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As the U.S. approaches the eve of presidential election night, the country does so facing many of the same instabilities and angst that faced the UK as the vote was cast in favor of a Brexit. While our two countries share some similarity in political situations, each is still unique and the outcome for America still unpredictable. As U.S. voters ready to head to the polls this November, what influences, rhetoric, and facts could impact the ultimate result? Join our local experts in a lively, engaging, and timely discussion as they explore the rollercoaster dynamics of this year’s U.S.

October 27

Seattle Info Session – October 27th

October 27 @ 10:30 am - 11:30 am

November 3, 2016

The PSAMA Pulse Awards highlight the region’s best marketing strategies, creativity, and results. This award recognizes marketers who best understood the pulse of their audience and really embraced the marketplace and its objectives. This is the only marketing awards competition of its kind in Washington. Award winners in each category are selected by professional judges. A special People’s Choice award is selected at the event as well.

Named 2016 winemaker of the year at Seattle Magazine’s Washington State Wine Awards, Gilles Nicault has served as Director of Winemaking and Viticulture at Long Shadows since its inception in 2003. Join Gilles for an extraordinary winemaker dinner featuring some of the most sought after wines in our state!

This seminar will highlight key legal and business concerns foreign companies face when expanding their business presence to Japan. The discussion will primarily focus on intellectual property, corporate, labor, and tax law concerns.This event is recommended for C-level executives, business owners, entrepreneurs, and startups with plans to establish a branch or office in Japan. Companies who have not yet developed a business plan for expansion but are interested in doing so are also encouraged to attend. 

November 6, 2016 - Doors at 5pm

Join Seattle Community Law Center at the iconic Triple Door in Seattle for LOL for SCLC, our annual comedy event in support of economic justice, hosted by Brett Hamil, host of the Seattle Process. The evening features comedy by Drew Barth, dinner by Wild Ginger, and live and silent auctions.

Nov. 7, 6:45 a.m. to 5:15 p.m.; Nov. 8, 7:15 a.m. to 4:55 p.m.

Shortly after pop star Prince died in April, it became apparent that he had no will. The same was true for deceased singers Michael Jackson, Amy Winehouse, Sonny Bono, Jimi Hendrix, Kurt Cobain, Tupac Shakur, James Brown and Bob Marley, NFL quarterback Steve McNair and Martin Luther King Jr. Even President Abraham Lincoln died without a will!This is not a good thing. And, unfortunately it's not that uncommon. According to a 2015 Rocket Lawyer survey, 64 percent of Americans don't have a will.

On September 19, the Seattle City Council unanimously passed a secure scheduling ordinance that will regulate how large retail stores and food-service employers schedule workers working in Seattle. The ordinance will become effective on July 1, 2017.

November 15, 2016 5:30PM - 7:30PM

The Seattle Business Architecture Community (SBAC) is pleased to host a special 2 hour workshop on business model design geared primarily for practitioners or consumers of business architecture. The first 1/2 hour will consist of a light potluck and networking followed by a 90 minutes of lecture and hands on exercises.

November 16, 2016

In this 1-day workshop, you will gain a deep understanding of user experience, by learning the neurochemical factors that shape users’ responses to interactive design and marketing.
Scientific and practical
Though plain-language presentations, visuals and hands-on exercises, you will learn how your users’ neurochemistry shapes their emotions, motivation, cognitive understanding, and behavior.
Manage users’ emotions
We will teach you how the brain motivates users through its neurochemical reward and punishment system.