Monthly Archives: May 2005

Tri-Cities Described as “Mature” Technology Community; More Private Investment, Start-Ups Could Spark Growth

WTC’s 2005 Index of Innovation & Technology shows Tri-Cities rates high in technology employment; region could benefit from more equity capital and new company creation. Seattle, Wash. – May 26, 2005 – The Tri-Cities is a major regional player in … Continue reading

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Wenatchee’s Technology Future Lies in Local Resources

WTC’s 2005 Index of Innovation & Technology shows that strengths in new company formation and private equity could mean the North Central region is poised for growth. Seattle, Wash. – May 24, 2005 – In business, good connections are everything. … Continue reading

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Olympia’s Technology Niche Lies in Government Innovation

WTC’s 2005 Index of Innovation & Technology report shows Olympia rebounding from recession; regional strengths lie in support services for technology versus R&D. Seattle – May 12, 2005 – Olympia, Washington may never been a hotbed for technology, but the … Continue reading

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Strengths in Company Formation, Innovation & Investment Are Leading Indicators of Spokane’s Technology Economy Potential

WTC’s 2005 Index of Innovation & Technology report shows Spokane ranked high in start-ups, private placements, housing affordability and workforce skills. Seattle – May 9, 2005 – Technology companies looking for a place to call home should seriously consider Spokane, … Continue reading

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2005 Washington Technology Summit to become annual forum for addressing statewide industry economic growth potential

Washington Technology Center hosted the first statewide summit for Washington focused on technology and innovation on April 8, 2005 in Seattle. The Washington Technology Summit attracted more than 450 industry, academic and government leaders from across the state to discuss … Continue reading

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