One of the things we love most about our region is the inspiring spirit of innovation, entrepreneurship, and community that is ubiquitous throughout the sound. Every day we meet more and more people who are transforming the world we all live in, in their own unique way.
Ever heard someone say that the people here at Vibe are the coworkers they’ve always wanted? It’s true!
The season of giving is upon us! After the past year-plus of craziness, there’s never been a better time to reach out to those around us, show each other we care, and support one another and support the small businesses and organizations that make up our local communities.
If you’ve been around Vibe much over the last five months, you’ve surely crossed paths with Brittany Corona.
Sam Jones, Founder and CEO of Proworks Enterprises, radiates an inspiring blend of “can do” attitude, casual friendliness, and unflappable confidence that simply pulls people in.
Here’s the thing about supporting local: sometimes people really don’t know where to start. Or they think they do, but they’re not actually supporting local business and startups in the way that could be most impactful to that company’s growth and long term success.
I did a thing last month: I stepped on a plane, flew across the country, and attended an industry conference for the first time in two years.
This week, the Pacific Northwest B Corp community gathered together to celebrate business as a force for good.
It’s a big day here at Vibe Coworks. Please join us in welcoming about Leah Persinger as our new Community Manager!
When the CDC announced on May 13th that “fully vaccinated individuals no longer need to wear masks or physically distance in any setting, except where required by federal, state, local, tribal, or territorial laws, rules, and regulations, including local business and workplace guidance,” it threw us all for a loop.
During quarantine this past spring the only person that Logan Westrom could photograph was himself, so he set up his tripod and camera.