Associate's Group Update

Associate's Group Update
Thank you 2018 Associate's Group President Jan Glithero of Don's Group Attire. Jan did a fabulous job leading the group.

In 2019, the group looks forward to Andrew Peoples of Brown & Brown of Washington taking over the position.


Congratulations Newly Elected Officers

Congratulations Newly Elected Of...
On November 14, SEA held elections. Congratulations to our newly elected officers.

2nd Vice President - Kelly Madigan of Madigan Security Consulting & Investigations

Board of Directors -
Alex Bogaard of Brown & Brown of Washington
Josh Brincko of Josh Architects
Susie Cohen of Style With Susie

Thank you to all who volunteered to run for office. Seattle Execs is strong because of all who contribute in so many ways.


2018 SEA Golf Tournament

2018 SEA Golf Tournament
It was a perfect day at The Golf Club at Redmond Ridge for the annual Seattle Executives Association Golf Tournament on July 11.

Big thanks to our Tournament Sponsors, Golf Committee and event volunteers.


Congratulations Newly Elected Officers

Congratulations Newly Elected Of...
On June 13, SEA held elections. Congratulations to our newly elected officers.

2nd Vice President - Rich Martin of RB Content Lab

Treasurer - Valerie Young of Warner Telecom Group

Board of Directors -
John Buller of Soundmark Wealth Management
Andrew Didier of Agora Refreshments
Julie Lovely Walden of Advance Marking & Signs

Thank you to all who volunteered to run for office. Seattle Execs is strong because of all who contribute in so many ways.


2018 SEA Auction - May 10

2018 SEA Auction - May 10
The annual Seattle Executives Association's “Back to the 80’s" Dinner and Auction was a great success and fun was had by all. Thanks to all members for your support and generosity!

Check out all the 80's costumes and event photos on our Facebook page.

Thanks again to all our Auction Night Sponsors - Cameron Catering, Centennial Home Inspection Services, Fox Plumbing, NuLeaf Office Solutions and Socius Law Group plus our Auctioneer Steven Kilbreath from KING TV and emcee Cameron Smock.

Big thanks to Cristy Smith and Beth Harwood and the team at the Crowne Plaza for hosting.

Lastly super big thanks to the Auction Committee - chairs Kim Cook and Kelly Madigan and members Mark Baker, Suzanne Cameron, Roberta Frederick, Beth Harwood, Cullen MacKintosh, Jean Merlino, Josh Miller, Erik Nordstrom, and Ed Shinbo.


SEA 100th Anniversary Gala

SEA 100th Anniversary Gala
The Seattle Executives Association celebrated its 100th Anniversary on Thursday, November 2 at the Washington Athletic Club. Over 140 current and former members lifted a glass to toast this remarkable occasion.

Speakers included our master of ceremonies – Cameron Smock of Bonney-Watson, our 2017 Presidents Jared Stewart of Jared T. Stewart, Attorney at Law and Ron Allen of Socius Law Group and Corey Coffman of the Coffman Group brought the festivities to a humorous close. A special “Man of the Year” was presented to Jim Osborn of Paratex Pest Control by Rich Martin of RB Content Lab.

We thank again all who celebrated with us. Your participation and support keeps this organization healthy and strong. Cheers to another 100 years!


Seattle Execs Golf Tournament

Seattle Execs Golf Tournament
Thank you to all 28 member companies who sponsored the annual SEA Golf Tournament on July 19. Your support helped make the day fun for all 98 golfers at Redmond Ridge. What a way to celebrate 100 years!


Seattle Executives Association Celebrates its 100th Year

Seattle Executives Association C...
The Seattle Executives Association will be celebrating its centennial anniversary year with a movie premiere telling the story of its 100-year journey, involving many of the most prominent and well-known Seattle companies.

At the movie premiere, attendees will go on a wondrous journey from 1917 through Seattle’s business history. Never seen film and original photography helps to tell the story of what life was like for a Seattle business forging its way through the Great Depression, World War I, World War II, Women in the Workplace and beyond. And for the first time, this short film shares the untold, Seattle business story. The film is produced by SEA member Rich Martin of RB Content Lab.

The premiere is scheduled for Thursday, March 16th in the tasting room of the historic Rainier Beer Brewery from 5:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. This prestigious association, which served as the first business networking organization in the state of Washington, was established in 1917 by a small group of business leaders looking to increase their sales by sharing information about ships coming to the port to buy goods. This concept remains strong today as more than 100 local business leaders meet weekly to get to know products and services, and share information about who is looking to buy from each other.

