Every business needs an advantage. Award recognition allows you to distinguish your company from competitors and increase your exposure by highlighting accomplishments or contributions to the community.
Get the recognition you deserve, by nominating yourself, deserving company, or individual, for the Spotlight on Business or New Tacoma Awards. Deadline to nominate is Friday, June 1st!MORE INFORMATION HERE
24 HOURS WITH TOM
What does an average day in the life of Chamber President & CEO Tom Pierson look like? Take a peek inside a day in the life of Tom to find out how he is working every day to make the South Sound the best place to do business in Washington State!
Grow your creative business with Spaceworks Incubator. This training and coaching program for Tacoma entrepreneurs provides relevant and meaningful small business training, technical assistance, workshops, and peer-to-peer support.
Camo2Commerceoffers several different employment and training programs for transitioning service members and active duty spouses including the WorkEx program.
Veteran friendly companies can apply to host service members and spouses for an 8 week program. A successful WorkEx experience could lead to further support of a compensated on-the-job training for the service member or spouse.
Last week the Tacoma Public Utility Board voted 5-0 to appoint Jackie Flowers as the new Director. Flowers, who comes from Idaho Falls Power, will be the first woman to permanently hold the director position at TPU if City Council confirms her appointment.
The Chamber team is committed to improving the south sound community through business training, advocacy, workforce development, and more.
We are looking for individuals to join our dynamic team. Visit theChamber's Careers Pagefor all positions available.
TACOMA ON TRACK TO BE NEW TECH HUB
After much fanfare following the recent Head Tax debate, Tacoma has emerged as a suitable community to step up as the next tech hub. With tech giant Infoblox already growing its local footprint, and UWT filtering graduates into the tech sector, companies should take notice of the potential here in the South Sound.