Send us a picture that captures the spirit of your company

 
 

Take a picture that says something significant about your company and post it with a 75-word description of why you think your company is great. In three weeks we will choose the best entry and publish it in the magazine and on our website. The picture can be of your office, an important product, an employee who has made a great contribution, a customer or some significant activity at your workplace that's important to your company.

 
For example: I think Seattle Business magazine is great because we get to cover some of the most creative people in the world running some of the smartest businesses ever created. In this picture I am moderating a discussion among technology leaders as they select the winners of our Tech Impact Awards. We had a lively debate that included both the economic success of particular tech companies in our region as well as the social value they provide. Our coverage of the winners is here. We celebrated the winners at a great event on the Sky Bridge of the Washington Convention Center overlooking the city. Rich Barton, who helped found Expedia and Zillow, gave the keynote speech in which he compared the difficult journey a startup company must take to Dorothy's journey in the Wizard of Oz.

Tech Diversity Champions

Tech Diversity Champions

News from WTIA
 
 

The Seattle area faces a severe shortage of qualified coders. One way local organizations such as the Washington Technology Industry Association are addressing that shortage is by helping to train women, minorities and veterans currently underrepresented in the region’s technology workforce. To use the interactive graphic pictured here, use this link.