The community here at Vibe is pretty dang special and, while we all contribute to building that community up, it takes a team of rockstar people who truly love the space, the people in it, and forging new connections between them so the community can thrive and grow in exceptional ways.
The Puget Sound region is renowned worldwide for being a center of innovation. More recently, it’s becoming known for its wildly understated startup scene, too. Indeed, the Puget Sound is a place where ingenuity, forward-thinking, and boldness drive people to build great things.
Satellite CTO and Cofounder Chuck Smith lives, breathes, and builds community.
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.
As we approach the one year mark of the COVID19 pandemic in the United States next month, news headlines are unequivocally confirming with urgency that which we already know: women in our communities are beyond the breaking point.
Marit Bockelie is all about community. The central DNA of her business, The Bremerton Letterpress Company, is all about connecting people through prin
The talent factor of Aljolynn Sperber is something to wrap your head around. This vibrant entrepreneur, about to launch Lady Box, her boldest venture yet, has expertise in everything from influencer marketing, SEO strategy, and crisis communications to public speaking and talent management.
There’s something both understated and dazzling about photographer Brittany Kelley. Maybe it’s because she hails from Texas (“Don’t mess with…”), or it could be that she artfully stills her mind for her craft. Or is it that she’s tall and blonde and witty, a wordsmith in her own right, who also comes across as truly steadfast when it comes to character? She’s got the right stuff, that’s for sure, in her presence and her passion.
Antonio García’s career is a global affair, embracing hometowns in Spain, the UK and now the USA. After serving as a mentor for the first cohort of the 6 Month Startup Kitsap program, Antonio is now playing a leading role behind the scenes of the second cohort which, like the first, will be housed at Vibe Coworks.
To say that the Kitsap Bank edg3 FUND competition is inspiring is an understatement. Lucky for us, the Kitsap Bank edg3 Center calls Vibe Coworks home, making it uber easy to pop in and chat with Janet Silcott to learn more about her, the edg3 FUND competition and Kitsap Bank’s larger vision for what our region’s entrepreneurial future holds.