As you plan your marketing budget, consider allocating some funds in support of well-meaning organizations in our community. Sponsoring Whatcom nonprofits in their fundraising events supports your neighbors while also bringing positive attention to your small business.
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Allies, A Specialty Boutique, has successfully completed a rigorous process to earn facility accreditation from the Board of Certification/Accreditation. The only dedicated provider of mastectomy products north of Everett, Bellingham-based Allies serves Whatcom, Skagit, Island and San Juan counties.
Laura DeWitt, a certified mastectomy fitter since 2014, helps women regain balance after breast surgery through her company, Allies Retail.
Credibility is critical in the business world. A communications strategy that ensures transparency can help build customer loyalty.
Reliable, consistent internal communication helps build trust among a team. When leaders communicate consistently, employees know what is expected of them.
There’s a new local couple at the helm of Dave’s Sports Shop in Lynden. Will and Jenn Lathrop took ownership of the shop on May 1.
The Junior Ski to Sea Race and Parade events have been canceled for 2022. However, plans are in the works for the Junior Ski to Sea Race to return in 2023.
An objective copy editor can find and fix pesky, easy-to-overlook errors in grammar, word choice, spelling and organization.
BELLINGHAM—Against the odds and bucking national trends, a dozen journalists employed at Cascadia...
As we wriggle our way out of the pandemic, here are five steps marketers can take to maximize the “new normal” ways of business.
The virtual event will be held on from 10 to 11 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 25, via Zoom. Be sure to register here and plan to bring a question or two for the panel.
Cascadia Daily News, a new Bellingham-based publication serving Northwest Washington, will begin publishing online the week of Jan. 24.
Through dedication to growth and a willingness to learn and implement new strategies, small business leaders can lift their companies to new heights.
As a business owner, you are wearing many hats. With the many skills you require, your marketing plan can occasionally lose its steam.
Obermueller, a Whatcom County native, assumed ownership of the company in late September and has been managing its affairs since then. Sue Sorensen founded the business more than a decade ago, in 2010.