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Services
Services we offer include:
  • Analyzing a new business idea

  • Business plan development

  • Marketing plan development

  • Financial management

  • Loan application preparation

  • and More!
 
Locate a WBC Office

Everett:
425-954-4040
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Seattle and Shoreline:
206-324-4330
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Tacoma:
253-680-7194
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locate a WBC near you

Washington Business Center

Seattle Office:
206-324-4330
1437 S. Jackson St
Seattle, WA 98144


Office hours: Monday-Friday, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Directions

Click here to find out how to get assistance from the WBC.


 
Other Resources Available On-Site

Seattle Small Business Incubator
(206) 324-4330

The business incubator is a comprehensive business-assistance program with the goal of improving your chances to grow into healthy and sustainable companies.

Features include: Access to office machines, telephone equipment and messaging service, conference rooms, daily management support, on-site business consulting in all aspects of business and financial management.

Procurement and Technical Assistance Center (PTAC)
Felix Ngoussou, Manager
(206) 267-3131 x 122

PTAC at Community Capital Development offers training sessions and expert counseling to assist existing business owners find and attain government contracts.

Minority Business Enterprise Center (MBEC)
Victor Valdez , Project Director
(206) 267-3131 x 125

The MBEC at Community Capital Development offers financial package preparation, marketing programs, and general management assistance to minority-owned Washington state businesses that have the potential to earn $500,000 or more in revenues.


 
News

Self-Employment Assistance Program!

Our Center is one of the registered providers of classes for the Washington Employment Security Department’s Self Employment Assistance Program (SEAP).  Our “Launch and Grow Your Business” multi-session class meets this requirement.  The class that was just held (March/April) had several students who were part of the SEAP program.  The SEAP program allows persons on unemployment to cease looking for work and to focus on developing a business/writing a business plan while they are attending the class.  The Northwest Women’s Business Center and the South Sound Washington Business Center also have a series of classes that are registered as part of this program.

 
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Sponsored by Community Capital Development, the Women's Business Centers (WBC, NWWBC, SSWBC) are partially funded by the U.S. Small Business Administration's Office of Women's Business Ownership (OWBO). SBA's funding is not an endorsement of any products.