Posts Tagged ‘GWATA’

GWATA Taking Nominations Til Friday For 2018 Innovator Awards

Do you know an innovative entrepreneur or business in North Central Washington? GWATA, the Greater Wenatchee Area Technology Alliance, is looking for 2018 Innovator Award Nominations. You can help recognize and honor local innovators for their 18th Annual Innovator Awards Luncheon. GWATA’s Executive Director Jenny Rojanasthien told KOHO they are seeking nominations for five award categories are:…

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Seattle App-Developer Subsplash Starts Hiring For New Pybus Annex Office

The Port of Chelan County approved a lease with a Seattle-based technology development company, Subsplash, to lease the Port’s business incubator at the Pybus Public Market. Subsplash’s lease of the upstairs of the annex at Pybus – about 2,000 square feet – starts July 1 and expires at the end of 2019. Subsplash Founder and…

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Local Student’s Tech Skills On Display At STEM Showcase Tomorrow At Pybus

Students and teachers from 10 schools in North Central Washington will be showcasing their projects during the 2018 NCW Tech and STEM Showcase. Lead by GWATA and presented by Giga Watt, the showcase is at the Pybus Public Market tomorrow, Saturday, May 19, from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. GWATA’s Executive Director Jenny Rojanasthien joins Dan…

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Flywheel Investment Conference Bringing Tech Business Spring-Board To NCW

GWATA – the Greater Wenatchee Area Technology Alliance – is hosting the Flywheel Investment Conference, an annual one-day conference on Thursday, April 19 at the Stanley Civic Center. Jenny Rojanasthien, GWATA’s Executive Director, told KOHO the Flywheel Investment Conference is an opportunity for angel investors, venture capital and private equity firms, entrepreneurs, startups and community members to come together to…

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Deadline Tomorrow For Local Businesses To Sign Up For Flywheel Investment Conference

GWATA – the Greater Wenatchee Area Technology Alliance – is hosting the Flywheel Investment Conference, an annual one-day conference on Thursday, April 19 at the Stanley Civic Center.   Jenny Rojanasthien, GWATA’s Executive Director, told KOHO the Flywheel Investment Conference is an opportunity for angel investors, venture capital and private equity firms, entrepreneurs, startups and community members to come together…

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GWATA Seeks Small Businesses, Entrepreneurs For Flywheel Investment Conference

GWATA – the Greater Wenatchee Area Technology Alliance – is hosting the Flywheel Investment Conference, an annual one-day conference on Thursday, April 19 at the Stanley Civic Center.   Jenny Rojanasthien, GWATA’s Executive Director, told KOHO the Flywheel Investment Conference is an opportunity for angel investors, venture capital and private equity firms, entrepreneurs, startups and community members…

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Local Technology Alliance Membership Grows, Hosting Tech Company Panel

Jenny Rojanasthien, Executive Director of GWATA (Greater Wenatchee Area Technology Alliance), swings by the KOHO studios to talk about how their membership has grown the last few years, next week’s entrepreneurial panel feature local tech companies, Tech Talk Feb. 1 and a members-only discussion on digital media literacy and fake news. Learn more about these…

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Saturday’s Mini Maker Faire to Showcase Region’s Tech, Art, Innovation

The third annual Wenatchee Mini Maker Faire is coming up this Saturday at the downtown Convention Center. It’s a gathering of curious people who enjoy learning and who love sharing what they can do. From engineers to artists to scientists to crafters, Maker Faire is a venue for these “makers” to show hobbies, experiments, projects.…

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Annual Mini Maker Faire Looking for ‘Makers’ Across Wenatchee Valley

The third annual Wenatchee Mini Maker Faire is coming up Saturday, Oct. 21 at the downtown Convention Center. It’s a gathering of curious people who enjoy learning and who love sharing what they can do. From engineers to artists to scientists to crafters, Maker Faire is a venue for these “makers” to show hobbies, experiments,…

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