The Flywheel Investment Conference is directed by GWATA and made possible through the generosity of sponsors.
Jenny Rojanasthien, Executive Director at GWATA added "Wenatchee has a rich entrepreneurial climate with the capacity to grow.
Since 2016, GWATA has led a team of local and statewide advisors who are passionate about providing resources to local entrepreneurs as well as attracting early stage companies and satellite offices to NCW.
GWATA hosted the first Flywheel Investment Conference in May 2017.
serves more than 100 business members and hosts over 3,000 attendees through our various events annually.
is also hosting its annual "Summer Social" at Highlander Golf Course in East Wenatchee on Thursday, August 3.
Next, GWATA recognized the 30-plus businesses, educators, and students who were nominated for one of the Innovator Awards before transitioning to the announcement of the winners.
GWATA presented the STEM Educator of the Year Award to Tina Nicpan-Brown of Lincoln Elementary School.
Executive Director Jenny Rojanasthien (formerly Napier) said about the successful faire, "We are thrilled with the support and participation in the second year of the Wenatchee Mini Maker Faire
After stating that fact to the GWATA
audience, West gave them the good news, saying that because of grants allowing Link Transit to purchase 35-foot buses, the payback period has been shortened to two or three years.