The Chamber is pleased to announce theManufacturing Industrial Council for the South Sound.The manufacturing, industrial and maritime community is a key part of the South Sound economy and needs a group exclusively dedicated to its interests. This is especially true as local leaders embark on a Subarea Plan to determine the future of the Tacoma Tideflats.
The Manufacturing Industrial Council takes over the rallying cry of The Place for Jobs, which successfully built a broad-based coalition of employers, workers, educators and leaders who believe that creating and preserving jobs in the South Sound is the foundation for a prosperous region, a clean environment and a healthy, thriving community.
Open Pierce County is a data-driven dashboard intended to help the public understand and evaluate Pierce County’s progress toward strategic priority areas – Vibrant Communities, Entrepreneurial Climate, and Effective Government. The indicators and measures in this report are a combination of community-level outcome indicators and Pierce County government operational performance measures.
SPACEWORKS ALUMS OPEN SECOND STORE
Spaceworksgraduates and downtown favorites, Liz Van Dyke and Aaron Goodge, who run Stocklist Goods & Giftson Pacific Avenue, are expanding their retail work with another store, The Goods at The Museum, at Tacoma's Washington State History Museum.
The Goods at The Museum will have its grand opening Thursday, August 16th and will focus on Washington-produced items and souvenirs. FULL ARTICLE HERE
Join Spaceworks coaches to work through business basics, focus on your passion, and create an action plan to take you to the next level.
At this workshop, you will meet other entrepreneurs and people who can help and support you in every step. Participants will also learn about local resources available to entrepreneurs at any stage of business. MORE INFORMATION HERE
DON'T MISS THIS ONE-OF-KIND STEM SHOWCASE
Conceptualized by serial entrepreneur, producer, and bestselling author Randi Zuckerberg, Sue's Tech Kitchen is a STEM-fueled adventure for the mouth and mind that empowers kids to engage with tomorrow’s tech, and revolutionizes family dining in the process.
Sue's Tech Kitchen is coming to Tacoma August 24, 25, and 26th at the Historic Tacoma Armory. Visitors of all ages can enjoy 3D printed s'mores, robots controlled by candy, edible chemistry experiments, treat-delivering drones, and much more! BUY TICKETS HERE
CELEBRATE BUSINESS GROWTH
The hallmark of a strong economy is business growth and expansion.