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Vancouver WA 98661

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  • 24 July 2014 - Photos from Wednesday night's Top Projects Reception & Awards Presentation at Block 56 in downtown Vancouver. Photos courtesy Aevum Images.

    2014 Top Projects Reception & Awards Presentation
    Photos from Wednesday night's Top Projects Reception & Awards Presentation at Block 56 in downtown Vancouver. Photos courtesy Aevum Images.> <>
  • 23 July 2014 - Podcast: Henry Schuck, CEO of DiscoverOrg, shared some exciting news about what's next for his growing company.

    Vancouver Business Journal - Let's Talk: DiscoverOrg's Henry Schuck talks business (Podcast)
    In Let’s Talk, we go in-depth with an executive or owner of a local company or organization.> <>
  • 22 July 2014 - We asked the experts: Should local employers invest in training for existing employees?

    Workforce Development: A return to personnel investment
    It is a common reaction to economic downturn: companies understandably tighten their budgets; non-essential or slow-to-return investments get nixed pretty quickly. During the Great Recession, this was the case not only in Southwest Washington, but throughout much of the nation, as investing in a company’s most valuable asset – their employees – fell victim to the reigning in of purse strings.> <>
  • 21 July 2014 - Want your business to be involved with WSU Vancouver's successful MAP program? It's not too late.

    Vancouver Business Journal - More businesses helped by WSU Vancouver program
    Since 2011, more than 100 small businesses in the Vancouver area have received customized financial, market and organizational analysis, with growth action plans, completely free.Washington State University Vancouver’s Carson College of Business offers business owners this service through the Business Growth Mentor and Analysis Program, known as MAP.> <>
  • 16 July 2014 - Clark College announced today plans to relocate its Gorge facility into a new, larger space.

    Vancouver Business Journal - Aerospace grant to fuel expansion of Clark College
    On Wednesday afternoon, the college announced plans to move its Wind River Education Center in Carson, WA to a new, larger facility in Bingen, WA. The exact location of the new building is still being negotiated, the school said.> <>
  • 11 July 2014 - Banfield Pet Hospital isn't waiting until their new corporate digs are complete in Vancouver to get to work in the local community. 18 associates from the company volunteered on Thursday to help prep for the Humane Society for Southwest Washington's brand new “Freedom Fence” -- a new off-leash area for shelter dogs to enjoy.

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  • 11 July 2014 - Want a break from the LeBron reports? Read why a local health alliance may be a major player in the state's new care plan

    Vancouver Business Journal - Local alliance ready to shape state health care reforms
    Backed by local industry leaders, members of the Southwest Washington Regional Health Alliance (RHA) say their work in the coming months will help define health care reforms in Clark County and across the state for years to come.> <>
  • 9 July 2014 - Buyers lined up in front of Main Street Marijuana in Vancouver today as the first licensed pot shops opened for business.

    Vancouver Business Journal - Legal marijuana sales underway in Washington state
    A year and a half after voters legalized recreational marijuana in Washington state, the first few licensed pot shops opened for business on Tuesday.> <>
  • 8 July 2014 - What gives SW WA a leg up in innovation? There's no single factor, experts say...

    Vancouver Business Journal - Southwest Washington’s Innovation Advantage
    What enables Southwest Washington to attract innovation giants such as Hewlett Packard and SEH America, as well as a growing number of smaller tech firms such as Gravitate, nLight and video game technology provider GarageGames LLC – not to mention firms that are enabled by advances in technology, such as Sigma Design?> <>
  • 4 July 2014 - A new affordable housing apartment complex will break ground in downtown Vancouver next week.

    Vancouver Business Journal - New apartment complex breaking ground in downtown Vancouver
    Portland-based DBG Properties LLC will break ground next week on a new $17.4 million affordable housing complex in downtown Vancouver. Located at the southwest corner of 15th and Columbia streets, the 120-unit complex will be known as the 15 West Apartments. Once finished, it will house families ear…> <>
  • 2 July 2014 - The VBJ has learned that Cafe Yumm! is coming to E Vancouver. Read more in our story about development along 192nd Ave.

    Vancouver Business Journal - 192nd Avenue is “the hottest road out there”
    With new projects in the pipeline, growth of east Vancouver corridor showing no signs of slowing down> <>
  • 1 July 2014 - We'd like to know more about our readers' preferences when it comes to local news. Please take a few moments to fill out the attached survey. Thank you!

    Vancouver Business Journal Reader Survey
    Thank you for participating in this reader survey. Understanding how you access local business news about southwest Washington will help us provide you with the best business news coverage available.> <>
  • 30 June 2014 - What does Commissioner Barnes think about the county's fee waiver program? He talked about that, and other things, in this short Q&A.

    Vancouver Business Journal - Q&A: Commissioner Barnes talks business
    We recently sat down with newly-appointed Clark County Commissioner Ed Barnes to get his take on the growth of local business, the county’s fee waiver program and future opportunities for job creation in Southwest Washington.> <>
  • 27 June 2014 - Only in the VBJ: Clark College may launch new restaurant/brewing center at The Academy in downtown Vancouver.

    Vancouver Business Journal - Clark College exploring new restaurant and fermentation science program
    Current proposal includes $15 million acquisition and renovation of two Academy buildings> <>
  • 26 June 2014 - In this week's business spotlight, discover Riding High USA - a Brush Prairie company that's all about rodeo clothing.

    Vancouver Business Journal - Riding high on success
    From rodeo queens to country music stars, Brush Prairie’s Riding High USA creates wearable works of art> <>
  • 26 June 2014 - Worried about missing work tomorrow so that you can catch the big #WorldCup match? Here's a note to your boss so you can skip work, courtesy U.S. Soccer.

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  • 24 June 2014 - More patients now quality for Medicaid, but fewer care providers will see them due to low reimbursement rates.

    Vancouver Business Journal - Medicaid reimbursement rates challenge Clark County’s healthcare system
    A surge of new Medicaid subscribers triggered by the rollout of the Affordable Care Act is sending shock waves through Clark County’s healthcare system. Hospitals, clinics and primary care doctors are trying to figure out how to take on more low-income patients covered by the expanded federal Medicaid program while remaining financially solvent.> <>
  • 20 June 2014 - Looking to shore up your summer plans with some local events? Our sister publication, North Bank Now, has you covered. Get out there and enjoy the sun!

    Summer in Vancouver | North Bank Now
    Vancouver is splashing into the summer with a full line-up of events—there’s something to do every weekend from now until September (and on many weekdays, too!).> <>
  • 20 June 2014 - BHP Billiton & the Port of Vancouver have opted to let an exclusivity agreement at Terminal 5 expire. The site will now be marketed to potential customers.

    Vancouver Business Journal - Port allows BHP Billiton’s exclusivity agreement to expire
    The Port of Vancouver USA and BHP Billiton have agreed to let an exclusivity agreement lapse for the lease of the port’s Terminal 5 for a potash export facility. The agreement was originally executed in August 2010, and the port anticipated a final lease by the end of 2012. However, continued changes in the development of BHP Billiton's Jansen Potash Project in Saskatchewan, Canada have slowed work on the facility – the exclusivity agreement was extended seven times. BHP Billiton’s current timeline would be to start construction in 2017, and be operational in 2019.> <>
  • 18 June 2014 - What can your business do to prevent tax fraud? The experts weigh in.

    Vancouver Business Journal - Businesses can help prevent tax fraud
    No matter the industry, two of any company’s most precious assets are its employees’ personally identifiable information (PII) and its reputation. The recent surge in identity theft and tax fraud put both at risk.> <>

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