“It can become a substantial business growth machine for those who partake in the association,” said Melissa Bell, Seattle Executives Association executive director. “Members are invite-only and there is only one business in each of the industries that service our community.”

Many of Seattle’s most respected companies and longest standing brands have been or remain part of the Seattle Executives Association. Past and currents members include Nordstrom, Moss Adams, Bonney-Watson Company, Seattle Lighting, Yellow Cabs, Aqua Quip Pool & Spa, The Space Needle Corporation, ,American Solutions for Business, Don’s Group Attire, Holland America, Seattle Post Intelligencer, Seattle Mariners, NuLeaf Office Solutions, and many more.

“Membership in the Seattle Executives Association has been a vital link for our company to other quality businesses in the area for many years,” said Jim Osborn, President of Paratex Pest Control, a member of Seattle Executives Association since 1951. “It opens the door to candid business information and shared leads that would not be available from any other source.”

“I’m proud to serve as a member of an organization that has been meeting together in the community for more than 100 years,” said Aaron Blank, CEO of The Fearey Group, a Seattle-based public relations and public affairs firm. “I joined the association one year ago, and am amazed by the amount of business networking and references the group serves to each other.”

“You join Seattle Execs because of the business...the chance to generate leads and new sales,” said Jack Goldberg, President of Personnel Management Systems, Inc. “You stay in Seattle Execs because of the relationships and friendships that you make. These connections are what have helped me and my business grow over the long run, even in a struggling economy.”

Seattle Executives Association was established in 1917 by a small group of business leaders who believed that they could increase their sales by sharing information about ships coming to port to buy goods. In addition, each could refer their clients to others in the group and therefore reduce the time and resources needed for each to locate new business. So, by getting together weekly to share their knowledge, each prospered! 100 years later, the Seattle Executives Association continues to meet weekly to share leads, to collaborate and to network with other local business leaders.


Ask a Pro Sales Tips

Ask a Pro Sales Tips
Seattle Execs hosted an informative seminar on March 8 on sales. Speakers included Dean Altaras of NAI Puget Sound Properties, Lisa Woodstock of Woodstock Media Group and Ralph Bruksos of Training Consultants Company.

Here are the top takeaways:
1. Learn what you are selling better
2. Don’t be indecisive. If you are indecisive, you will not be able to convince someone to be decisive.
3. Have a strong mentor in your life.
4. Seek that person whose insights and perspectives are relatable to you.
5. Do not have $$$ signs on your forehead
6. Learn how to share and cooperate with others in your salesforce
7. Be a good listener (very basic but super important) and let them talk.
8. Learn about what motivates them.
9. Be interested in them in their personal life and their business.
10. Work on the small deals. Always look at the big fish and elephants.
11. They are not long for your business.
12. Be responsive and attentive. Return calls. It is inexcusable not to! And stop texting!! Return emails and phone calls within 24 hours.
13. Treat your clients and prospect as if they are your family.
14. Learn how to say NO - it is very empowering.
15. Be pleasantly persistent! This is key...
16. Lunch and learns are good to do so do it!
17. Turnaround fast and you’ll turn around your competition
18. Make it their idea, not yours


PSBJ Book of Lists Honorees

PSBJ Book of Lists Honorees
The Puget Sound Business Journal Book of Lists 2017 is out! The Book of Lists contains lists of top companies, arranged by industry. Here are the Seattle Executives Association member companies who made the esteemed list.

Accounting Solutions Partners
#12 Eastside Fastest-Growing Private Companies
#31 Fastest-Growing Private Companies

Banner Bank
#2 Largest Banks
#3 SBA Lenders
#9 Banks by Marketshare
#15 Fastest-Growing Public Companies

Brown & Brown of WA
#7 Insurance Brokerages

CFO Selections
#36 Eastside Fastest-Growing Private Companies
#89 Fastest-Growing Private Companies

Complete Office Furniture
#1 Office Furniture Dealers

Crowne Plaza
#10 Hotel

Gaspar’s Construction
#5 Home Remodelers

John L. Scott Real Estate
#2 Residential Real Estate Firms

Moss Adams
#1 Accounting Firms
#15 Largest Private Companies

NAI Puget Sound Properties
#6 Commercial Real Estate Brokerages

Pacific Software Publishing
#35 Largest Minority Owned Business

PC Bennett Solutions
#18 Fastest-Growing Minority Owned Business

Schwartz Brothers
#80 Largest Private Companies

#21 Corporate Philanthropists - Small
#16 Insurance Brokerages

Windermere Real Estate
#1 Residential Real Estate Firms
#8 Largest Private Companies


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