WASHINGTON
 

Association of Washington Business
1414 Cherry St. SE
Olympia, WA 98501
Tel: (360) 943-1600
members@awb.org
awb.org
AWB is Washington state's premiere advocate for the business community and is recognized as the state's chamber of commerce, manufacturing and technology association. The mission of the Association of Washington Business is to advance an economic climate that enables our members, employees and all citizens to prosper.


Community Capital Development
1437 S Jackson Street
Seattle, WA 98144
Tel: (206) 324-4330
Fax: (206) 324-4322
info@seattleccd.com
seattleccd.com
Community Capital Development (CCD) is an economic development organization formed in 1997, created to serve underbanked entrepreneurs with access to capital and comprehensive business technical assistance.


Expertise LLC
1525 4th Avenue Suite #700
Seattle, WA 98101
Tel:
(877) 769-7769
info@expertise.com
www.expertise.com/small-business
Expertise LLC helps people find experts as well as help local professionals win. Expertise also features a resource center with informative articles and how-to-guides written by expert contributors. This content aims to educate and intrigue readers with industry advice and trends and act as a guide for many of today’s challenges for small businesses, online and off.


Women's Business Center, Inland Northwest
500 S Stone St
Spokane, WA 99202
Tel: (509) 456-7106 Ext. 123
roth@snapwa.org
www.snapwa.org
The mission of the Women’s Business Center, Inland Northwest (WBC) is to increase the entrepreneurial capacities of socially and economically diverse women, and thereby strengthen the communities through the creation of sustainable new businesses, new jobs, and the promotion of financial self-sufficiency.


Washington Center for Women In Business
665 Woodland Square Loop SE, Ste 100
Lacey, WA  98503
Tel: (360) 754-6320
vwortberg@thurstonedc.com
wcwb.org
The Washington Center for Women in Business is an SBA-funded women’s business center staffed with successful women business owners who understand the unique needs of women entrepreneurs. They offer affordably priced and practical online and in-person training as well as personalized coaching to help women business owners accelerate their success from start-up to growth to market leadership.


Washington Economic Development Association
PO Box 1936
1201 Pacific Ave Suite 2100
Tacoma, WA 98401
Tel: (253) 620-6635
Fax: (253) 620-6565
info@wedaonline.org
wedaonline.org
WEDA is a state-wide, non-profit association of private businesses, economic development councils, ports, governments and others committed to enhancing the state's climate for economic development and employment opportunities in Washington state.


Washington SBDC (Small Business Development Center)
1235 N Post Street, Suite 201
Spokane, WA 99201
Tel: (509) 358-7765
Fax: (509) 358-7764
contact form
wsbdc.org
The Washington Small Business Development Center (WSBDC) is a network of business advisors, trainers, and support staff who operate from Washington State University, Western Washington University, several of the state’s community and technical colleges, and selected economic development agencies.


Washington State Department of Commerce
1011 Plum Street SE
P.O. Box 42525
Olympia, WA 98504-2525
Tel: (360) 725-4000
communications@commerce.wa.gov
commerce.wa.gov
Washington State Department of Commerce's mission is to grow and improve jobs in Washington.


Washington State Office of Minority Women's Business Enterprises (OMWBE)
210 11th Avenue SW, Suite 401
Post Office Box 41160
Olympia, WA 98504-1160
Main Tel: (360) 664-9750
Toll Free: (866) 208-1064
Fax: (360) 586-7079
omwbewebadmin@omwbe.wa.gov
omwbe.wa.gov
OMWBE's mission is to optimize and ensure equity and opportunity for small businesses owned by minorities, women, and the disadvantaged through education, certification, and outreach.


Workforce Training and Education Coordinating Board
128 10th Avenue SW
PO Box 43105
Olympia, WA 98504-3105

Tel: (360) 709-4600
Fax: (360) 586-5862
workforce@wtb.wa.gov
wtb.wa.gov
The U.S. Department of Labor is funding training to boost the skills of those who work at small and mid-sized manufacturers in most of Washington's counties.The Workforce Training and Education Coordinating Board is a partnership of labor, business and government dedicated to helping Washington state residents obtain and succeed in family-wage jobs, while meeting employers' needs for skilled workers.


Washington Women's Business Center
1437 S. Jackson Street
Seattle, WA 98144
Tel: (206) 324-4330
Fax: (206) 324-4332
christophers@seattleccd.com
wbc.seattleccd.com
The Washington Women's Business Center offers business counseling, technical assistance, and training on a wide variety of topics. Trainings are offered as individual workshops or multi-session classes.


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