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Northwest Flavors at the Seattle Gift Show

Seattle Made is excited to be working in partnership with the newly launching showplace at the Seattle Gift Show, Northwest Flavors. The Seattle Gift Show is the largest wholesale buying market in the Pacific Northwest drawing independent/specialty retailers, national chain stores and corporate buyers from Canada and Alaska as well as surrounding Western states.The Northwest Flavors area of the show will be dedicated to food artisans highlighting sweets, treats, spices, oils and other gourmet specialties.

Northwest Flavors at the Seattle Gift Show
WA State Convention Center
August 17 – 20, 2018
Registration fee is $650
There is no deadline but early registration is suggested

Collectively members will gain from a variety of benefits including:

  • A highlighted Seattle Made vendor location near the front of the Northwest Flavors section
  • Possible feature of your product on the Seattle Made dedicated page in the Seattle Market Week Product Preview Guide (similar to page 6 as seen HERE)
  • Possible feature of your product on the Seattle Made page on the Seattle Gift Show website

Individually members will be offered a complimentary new vendor exhibitor packet (valued at $100) benefits include: 

  • Inclusion in New Exhibitor Listing on show website
Listed on at least two promotional emails to pre-registered attendees prior to show(contingent on date signed up)
  • Inclusion in a special New Exhibitors listing handed out to all buyers at check in at the registration desk
  • Listing on New Exhibitor stand-alone sign at show entrance
  • New Exhibitor floor sticker
Participation in New Exhibitor Product Preview Area

Registration form and additional details listed below.  Please be sure to list your membership in Seattle Made on your registration form on the line listing “I would like to be beside or near the following companies or products: I am a Seattle Made member and would like to be placed near other members.

New Exhibitor Prospectus and Registration Form

New Exhibitor Promo Package


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Circular Economy

The concept

The Circular Economy aims to redefine growth, focusing on positive society-wide benefits. It entails gradually decoupling economic activity from the consumption of finite resources, and designing waste out of the system. Underpinned by a transition to renewable energy sources, the circular model builds economic, natural, and social capital. It is based on three principles:

  • Design out waste and pollution
  • Keep products and materials in use​
  • Regenerate natural systems​

In a circular economy, economic activity builds and rebuilds overall system health. The concept recognises the importance of the economy needing to work effectively at all scales – for large and small businesses, for organisations and individuals, globally and locally.

Transitioning to a circular economy does not only amount to adjustments aimed at reducing the negative impacts of the linear economy. Rather, it represents a systemic shift that builds long-term resilience, generates business and economic opportunities, and provides environmental and societal benefits.

Explore Seattle's Circular Economy!

Systems Maps

The Circular Economy distinguishes between technical and biological cycles. Consumption happens only in biological cycles, where food and biologically-based materials (such as cotton or wood) are designed to feed back into the system through processes like composting and anaerobic digestion. These cycles regenerate living systems, such as soil, which provide renewable resources for the economy. Technical cycles recover and restore products, components, and materials through strategies like reuse, repair, remanufacture or (in the last resort) recycling.

upcoming events around the Circular Economy


CHOMP’S Upcycle Bazaar is about helping network King County Upcyclers to each other to create a larger more organized circular economy in King County. Come and meet our featured makers (below) at the event! 

The future of our product-driven world is to make new things from the old. The Upcycle Bazaar features the work of our local makers! You’ll also be able to participate by learning, and even making your own special something.

*** Bring an old tee shirt and learn to screen print with Second Use!***

Chomp's Upcyclers from Seattle Made:

Want to learn more about the Circular Economy and how you can be a bigger part of it? Contact our Green Business Program Manager, Nico Onoda-McGuire via email.

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Seattle Made Logos

Seattle Made members have the exclusive use the logos below to distinguish their products as “made in Seattle.”

Application Examples

They may be used on websites, marketing materials, signage, labels, packaging, etc.

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Members may modify the logo to use any one color of their choice to match their brand. E.g.:



It takes a village to build a vibrant community-based economy! As a non-profit, we rely on support from individuals, businesses, foundations, and other institutions to do this work. If you believe what we’re doing is important, please join us at one of our upcoming fundraising events or consider donating today!


Game of Chefs
Wednesday, July 26th 6 – 9:30 pm

Seattle Good Business Network’s first annual “Game of Chefs,” a fundraiser and party starring Dine Around Seattle chefs facing off in a healthy competition to create the tastiest and most creative dishes from a pantry of Seattle Made products, plus locally sourced produce and staples from Seattle’s iconic Pike Place Market.

The evening will feature heavy apps, a signature cocktail, and Seattle Made beer and wine. Local celebrity judges and audience favorites will choose Seattle’s ‘top chef.’

Attendees will also have the opportunity to meet the makers and chefs, and pick up some Seattle Made treats – all to benefit the programs of Seattle Good Business Network.

