Small businesses often face tough challenges and at times, they don’t know where to seek help.
By James Tabafunda Northwest Asian Weekly At one point, the stage, filled with Asia Pacific Cultural Center (APCC) members and supporters dressed in various traditional Asian and Pacific Islander dress, mirrored the packed, top-floor banquet room at China Harbor Restaurant alongside Seattle’s Lake Union. KING 5 and Northwest Cable News anchor Sula Kim, the event’s […]
October 9, 2015 6pm — no-host cocktail 6:45 pm — program & dinner China Harbor Restaurant, 2040 Westlake Ave. N., Seattle HONOREES: Sarah Baker President-elect, Japanese Americans Citizens League Chera Amlag & Geo Quibuyen Food & Sh*t Pop Up Lorraine Yu President, Sirius6 Corporation Dwayne Clark Founder/Chair, Aegis Living OCA Asian Pacific American Advocates – […]
By Ador Pereda Yano Northwest Asian Weekly What is the responsibility of a public university in addressing the economic needs of people in underserved communities? Michael Verchot, the Director of the University of Washington’s Consulting and Business Development Center (CBDC), believes UW’s business school has a powerful role and an effective response to this question. […]
By Assunta Ng Minority business owners sailed on an Argosy cruise ship to celebrate success on May 20. The success they discussed wasn’t about making a million dollars or landing a big deal — far from it — but the significant results of a project they participated in are evident.
The University of Washington Michael G. Foster School of Business hosted its Minority Business Awards on Thursday, Dec. 6, honoring eight minority-owned businesses and awarding seven
On April 27, the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) announced that University of Washington (UW) President Mark Emmert will be the NCAA’s next president, leaving a big hole at the very top of the UW.
The University of Washington’s business school has 72 undergraduate scholarships, but none of them is specifically designed for Asian Americans.