Whatcom Business Alliance

As a non-partisan, non-profit organization created and operating solely on private funding, the WBA formed during 2012 as a strong voice for the private sector of business throughout Whatcom County — small or large, private or public, in any industry or niche market. The WBA membership has grown rapidly with a unifying mission of supporting and celebrating a positive business environment, and providing a vast communications network to address issues concerning businesses.

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Member News

Landmark hires Eric Nelson, CPM
January 13, 2015

Landmark Real Estate Management announced the hiring of Eric Nelson as its commercial property manager. Nelson has 28 years of experience in the commercial brokerage Read more…

New Faithlife Sign Goes Up
December 24, 2014

A downtown street scene Tuesday, Dec. 23, involved a couple of WBA members, as Signs Plus assembled and raised the new Faithlife sign on the Read more…

The Woods Coffee opens in Skagit
December 15, 2014

Doors and windows opened at 4:30 this morning at The Woods Coffee’s 15th location — and first in Skagit County — off I-5 in Mount Read more…

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