ReInvent Corps Opportunities
A Snohomish County-based non-profit needs an experienced branding and communications professional for coaching and mentoring on how to reposition its healthcare related services in the wake of the pandemic.
An Arlington-based CNC machine shop that specializes in the design & programming of metal parts for the Aerospace, Medical or Commercial Industries needs a business development professional to help the owner focus market development efforts for new and existing services.
A Skagit County-based research team developing new technology to increase fruit harvest efficiency in one of our state’s key agricultural sectors needs an experienced a mechanical design engineer with CAD skills to help increase profitability of Washington farmers.
COVID -19 Update
Disruptions like we are experiencing bring big challenges to our everyday lives, but we also know they can be cornerstones and catalysts for innovation. We continue to be here to support new and existing entrepreneurs in the region as you navigate the dynamic changes occurring, so please contact us if you want to schedule online video sessions or phone calls. We will be sharing through our Facebook page up-to-date Community and Business resources for the region. We are also working to evolve our existing programs and other new events into online formats to continue providing quality information to serve the entrepreneurial community. Sign up for our newsletter to get updates about the programs as they become available or visit our events page.
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The NW Innovation Resource Center (NWIRC), Providence Health & Services Northwest (Providence), Everett Community College (EvCC) and Washington State University Everett (WSU), have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to collaborate on innovations that will benefit and improve community health and general medical care in the region.
Over the last few months I have been writing articles for this column after talking to experts about issues that are important to “inventors”. However, this series is not just about getting a sneak peekinto the invention process; I really hope it will spark the...
By: Lara Merriam-Smith Name of inventor/product developer: Kellie and Katya Szirom Product: Artisan dog products. Hometown: Bellingham How to buy: Bellingham Whole Foods Market, Hohl Feed & Seed, Whatcom Farmers Co-ops, our website....