- 23 April 2014 - Don't forget! Tomorrow we're hosting the annual Business Growth Awards. If you still need to purchase a ticket, visit http://www.vbjusa.com/datebook-events/events/business-growth-awards18
Vancouver Business Journal - Business Growth Awards
The Vancouver Business Journal is for business owners and executives located in the southwest Washington region – and for those who want to do business with them. Chronicling the region for nearly two decades the Vancouver Business Journal provides regional business news around product innovations,…
- 22 April 2014 - Our latest "20 Years of the VBJ" feature takes us back to 1995 and a very familiar debate: Light rail in Southwest Washington.
Vancouver Business Journal - 20 years of the VBJ: Debating light rail in the 90s
Clark County planners are moving rapidly ahead with their vision of light rail service between Portland and Vancouver. They anticipate a transit system that will improve air quality, relieve traffic jams and enhance the caliber of life north of the river. The light rail they have in mind is a proposed extension of Portland's MAX system between Clackamas TownCenter in Oregon and 99th Street in Hazel Dell. Next month, Clark County voters will add their voices to the discussion as they go to the polls February 7th to approve sales and excise taxes that will finance the project.
- 21 April 2014 - Here's a screenshot of the Multimedia Book of Lists that is currently under development by seniors at Washington State University Vancouver. Look for it this spring!
We're very excited to share this screenshot of what we have so far! Expect the finished product later this spring.
- 21 April 2014 - JUST IN: Identity Clark County has appointed former elected official John McKibbin as president of the organization.
- 18 April 2014 - Have you noticed the building renovation near Esther Short Park? Here's an update on what's going on.
Vancouver Business Journal - Esther Short Building renovation brings 60 jobs downtown
Remodel plans for downtown Vancouver's Esther Short Building are underway and promise to bring new life to a building the city had been renting out since 2002. West Park Partners LLC purchased the building for $5 million in March. Five local professional firms and a community foundation will jointly take ownership of the building, bringing 60 jobs to the downtown area. One of the firms involved in the purchase is David Copenhaver’s White Stone Development. Copenhaver, who also owns West Park Partners and has been in the development business for 27 years, thinks the deal will continue to pave the way for an up-and-coming downtown.
- 16 April 2014 -
Vancouver Business Journal & WSU Vancouver seniors are creating a Multimedia Book of Lists! Check out this introduction to the project:
- 14 April 2014 - How well do you know your fellow business owners? This week we're getting Up Close with Tonya Rulli, owner of the Law Office of Tonya Rulli.
Vancouver Business Journal - Tonya Rulli
Current job: Owner of Law Office of Tonya Rulli, specializing in criminal defense and family law.
- 10 April 2014 - Today we're shining the spotlight on a rapidly growing local firm, Fuel Medical Group, ahead of their move to downtown Camas.
Vancouver Business Journal - Meteoric Rise Fuels Expansion
Brendan Ford and Shawn Parker are no strangers to creating highly successful companies. Their experience took Sonus USA Inc.’s franchise model from 0 to 700 clinics seemingly overnight. Ford brought Audigy from its inception to the Inc. Magazine Fortune 500 list in just four years. Compiling their c...
- 8 April 2014 - Riverview Community Bank has announced that the formal agreement with the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency has been lifted.
Vancouver Business Journal - Riverview announces lifting of formal agreement with OCC
The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) has lifted its formal agreement with Vancouver-based Riverview Community Bank, immediately ending regulatory restrictions that were contained in the agreement.
- 8 April 2014 - Introducing the 2014 Business Growth Awards finalists! Congratulations to all!
Vancouver Business Journal - Business Growth Award finalists announced
14 businesses have been named finalists for the Vancouver Business Journal's 2014 Business Growth Awards, presented by Riverview Community Bank and Davidson & Assoc. Insurance. The annual awards program recognizes business growth and innovation based on performance in the previous calendar year.
- 7 April 2014 - Our managing editor has some exciting news to share! The VBJ family just got a little bit bigger.
Vancouver Business Journal - Accomplished & Under 4… Days
I’m writing this column just four days after leaving the hospital with my wife, Jessica.
- 20 March 2014 - All aboard! American Queen Steamboat Company is opening a local office & bringing the largest riverboat west of the Mississippi to Vancouver.
Vancouver Business Journal - Excursion company bringing riverboat, regional office to Vancouver
The American Queen Steamboat Company (AQSC), a Memphis-based excursion/tour company, announced Thursday that its 223-guest riverboat, the American Empress, will make Vancouver her home port. Additionally, the company will open a Pacific Northwest office at the Port of Vancouver.
- 20 March 2014 - Paul Montague has resigned as president of Identity Clark County, the business advocacy group announced today.
Vancouver Business Journal - Montague resigns as president of Identity Clark County
Identity Clark County (ICC), a nonprofit business advocacy group, announced Thursday that it will begin the search for a new president following the resignation of Paul Montague.
- 18 March 2014 - It may not be top of mind when thinking about industries that are growing in Southwest Washington, but Clark County's fashion scene has much to offer.
Vancouver Business Journal - Southwest Washington’s growing fashion industry
When you start asking questions about Southwest Washington’s fashion industry, the first response is often something like, “What fashion industry?” But there is such a thing here, and it’s growing. The advantages that draw other industries here have the same attraction for apparel designers and manu...
- 17 March 2014 - "And who doesn't like a dinosaur walking through their yard?” Here's the print article to go along with our Mossy Tortoise video we shared last week.
Vancouver Business Journal - Made in Vancouver: Cozy costumes for your pet tortoise
Tortoises and sweaters – it doesn’t exactly sound like a match made in heaven, but for Vancouver resident Katie Bradley, it is the winning combination behind her growing small business. To be fair, Bradley’s creations aren’t exactly what she would call sweaters; they’re more like little costumes–sp...
- 14 March 2014 - ICYMI: Stuart gets Ridgefield gig, Mielke thinks next commish will come from the 49th.
Vancouver Business Journal - City of Ridgefield names Steve Stuart as new city manager
The Ridgefield City Council unanimously approved an employment agreement on Thursday night with Clark County Commissioner Steve Stuart to become Ridgefield’s next city manager. His first day with the city will be on April 14.
- 14 March 2014 - Our editor captured this shot along the banks of the Columbia near Beaches Restaurant and Bar last night. Can't beat the beauty of the NW!
- 13 March 2014 - David Madore may have passed the leadership baton at US Digital, but the company is showing no signs of slowing down.
Vancouver Business Journal - US Digital prepares for sea change in manufacturing technology
People talk about the industrial revolution as if it is something that happened in the past. But according to Bob Willoughby, president at Vancouver-based manufacturer US Digital, the industrial revolution is still going on, at a pace that rivals any other previous era – and US Digital is positioned...
- 13 March 2014 - We get "Up Close" with the one and only Dan Wyatt, owner of downtown Vancouver's The Kiggins Theatre.
Vancouver Business Journal - Up Close with Dan Wyatt
Current job: Captain of the S.S. Kiggins (aka owner of Kiggins Theatre). She’s a fine ship, come aboard.
- 12 March 2014 - In today's Meet Your Neighbors video, get to know the Vancouver woman growing her small business (Mossy Tortoise) -- one turtle "cozie" at a time.
Vancouver Business Journal - Meet Your Neighbors: Katie Bradley, Mossy Tortoise (VIDEO)
We sat down with Vancouver resident Katie Bradley, whose crocheted creations have taken the Internet by storm. Through her Etsy page “Mossy Tortoise,” Bradley sells handmade outfits for pet tortoises.
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