Best Industries from 2000 to 2009

There is a post by Paul Kedrosky titled “Best and Worst Industries of Decade, or, Why Children’s Clothes Makers Need to Get Into VoIP“. I found it interesting so I thought I would post the top 10 over here. If you want to see the bottom 10, I recommend you check out Paul’s post. It […]

The Best Ad in the Last Decade

As we close out the another decade, this is hands down my favorite ad and could very well be my favorite of all time. What’s your favorite over the last decade? What would the world be like if everything had to be rational, would there be room for a dreamer? Would there be room for […]

Be Known as an Expert in Your Field

Nancy Juetten, Publicity Expert Wednesday, January 6th | 12pm-1pm | thinkspace Nancy Juetten (rhymes with “button”) is a passionate and engaging publicity trainer who shows business owners across America how to get seen, heard, and celebrated in their own backyards … and beyond.  I have had the pleasure of hearing her speak on two seperate […]

Crush it! Living Your Passion or Earning a Living?

I just finished reading Crush it! a book written by Gary Vaynerchuk (@garyvee) creator of Wine Library TV and built a $60M business. He’s got three rules. Rule #1: Love your family. I look at these three rules and I can’t disagree with his list. One of the guiding principles that I’ve put in place […]

Seattle Twitter Community Comes Together in Different Ways

Who will win? Background about Kenji: Kenji’s a huge sports fan. You can tell by looking at his Twitter avatar with his Seahawks logo etched into his photo. He’s also an avid Fantasy Football League player, as this is one of his five leagues that he’s in. Background about Peter: In the past, I worked […]

thinkspace’s thinktank Just Got Smarter – Please Welcome Angie Thain!

We are expanding our services to our thinkspace members and our local Redmond community by launching our new Business Services code named “thinkspace OS”. Angie Thain is our new team member and her role is Business Services Director. I like to draw an analogy to our thinkspace OS services as being similar to a computer’s […]

thinkspace Holiday Party 2009

Invitations were sent out weeks ago to thinkspace members for this year’s Holiday Party, and while a few people couldn’t make it due to previous commitments and the general holiday bustle, we ended up having a ton of members show up to join in on the fun! The only stipulation we made for those wishing to […]

thinkspace Donates Office Space to The Redmond Foundation

This fall, Peter Chee, CEO of thinkspace, decided to start donating office space to The Redmond Foundation, which is being founded in honor of Redmond’s upcoming centennial in 2012. The Redmond Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to building a healthy, vibrant and engaged community in the city of Redmond. I asked Peter a couple […]

CEO & Co-Founder of Avidian Talks Business

James Wong came in and told us all at the December Brown Bag event a little bit about starting up a company.  James Wong  is a seasoned entrepreneur and founder of three successful companies and is currently the co-founder and CEO of Avidian Technologies, the world leader in Outlook based CRM software. Under Mr. Wong’s […]