Redmond’s thinkspace named finalist for King County Small Business Award

King County Executive Dow Constantine — in partnership with award sponsors KeyBank, Microsoft Corp., the Workforce Development Council of Seattle-King County, enterpriseSeattle and the Small Business Partners for Prosperity — has named 21 finalists in seven categories for the second annual King County Executive’s Small Business Awards.

Redmond’s thinkspace is one of the Workforce Development Small Business of the Year Finalists with Kona Kai Coffee Company (Kent) and Minerva Organics DBA Thrive (Seattle).

“Last year’s awards were a great way to introduce people to our diverse local economy, and this year’s awards will be even better as we showcase how small businesses create jobs in our region,” said Executive Constantine.

In all, 130 nominations were received from 42 Award Partners — chambers of commerce, cities and business organizations across the county. More than 250 representatives from throughout the county are expected to be in attendance when the winners are announced at the awards program from 7:15-9 a.m. Oct. 10 at the Meydenbauer Center in Bellevue.


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