Jeff Lewis our President and founder has been accepted and will join the Spring Class of 2018 of the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses Program. This is the national program designed by Babson College, the nation’s top-ranked entrepreneurship school, that provides small businesses with an intensive 4 month, online and on-campus, program to develop practical skills that small business managers can immediately put into action within their company. The skills learned during the program will include how to recognize new opportunities, embrace practices that increase business growth and ultimately develop a customized growth plan for their business.
As a part of being accepted into this program, Jeff will be attending the 10,000 Small Businesses Summit: The Big Power of Small Business event on February 13 and 14, 2018 in Washington DC. Some of the speakers of the event include Lloyd Blankfein, Michael Bloomberg, and Warren Buffet, along with some of our elected officials who are involved in the support and development of small businesses.
PacRim is proud of Amazon in their support of Mary’s Place. We are happy to be part of the team, and have assisted Mary’s place in their current facilities and look forward to helping them expand their programs and services and the good work they are doing.
OWNER AND OPERATOR OF ASBESTOS REMOVAL TRAINING COURSE PLEADS GUILTY TO PROVIDING FALSE CERTIFICATIONS
Defendant Admits He Provided Certifications for those who Never Took Course
The owner of a company that provided federally-mandated training for construction firms working with asbestos pleaded guilty today to falsifying documents as part of a scheme to violate the Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act, announced U.S. Attorney Annette L. Hayes. ISAAC COLE, 54, of Kent, Washington, owns and operates Cole and Associates, Inc., a business licensed by Washington State to provide asbestos training courses for asbestos workers and supervisors in exchange for a course enrollment fee. COLE admitted in his plea agreement that he took additional fees to provide falsified certifications to people he knew had not actually taken the course. Sentencing before U.S. District Judge John C. Coughenour is scheduled for January 13, 2017…….