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Northwest Economic Development Course – 8/19-22 – Ellensburg, WA

The annual Northwest Economic Development Course is the premier event offering intensive training in the basic concepts, methods, and strategies of local economic development.

A Surprising Place for Climate Change Relocation: Washington State

The city of Hamilton in Skagit County, Washington showcases another kind of community at risk from the effects of climate change and considering relocation to higher ground.

110,000 Washington students a year will get money for college, many a free ride

Starting in 2020, more Washington residents will be able to attend college for less money. For many, it will be free.

Washington State Department of Commerce Director’s Update – April 2019

Everyone at Commerce is extremely pleased with the results of our agency request legislation this year.

Dr. Lisa Brown confirmed as Washington Commerce Director

Brown said some of her immediate priorities include helping address the sustainability of infrastructure financing programs and enhancing the agency’s outreach activities – especially with rural and underserved areas – to ensure communities in need...

Statewide Washington economic drivers, challenges featured at ESD Symposium April 1

Join economic and workforce development leaders from across the state on April 1 at the 2019 Economic Symposium hosted by the Washington Employment Security Department’s Labor Market and Economic Analysis division in Seattle. Among the...

Washington State Department of Commerce Director’s Update – March 2019

It’s hard to believe that a month has passed since I accepted Gov. Inslee’s appointment to lead the Department of Commerce.

Seattle-area home prices drop to lowest point in two years – down $116,000 since last spring

The turnaround is even more pronounced when zeroing in just on the city of Seattle.

MoxyDox helps individuals and small businesses go paperless, one form at a time.

What if you could have a paperless solution with no change to your current workflow?

Job growth, affordable housing lures people to Spokane area

"For those of us who are 50-plus, the region looks completely different, and it feels different because so many people are moving here," Forsyth said.

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