Issue

May 2019

From this Issue

A classic midcentury-modern in Magnolia, and 21st-century mods in Madison Park and Kirkland

The sector faces challenges as it increasingly evolves

Proposed I-5 lid seeks to bridge downtown Seattle’s freeway chasm

Executive confessions with the general manager of Slalom

The owner of Jamie Joseph Jewelry specializes in working with gemstones: 'the heirlooms and geological legacy of this planet'

Jenny Knapp-Parce, left, calls Laura MacNeil a "fearless" leader and good friend.

Four women discuss the importance of mentors and sponsors and how their relationships have influenced their careers

'Women can speak up for themselves, yes, but they can also speak up for each other, for folks of color, for folks with different life situations than their own, to help everyone create a more inclusive workplace'

Persona CEO Jason Brown is banking on a powerful algorithm to propel the dietary-supplements company forward.

The company taps technology to bring vitamins to the masses

Washington’s crop is pumping big money into the economy after years of decreased production

The company, which employs 270 people, was founded by Bill Hansen and Scott Peterson and is still owned by the duo, along with a group of other investors

Amazon Go in Seattle

The Seattle-based company operates 652 physical locations and venues

Pasco, Washington

An ambitious project aims to draw visitors and investment to Pasco

McConnell has been involved in creating some of Seattle's iconic buildings

Women entrepreneurs have ideas. What they don’t have is funding

Tom McLaughlin of CAMPS

Congratulations to Tom McLaughlin, executive director of Center for Advanced Manufacturing Puget Sound (CAMPS) and Loren Lyon, president of Lyon Enterprises and former president and center director of Impact Washington

President of Mukilteo's King Machine, Keith Mehus

Gold: King Machine LLC, Mukilteo; Silver: Aspen Power Catamarans, Burlington

Gold: Safe Boats International LLC, Bremerton; Silver: Cedar Grove Composting Inc., Seattle

Dave Green, president and CEO, left, and Adam Foy, vice president of business development, are transforming grain into expanding sales at Skagit Valley Malting.

Gold: Skagit Valley Malting LLC, Burlington; Silver: Pasco Processing LLC, Pasco

Tool Gauge CEO, Debbie Lee

The CEO of Tool Gauge is this year's Manufacturing Executive of the Year for large companies category

TOOLS. President and CEO Richard Bogert takes pride in the Bogert Group team’s ability to develop “meaningfully unique” products.

Gold: Bogert Manufacturing Inc., Pasco; Silver: Techni-Grip, Tacoma

President of Western Industrial Tooling Inc., Tom Miller

The president of Western Industrial Tooling Inc. is this year's Manufacturing Executive of the Year for small companies category