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Networking to recession proof your career

Networking to recession proof your career

Make a networking plan for yourself. You don’t have do it all in one day.

  • Jan 15, 2020
  • By Albert Ames and Amy Morrison Special to the Reporter
Networking to recession proof your career
Adding cultural competency skills can recession proof your career

Adding cultural competency skills can recession proof your career

Cultural competency is the ability to acknowledge, respect and understand individuals and groups from different cultures and with different perspectives.

  • Dec 18, 2019
  • By Sharon Raz and Amy Morrison Special to the Reporter
Adding cultural competency skills can recession proof your career
Boeing Renton plant to halt 737 Max production

Boeing Renton plant to halt 737 Max production

Suspension expected to begin in January

Boeing Renton plant to halt 737 Max production
Decreased inventory for buyers in local real estate market

Decreased inventory for buyers in local real estate market

By Erin Flemming Special to the Reporter The month of December reliably marks a low point in unsold inventory in the residential real estate market.… Continue reading

  • Dec 12, 2019
  • By Erin Flemming Special to the Reporter
Decreased inventory for buyers in local real estate market
Business alliance serves women of African diaspora in King County

Business alliance serves women of African diaspora in King County

Nourah Yonous launched the African Women Business Alliance in 2017 to find ways to lift women up.

Business alliance serves women of African diaspora in King County
New recycling service hits the Kirkland market

New recycling service hits the Kirkland market

Ridwell is a recycle service that for $10-14 a month will pick up difficult-to-recycle goods.

New recycling service hits the Kirkland market
Adding credentials can recession proof your career

Adding credentials can recession proof your career

Look at hard skills and soft skills to see where there may be a gap.

  • Nov 13, 2019
  • By Amy Morrison and Letty Barnes Special to the Reporter
Adding credentials can recession proof your career
Investor Shark event draws in community at Kirkland Performance Center
Investor Shark event draws in community at Kirkland Performance Center
Chiropractic instrument takes the crack out of spinal adjustment

Chiropractic instrument takes the crack out of spinal adjustment

Disc Centers of America Bellevue uses the Impulse iQ for comfort and results

  • Nov 11, 2019
  • by Dr. Steven Thain
Chiropractic instrument takes the crack out of spinal adjustment
Winter chill begins to settle into real estate market

Winter chill begins to settle into real estate market

While there was an uptick in new listings, pending home sales and sold properties the last two months, things are quieting down.

  • Nov 5, 2019
  • By Erin Flemming Special to the Reporter
Winter chill begins to settle into real estate market
Armoire opens second location in Kirkland. Armoire is a start-up company that is based in Seattle and has branched out to the Eastside. Unlike most retail stores, Armoire rents their clothing to their customers through a membership. Photo courtesy of Armoire

Armoire opens second location in Kirkland

Retail stores are adapting to modern working women and their needs.

Armoire opens second location in Kirkland. Armoire is a start-up company that is based in Seattle and has branched out to the Eastside. Unlike most retail stores, Armoire rents their clothing to their customers through a membership. Photo courtesy of Armoire
Anko opens doors at new Kirkland location

Anko opens doors at new Kirkland location

The retail chain can also be found in Lynnwood, Bellevue, Mill Creek and Burien.

Anko opens doors at new Kirkland location
PupPod owner Erick Eidus won the crowd favorite award and received $500 from the Greater Kirkland Chamber of Commerce during last year’s Kirkland Investor Sharks. Aaron Kunkler/staff photo

Investor Shark continues with the tradition to help fund Kirkland startups

The event will also feature a teen startup team from LWSD.

PupPod owner Erick Eidus won the crowd favorite award and received $500 from the Greater Kirkland Chamber of Commerce during last year’s Kirkland Investor Sharks. Aaron Kunkler/staff photo
E-liquid ban hits Kirkland vape store hard

E-liquid ban hits Kirkland vape store hard

Vape Savvy used to see 30-40 customers daily. Now, they’re luck if the store sees five.

E-liquid ban hits Kirkland vape store hard
Bombaii Cutters of Kirkland continues a Halloween tradition

Bombaii Cutters of Kirkland continues a Halloween tradition

The community staple has been putting on the contest for several years.

Bombaii Cutters of Kirkland continues a Halloween tradition
Recession proofing your career

Recession proofing your career

The best time to prepare for an economic downturn is when the job market is strong.

  • Oct 17, 2019
  • By Dr. Amy Morrison, Amber Hisatake and Mary Powers Special to the Reporter
Recession proofing your career
Kirkland real estate market transitions into fall

Kirkland real estate market transitions into fall

There may be less competition than last year but well-priced homes in great locations can still garner more than one offer.

  • Oct 10, 2019
  • By Erin Flemming Special to the Reporter
Kirkland real estate market transitions into fall
The Village at Totem Lake offers update on Phase II projects

The Village at Totem Lake offers update on Phase II projects

Property reps gave community members a sneak peek of what’s to come.

The Village at Totem Lake offers update on Phase II projects

EvergreenHealth receives $1 million from anonymous donor

The donation was in recognition of the system’s ongoing dedication to hand hygiene and patient safety.

  • Sep 14, 2019
Change to U.S.-backed condo loans comes as summer market wraps up

Change to U.S.-backed condo loans comes as summer market wraps up

A monthly real estate snap shot by John L. Scott Real Estate.

  • Sep 11, 2019
  • By Erin Flemming Special to the Reporter
Change to U.S.-backed condo loans comes as summer market wraps up