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Otak, Inc., an award-winning engineering, urban design, architecture and planning firm, announced recently that John Velimesis, Jeff Gray, Eva Ho and Joe Schober have joined the firm and will be working out of its Redmond office.
MediaAlpha ranked 13th fastest growing company in North America on Deloitte’s 2015 Technology Fast 500
Redmond’s MediaAlpha, an advertising technology company that develops programmatic advertising platforms for vertical search media, is ranked 13th on the Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500, a ranking of the 500 fastest growing technology, media, telecommunications, life sciences and energy tech companies in North America.
Redmond’s DrinkSpace has signed an agreement with The Renegade Wine Co. of Walla Walla. The agency for boutique alcohol beverage producers was founded by wine industry veteran Thomas Vogele, formerly of Michael Mondavi’s FOLIO Fine Wine Partners, and marketing/advertising veteran Steve Reed.
Redmond’s EndoGastric Solutions (EGS), a leader in incisionless procedural therapy for gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), announced that industry veteran Michael K. Burke has been named chief financial officer. Burke is a seasoned financial executive with more than 30 years of experience.
Redmond’s Global Inflight Products (G.I.P.) recently won the Best of Show again at the airline industry’s premier event APEX-IFSA EXPO 2015 at Portland’s Convention Center.
Redmond’s Fleetzen, the same-day delivery service for oversized items, and McLendon Hardware are teaming up to reduce some of the hassle and expense of the Christmas holiday.
ABODA, a corporate housing firm, has consolidated its operations from several buildings in Redmond to a sole headquarters in Woodinville.
Frontier Communications announced 2FASTSM symmetrical broadband with equal upload and download speed is now available to business customers across the company’s FiOS footprint in northwestern Washington.
Comcast Business announced a substantial network expansion to the Redmond-Woodinville business district, bringing a full range of Ethernet services to nearly 100 businesses in the 150th-170th block of Woodinville/Redmond Road.
Moving across the country for a new job with one’s family can be a stressful and sometimes chaotic experience, but ABODA, Redmond's corporate housing firm and one of the industry’s largest, launches a new communication platform to help make its guests “feel right at home.”
Redmond's DrinkSpace announced it has appointed Chris Zehner as national sales manager for the organization.
The owners of the Mayuri Family of Food businesses, a leader in specialty foods in the Seattle area, have closed their popular Bellevue restaurant and moved to a freestanding building a few blocks away at 2115 Bel-Red Road in Redmond.
After nine years, Diggs & Dwellings is leaving its Redmond location in late October. While a new location is being determined, owner Sandy Nakatsu will continue to support its Eastside clients’ custom furnishing and interior design needs via in-home consultations. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Iron Tribe Fitness Redmond has hired Earl Hatcher as their new general manager and lead coach.
OneRedmond has announced the new addition to their office in support of Redmond's small businesses.
Edward Jones financial adviser Suzy Burke-Myers of Redmond has been invited to attend Barron's top women advisers summit to be held in Palm Beach, Fla. Dec. 2-4.
David de Young of Redmond Business Showcase (RBS), left, hands off a $4,500 check to Jeff Nomura, interim executive director of Little Bit Therapeutic Riding Center, at last Friday's meeting at the Fairwinds Redmond Retirement Center. Also pictured is Little Bit board member Sally Gregg.
Judith Robinson of the Kiddie Academy of Redmond was recently honored with the Teacher of the Year award by Kiddie Academy, a national leader in educational childcare.
On the corner of Redmond Way and Leary Way, business is booming for Minuteman Press of Redmond. Under new ownership since November 2013, the franchise known for its green and orange signage and ability to print everything from banners to brochures has tripled its business in less than 18 months.
“Chase adventure” promises one of the brochures for Bicycle Adventures. Widely regarded as the premiere bicycle tourism company in North America, Bicycle Adventures strives to live up to that expectation. They promise customers the opportunity to explore the world through the eyes of a cyclist.