When: Wednesday, July 26th, 2017 from 6-9:30 pm
Where: The Atrium Kitchen Pike Place Market
Cost: $100
Purchase Tickets: HERE
More Information on our Game of Chefs Event Page



Support Seattle Made through a donation today.
Seattle Good Business Network is a 501(c)3 organization.

Donate by credit card: To make a tax-deductible donation with a credit card, use the secure online form on our about page.

Donate by check: Make a check payable to “Seattle Good Business Network” with “Seattle Made” in the memo line, and mail to:
Seattle Good Business Network
220 2nd Ave S, Ste 202
Seattle, WA 98104

Please contact Andrea Porter at (206) 629-2346 x2 or andrea @ seattlenetwork.org to discuss ways you might support our work – she’d love to hear from you!


Thanks again for celebrating the amazing products, people, and places of Seattle!

Seattle Made Week 2017

October 6th – 14th, 2017

Join us in celebrating the amazing products, people, and places of Seattle Made. We will host the Seattle Made Market Day at Pike Place Market, youth tours of Seattle manufacturing facilities, pop – up shops, meet-the-maker events, contests, a panel discussion about Seattle’s food and beverage manufacturing industry and finally another epic Taste of Seattle Made sampling party


Seattle Made Market Day presented by Umpqua Bank
Pike Place Marketfront – Saturday, October 14th – 11 – 4 pm
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Seattle Made in partnership with Pike Place Market will host 35 Seattle Made members for an afternoon of shopping in the newly opened Pike Place Marketfront. Members love connecting with attendees and showcasing the products they proudly make right here in Seattle! Thanks to Umpqua Bank for support of this event!




Samplings Events
Stop by these amazing local stores to taste yummy samples from Seattle Made members!

Central Co-op
Daily – Friday, Oct 6 – Saturday, Oct 14
More info

Cone & Steiner
Daily – Friday, Oct 6 – Friday, Oct 13 
More info 


#seattlemadeweek contest

Our #seattlemadeweek social media contest will highlight events of week! Be sure to take a picture of you participating in a Seattle Made Week event or with a Seattle Made product and enter to win a collection of Seattle Made goodies!


Taste of Seattle Made Party presented by Central Co-op
Fisher Pavillion –
Friday, October 6th 6 – 9:30 pm
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Join us to sample delicious treats and drinks from 50 + Seattle Made food and beverage producers! Samples include everything from beer to kimchi, and popsicles to sausage.Thanks to Central Co-op for support of this event!








The Future of Urban Manufacturing: Seattle’s Vibrant Food and Beverage Producers
Tuesday, October 10th, 6:30 – 8:30
TICKETS – $35 General Public/$25 MOHAI and Seattle Made Members 

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Where does the food we eat come from? Providing accessible delicious food is a cornerstone of a thriving urban landscape. Hear from local food manufacturers about their process of finding raw materials, manufacturing and marketing food locally. Enjoy dessert from members of Seattle Made. This program is presented in partnership with MOHAI.





Seattle Made Week 2016

The second-annual Seattle Made Week is in the books, and we had a blast! We hosted our inaugural Seattle Made Market Day at KEXP, pop-ups and meet-the-maker events around town, contests, another epic Taste of Seattle Made sampling party, and a panel discussion about revitalizing Seattle’s sewn goods industry!

Seattle Made Market Day presented by BECU

Over 1000 Seattleites attended an afternoon of shopping from 32 Seattle Made manufacturers in the newly opened KEXP community gathering space. Members loved connecting with attendees and showcasing the products they proudly make right here in Seattle!

picmonkey-collage-8Thanks to BECU, KEXP and Theo for support of this event!

Made in Seattle: The Future of Urban Manufacturing

Over 120 guests attended an evening presentation and panel discussion about how to revitalize Seattle’s sewn-goods industry based on the principles of sustainability and equity.

The evening’s speakers included: Gray Madden – President of Filson, Erin Nelson – Co-Director of SGBN, Jennifer Porter – Owner of Satsuma Designs, Karim Lessard – Chief of Staff at Evrnu, Joe Wadden – Director of Operations of Outdoor Research and Sandrine Espie – Executive Director of Muses.

picmonkey-collage-8Thanks to Outdoor Research and the Port of Seattle for support of this event!

Taste of Seattle Made Party

Over 400 Seattle Made supporters came out to sample delicious treats and drinks from 35 Seattle Made food and beverage producers. Samples included everything from beer to kimchi, and popsicles to sausage. The room was packed and the energy was great! We can’t wait for next year!

picmonkey-collage-9Thanks to Central Co-op for support of this event!

Seattle Made Brewer’s Night, Youth Tours, Pop-Up Shops, Sampling, and our #seattlemadeweek Contest

Seattle Made Brewer’s night featured brewers and beer from 15 Seattle Made breweries at Flatstick Pub. Brewers vied for the Seattle Made Duffle-Board championship, with Peddler Brewing coming out on top! We also featured a small pop-up shop showcasing beer related products!

Seattle Made Week held additional events throughout the week including factory tours for Seattle youth on National Manufacturing Day, a pop-up shop at West Elm, and daily food and beverage sampling at both Central Co-op and Cone & Steiner.

