Bellevue College Students Akoto, Gonzalez and Tuttle Make All-Washington Academic Team

All-Washington Academic Team Features Three Earning Degrees at Bellevue College Three BC students, Brenda Akoto, Alberto Gonzalez and Casey Tuttle have made the 2018 All-Washington Academic Team, and will be honored at a ceremony Thursday, March 22, at South Puget Sound Community College, in Olympia. Washington Secretary of State Kim Wyman will be the keynote… Continue Reading

Armando Almeida Joins Tupl Board of Directors

Tupl Adds Portugal’s Armando Almeida to Board Bellevue-based Tupl, Inc. today announced that Armando Almeida has joined the company’s Board of Directors. Armando brings over 30 years of international executive leadership experience in the Communications and IT industries. He offers vast knowledge and experience within Corporate, Enterprise, SMB and Consumer sectors, has participated in various… Continue Reading

Bellevue FASTSIGNS Once Again Recognized as a Top Franchise in the Country

Bellevue FASTSIGNS Franchise Earns Pinnacle Club Award at National Convention FASTSIGNS of Bellevue, a local sign and visual graphics provider, was recognized as a top performing center at the 2018 FASTSIGNS Convention recently held in Houston, Texas.  Owned by Rochelle and Scott Juetten, FASTSIGNS of Bellevue received the Pinnacle Club Award, which is given to… Continue Reading

Expedia Now Selling Event Tickets at Expedia.com

Bellevue-based Expedia Seeks Additional Revenue Thru Event Ticket Sales Bellevue’s Expedia.com, whose headquarters will soon be moving across the bridge to Seattle, recently announced the addition of Event Tickets. The new service brings millions of tickets for more than 95,000 concerts and theater and sporting events to Continue Reading

Call to Artists for 2018 Bellevue Festival of the Arts

2018 Bellevue Festival of the Arts announces March 1st as application deadline, inviting fine artists and craftspeople to apply at Bellevuefest.org  It’s been one of the Eastside’s most heralded events for 34 years, and now The 2018 Bellevue Festival of the Arts returns once more on July 27-29, 2018 in downtown Bellevue during its acclaimed… Continue Reading

T-Mobile Begins Use of Tupl AI Technology

Tupl Seeks to Become the Standard in AI for Networking Operations Bellevue-based Tupl,  working on automating wireless network operations, just announced that Bellevue-based T-Mobile has deployed its Automated Customer Care Resolution (ACCR) tool. Tupl’s platform uses Artificial Intelligence (AI) to resolve technically complex and time-consuming issues.  Continue Reading

Former Seahawk Attorney Richard Leigh Named to Bellevue College Board of Trustees

Richard Leigh Newest Trustee for Bellevue College Bellevue College (BC) recently announced that Governor Jay Inslee has appointed Richard Leigh to its board of trustees. The six-member board’s duties include setting the college’s strategic direction, establishing policy for the college, and approving budgets. Leigh currently acts as general counsel for SEIU 775 Benefits Group, a… Continue Reading

Get in the Digital Marketing Game as a Small Business

This day and age online marketing is vital for small business. Staying competitive is rarely easy. You need tried and true tactics that will make the most of your limited time and attention. Here are a few tips to get you started.      Start with your website. You should already have a website up and… Continue Reading

Michael Cooney Named One of the Nation’s Top 100 Bank Advisors

Raymond James Financial Services, Inc. and Addison Avenue Investment Services, the investment services division of First Tech Federal Credit Union, are pleased to announce that financial advisor Michael Cooney, CRPC was named 26th on the prestigious list of 100 that was revealed on December 6, 2017. “It has been a great 13 years at First… Continue Reading

World Ski and Snowboard Festival 2018: What’s Hot, New, and Making a Comeback

World Ski and Snowboard Festival 2018: What’s Hot, New, and Making a Comeback

Six jam-packed days of snow sports, music, arts, and mountain culture coming together April 10-15, 2018 WHISTLER – The story of the season is set. It’s been one of epic storms and deep powder days, and as we continue to get amongst it and enjoy every day on the slopes, we begin to prepare for… Continue Reading