Business news — Jan. 8, 2020

  • Wednesday, January 8, 2020 1:30am
  • Business

Jamestown EDA offers free ‘Bootstrap’ course

The Jamestown S’Klallam Economic Development Authority hosts a free Bootstrap Business Plan Course, set for 4-6 p.m. on four Wednesdays this month at 257 Business Park Loop in Carlsborg.

Learn to apply basic business concepts to “kick the tires” on a new business idea in this course, including one-on-one homework assistance with a Bootstrap Business Advisor.

See www.cie-nw.org/new-events/ 2020/01/08/sequim-bootstrap-business-plan-course.

For more information, call 206-919-6995 or email to rick.dickinson@cie-nw.org.

WeDo Fudge sets seasonal closure

WeDo Fudge, 11 Valley Center Place, is closing for the winter and early spring, setting their reopening for Friday, May 1. Hours will be noon-5 p.m. Wednesday through Friday, and noon-3 p.m. on Saturdays.

During the closure, WeDo Fudge will remodel the drive-thru with new lighting, counters customized shelving and more. Until then, find favorite WeDo Fudge items at Forage Gifts and Northwest Treasures, Agnew Grocery and Swain’s General Store.

In 2019 WeDo Fudge donated to Sequim Community Aid, the Sequim Irrigation Festival, Peninsula Friends of Animals, Dungeness Community Church and InFaith Ministries.

For more information, email to christina@wedofudge.com or see www.wedofudge.com.

Sequim IT recaps busy year

With the hires of three Sequim-area employees in 2019, Sequim IT & Kitsap Networking Services, Inc. (the parent office is located in Silverdale,) now has eight full-time employees in the Sequim and Kitsap areas.

Sequim IT staff taught two technology classes at Shipley Center, sponsored a portion of the Sequim Pickler’s Pickleball tournament and donated several old computers to the Sequim PC Users Group.

For more about Sequim IT, see www.kitsapnetworking.com.

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