Port of Port Angeles picks Binswanger for Director of Business Development

Port of Port Angeles picks Binswanger for Director of Business Development

The Port of Port Angeles hired Daniel Binswanger of Sequim in mid-September as its new director of business development.

Binswanger’s responsibilities include developing and implementing strategies to encourage new business development, stimulating job growth, coordinating business retention and promoting business expansion activities throughout Clallam County.

Binswanger brings to the Port more than three decades of entrepreneurial executive management experience in wide range of industries such as manufacturing, construction, transportation and logistics, commercial property management, entertainment and mass media, and consulting.

Most recently he has been self-employed as a consultant with The Binswanger Alliance, LLC, working on projects in strategic planning and real estate.

Originally from Newport Beach, Calif., Binswanger relocated his family to Sequim in 2010 to enjoy the community feel and rural life that the Olympic Peninsula provides.

“I am very excited to welcome Danny to the Port of Port Angeles,” Karen Goschen, Port of Port Angeles executive director, said.

“We are fortunate to have found local talent. Danny is deeply committed to our community. We look forward to his experience, enthusiasm and vast industry connections to help create jobs and business growth by fully utilizing the facilities and assets of the Port district.”

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