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As the expanding tech industry in the Seattle area searches for the appropriate candidates to fill more and more roles, one Kirkland-based start-up has turned to a creative solution - cooperating with other companies.
As the hot August days in Kirkland beg for a cool, refreshing drink, many Kirkland residents have flocked to the recently opened Healthy Bonez juice truck on Market Street. Newly planted flowers surround the truck as their company flag flies above. The smiling faces of the owners, Collin and Shandy Greenleaf, greet customers as friends, already knowing many of their orders before they arrive.
Kirkland-based X Gym is moving from downtown to a location near the South Kirkland Park and Ride, where the owner plans to offer free afternoon school programs for children living at the Imagine Housing across the street.
Starting this fall quarter, Northwest University will offer a collective space for a combination of small businesses and entrepreneurs that has already seen success in other cities.
This fall Northwest University will be launching a business incubator and co-working space.