Issaquah Chamber of Commerce seeks business, nonprofit innovators
January 31, 2012
Issaquah businesses and nonprofit organizations continue to innovate, despite a tough economy and other challenges.
In order to recognize local entrepreneurs’ accomplishments, the Issaquah Chamber of Commerce is seeking nominees for the Innovation in Issaquah contest, a showcase for local businesses offering unique services. Honorees demonstrate innovation in product development, services, systems or strategies.
The chamber launched the program last year. The initial honorees included Democracy Live, Restorix Health, Applied Precision and the nonprofit Eastside Baby Corner.
Nominate a business or nonprofit for the honor at www.issaquahchamber.com/form/innovation-in-issaquah by 5 p.m. Feb. 6.
Chamber leaders plan to recognize the 2012 honorees at a Feb. 22 luncheon.