate, job numbers down in December

December’s labor statistics from the federal Bureau of Labor Statistics once again produced conflicting data about what’s happening in Washington’s economy.

  • Jan 21, 2012