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Recently the Puget Sound Business Journal (May 22-29
University of Washington, Bothell professor Steven Collins said Bothell’s biotechnology infrastructure simply is not in the same class as that to be found in Boston or San Diego.
Chase — Washington’s new 200-year-old bank — unveiled its bright blue octagon logo and revered name on 187 bank branches and 255 ATMs in Washington, reaching consumers and businesses formerly
“If there is one message you get today,” featured speaker Louise Holder told the attendees at the May 28 regular meeting of the Greater Bothell Chamber of Commerce, “it is, ‘Yes, you can grow your business.’”
Country Inn & Suites By Carlson will be celebrating 20 years in the Bothell community.
Elle Marie Hair Studio in Bothell has attained Elite Salon status and will now exclusively carry Redken 5th Avenue NYC fashion-driven, technologically advanced professional salon products.
After spending seven years as the vice president of a start-up firm that eventually was sold to a Fortune 100 company, Bothell’s Jeff Pascoe went to work in the corporate office of a well-known, large-sized retailer.
The Greater Bothell Chamber of Commerce will hold its annual legislative update luncheon 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., May 13 at the Courtyard in Country Village.
“America is a tired nation and we’re trying to do what we can to help,” said Stephen Anneberg.
“I guess I’m just not an agent for change,” said B-Z Davis.
As is probably obvious to anyone who has driven by the location, construction of a new Safeway store is on hold at the corner of Bothell-Everett Highway and 240th Street Southeast in Bothell.
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The University of Washington, Bothell and CMC ICOS Biologics, a company dedicated to contract development and manufacturing for the biotechnology sector, have announced a public/private agreement.
A project manager for Seattle’s Low Income Housing Institute, Mike Woo estimated that market rates for one of the new four-bedroom town homes on Northeast 182nd Street would reach about $350,000.
For the most part, they all have leases through October. But they still feel as though their businesses are twisting in the wind, facing unfairly, uncertain futures.
Lisa Marie Hammel has joined the Bothell law firm of Williams & Williams PSC. The practice represents municipal and private clients in real estate, construction, civil litigation and condemnation cases. Hammel brings more than 12 years of experience litigating construction, contract, real estate, consumer and medical malpractice cases to the firm.
The economy is tough and it will get worse before better — but with hard work and optimism, it will turn.
Since its founding in 2006, the Business Development Center at the University of Washington, Bothell, has worked with businesses ranging from a new Amoco franchise to a computer hardware refurbishing company that was pulling in an annual revenue of $50 million.