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Congresswoman Suzan DelBene marked Small Business Saturday by holiday shopping at locally-owned small businesses in downtown Kirkland.
KeyBank’s newest branch opened at 332 Central Way in Kirkland on Nov. 16.
Recently the Kirkland-based Bluetooth Special Interest Group, which oversees Bluetooth technology, celebrated the 28,000-member mark of companies who use its technology and products.
Kirkland’s booming housing market has attracted a Canadian-based construction management company seeking to branch out into the Eastside and other parts of the state.
PJ Glassey has announced the opening of his new X Gym headquarters at the South Kirkland Park n’ Ride near the 405 - 520 interchange. The new Eastside X Gym marks a major improvement in space and parking compared to the previous location in the heart of downtown Kirkland.
Roo’s World of Discovery, a Montessori-inspired indoor play and learning space for families with children birth to five years old, opened its doors today near the Kirkland waterfront at 108 Central Way.
The Greater Kirkland Chamber of Commerce helped SpeedPro Imaging hold a grand opening and ribbon cutting event on Thursday with the help from city representatives, including City Councilman Toby Nixon.
Kirkland-based information technology staffing and consulting firm Chameleon Technologies has received the top honor of Small Business of the Year from King County.
The Whole Cat and Kaboodle in Bridle Trails will hold a grand opening from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Nov. 15.
ATGStores.com, based in Kirkland, has launched the Teacher Discount program, an initiative aimed at helping educators by providing a 10 percent discount on every purchase to all program members every day of the year.
A consumer finance site has named Kirkland among the top 20 cities in the state to start a business and seventh for the number of businesses per residents.
In just a few days, witches, zombies and vampires will be converging on your house, asking for candy. As is the case every Halloween, you’ll likely be merely amused over the sight of these costumed characters.
Women who shop online now have a better way to find their best denim fit thanks to Kirkland-based Fitcode, a new fashion technology company. At the core of the concept, Fitcode is shifting the industry’s focus from size to fit.
Astra Women’s Business Alliance (Astra) named three women entrepreneurs, including Betta Beasley from Kirkland, to lead its Washington Leadership Forum.
First California Mortgage Company (First Cal) announced today a major expansion in its Pacific Northwest operations with the hiring of Regional Vice President Travis Newbauer, a 12-year industry veteran with tenure at firms such as Envoy Mortgage, Eagle Home Mortgage and GMAC Mortgage.
Freiheit & Ho Architects in Kirkland has announced seven new hires.
The Kiddie Academy of Kirkland was recently honored with the prestigious Life Essentials Technology award by Kiddie Academy, a national leader in educational childcare. Life Essentials is Kiddie Academy’s proprietary curriculum and overarching educational philosophy.
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.