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Bellevue real estate startup Plunk is empowering homeowners to evaluate their renovation projects through the use of an accessible tool.

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Get to know several Eastside philanthropists, and find out what motivates them to give back.

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As Snoqualmie Casino kicks off sports wagering in Washington, the NFL proves to be a popular ticket.

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A Woodinville woman develops a grocery-delivery service that prioritizes families’ needs.

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As the gateway to the Cascade mountains, this small town boasts big doses of community spirit, enthusiasm for the great outdoors, and a budding business profile that continues to evolve.

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Eastside siblings are the co-founders of a new nonprofit called Student Connection, which seeks to level the academic playing field through free student-to-student tutoring.

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This month’s edition of Lead + Follow — a Q&A section dedicated to further understanding the personal and professional mindsets of area business leaders — features Huso Paco, social samurai at the full-service marketing and advertising firm Bullseye Creative.

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Commercial galleries are adapting with the times to help their represented artists' following, visibility, accessibility, and credibility. 

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The Eastside resident and U.S. Bank executive promotes Asian cultural understanding, inclusion, advancement in workplace, and community.

This month’s edition of Lead + Follow — a Q&A section dedicated to further understanding the personal and professional mindsets of area business leaders — features Tysan Dutta, director of Yuan Spa in Bellevue.

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With judging assistance from a handful of former honorees, as well as much debate and discussion, we are excited to present to you some of the best, brightest, and most ambitious Eastsiders.

TheoTech is using faith-centered technology to close cultural and language divides.

How one organization is putting car-club exclusivity in the rearview.

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This month’s edition of Lead + Follow — a Q&A section dedicated to further understanding the personal and professional mindsets of area business leaders — features E. Lewis Rudd, president and co-founder of Ezell’s Famous Chicken.

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Rajeev Rajan, VP of engineering and longtime Eastsider, is the new head of office for the Northwest.