NWIRC has a new partnership with Providence, EvCC, & WSU Everett.
Whether you are an inventor or entrepreneur, NWIRC helps you evaluate the idea, identify your needs and create a customized road map for success.
The NWIRC staff are very knowledgeable and truly understand the “business world” as their insights often times serve as reality checks, which have been extremely helpful in making business decisions. NWIRC not only provides a valuable service to members of the community, but also acts as an incubator for innovation and a catalyst for economic growth in our region.
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Contact us today to find out more about our programs or to volunteer as part of our Entrepreneurial Innovation Community.
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....