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Expedia CruiseShipCenters Drops Anchor in Bellevue

Local Entrepreneur to Help Customers Plan their Perfect Vacation Planning a vacation has just become a lot easier for families in Bellevue and Kirkland. With the desire and expertise to help…

Winetasting Fundraiser at The Bravern to Benefit the Lake Washington Symphony Orchestra September 19th

Sommelier Elton Nichols Leads Wine Auction and Fundraiser  The Lake Washington Symphony Orchestra will hold its third annual fundraiser, a wine tasting at the The Bravern in Bellevue, on Saturday…

9 STEPS PROVEN TO BUILD A SUCCESSFUL SALES TEAM FROM SCRATCH

Eliot Burdett Offers Blueprint for Success NEW YORK, AUGUST 27 — Building a sales team from scratch is one of the most difficult and important tasks of a CEO. Generating revenue through…

Switchfly Labor Day Study Names Nassau #1 Destination

Data released today from Switchfly show people squeezing in one last weekend of beach time before Autumn hits Switchfly, Inc., the technology company powering travel search, booking and loyalty point redemption…

SEATTLE WEIGHT LOSS FIRST IN AREA TO OFFER RESHAPE NON-SURGICAL WEIGHT LOSS PROCEDURE

New dual balloon technology proven to provide more than twice the weight loss of diet and exercise alone Seattle Weight Loss is one of the first in the U.S. to…

Washington Health Benefit Exchange Board Names MacEwan Interim CEO

The Washington Health Benefit Exchange Board recently took action to appoint Pam MacEwan CEO until such time a new CEO is named. She will be replacing outgoing CEO Richard Onizuka…

GOOGLE OPENS NEW RECREATIONAL HAVEN ALONG CROSS KIRKLAND CORRIDOR

On Aug. 31, Google and Kirkland residents will celebrate a new, highly-anticipated recreational space along the Cross Kirkland Corridor next to Google’s Kirkland campus. The $3 million project transformed a section…

Bellevue College names new VP of Economic and Workforce Development

Position will provide business, industry and economic leadership on Eastside campus Bellevue College has appointed Albert Lewis, Jr. as Vice President of Economic and Workforce Development.  In this role, he…

Is the American Dream Dead?

by Douglas Obey The American Dream couldn’t be more alive but there are those promoting class warfare who are certainly trying to kill it off. The derogatory articles and reports…

Thirty-seven students graduated from The Construction Industry Training Council of Washington

The Construction Industry Training Council of Washington (CITC) held its 2015 graduation ceremony June 19th at the Meydenbauer Center in Bellevue. There were 37 graduating students representing four of CITC’s…