Finally, our #seattlemadeweek social media contest was a success with an amazing array of photos highlighting the week. Check out a few of the winners!


Thanks again for joining us in celebrating the amazing products, people, and places of Seattle Made! 

Many thanks to our sponsors!

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Seattle Made Market Day 2017

Thank you for joining us for this event!

There is a $60 participation fee.
Please pay via credit card by clicking on the link below.

If you are not able to pay via credit card online please send a check payable to:
Seattle Good Business Network, 
220 2nd Ave S #202, Seattle, WA, 98104

Deadline for Registration Payment: September 15, 2017

Chophouse Row Pop Up Market

The Could Room has partnered with Seattle Made to offer members free vending spots at their monthly pop up market hosted on the second Thursday evening of each month. Members must still apply with the event organizers to secure a spot.

Where: Chophouse Row – 1424 11th Ave, Capitol Hill, Seattle 98122


– Complimentary vending spot
– Outside vending
– Please plan on being ready to open by 6 pm.
– Everyone is expected to stay for the entire evening.
– You will need to bring your own cart/load in your own materials.
– Parking is not included.
– Each vendor will have 1 table 4’ x 2’w x 2.5’ ht.
– Please bring your own table covering if you wish.
– If you have any special requests or extra items you would like to bring, i.e. rolling racks, displays, signage then email Whitney separately.

If you would like to request a spot please inquiry directly with the organizer (see details below.) Let her know you are a Seattle Made member.

Didi Wittman
Director of Marketing & Events
Email: didi@cloudroomseattle.com
Office: (206) 739-9004

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Seattle Made Airport Store

We are thrilled to partner with Pacific Gateway Concessions to offer members the opportunity to be featured at the Seattle Made Airport Store.

Seattle Made’s role is focused on community convening, brainstorming with our members ideas for demos or meet and greets and promotion of the store through our network.

Pacific Gateway Concessions handles the day-to-day management of the store. They handle all product curating, wholesale terms negotiation, invoicing/billing and store operations.

Pacific Gateway Concession is accepting applications on an ongoing basis. Please review the documents below to submit.

Feel free to reach out to Pacific Gateway Concessions with store-specific questions at seattlemade @ gopacificgateway.com

Airport Store Info Letter
Presentation Handout
Vendor Information Form

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Green Your Business

Join the Seattle Made movement to go green!

Members in EnviroStars. We're almost there, but not quite yet!

Why seattle made green business program?

You are essential to Seattle's vibrant local economy. It is our collective responsibility to protect our city's natural environment and resources by reducing our impact in every way possible!
This program exists to help you do that at no cost!

Why should I join EnviroStars?

Save up to 20-30% on your waste bills and reduce landfill waste by adopting or revamping your recycle/compost/trash systems! With EnviroStars, you’ll receive free signage and bins to help set up an efficient system!

Save up to 20-30% in precious water use and utility bills by replacing inefficient equipment. EnviroStars offers unparalleled rebate programs that help you do this at little to no cost!

Prevent polluted and hazardous chemicals from running rampant! Learn how to save $5-10K in pollution clean ups by getting a free spill kit and plan! Schedule a free site visit and get one. 

Seattle Made offers you a gift card to Broadcast Coffee Roasters as soon as you sign up for a site visit, and we’ll feature you on our social media platforms! Once you become an EnviroStars member, you’ll even make it to our website!

Once you’re an EnviroStars member, you’ll reach the EnviroStars Partner, Leader, or Champion levels, and receive promotional materials and opportunities from  window clings to digital advertisements, and news media features! Sign up for a free consultation now to get started!

Where Do I Start?

Sign up here to schedule a free site visit to find out what you can be doing, big or small, to make your business more sustainable and save money!  We’ve partnered with EnviroStars to help our local businesses take the next steps to going greener. Site visits are short and harmless (under 30 minutes!) where a consultant checks out your space, makes recommendations, and can even get you started on becoming an EnviroStars member with benefits!to

EnviroStars is a free, one-stop hub for Washington businesses to get information, help, and recognition for actions that protect their workplace, the community, and the planet. Through EnviroStars, Seattle Made members are offered free technical assistance to find easy and quick ways to ‘green’ their business. Whether your business is just starting to explore green practices, or you’re looking to take it to the next level, EnviroStars meets your business where it is today. By signing up for a free site visit, our members receive exclusive access to a network of other green businesses, free promotions, and recognition throughout our social media platforms. (See bottom of page for a few examples of what EnviroStars can help you with.)

Plug your URL into the Ecograder tool at no cost to check out how green your website is! Learn more about how you can adopt a more sustainable web design and make a positive impact. 

What If...

Fear not! EnviroStars is still for you and offers free consultation via email or phone! Just reach out to our Green Business Program Manager nico@seattlenetwork.org to get connected!

Not a problem! As long as you’re still in Seattle, we can set you up for a consultation and you can take your green practices with you, or just sign up for two free consultations! Schedule one now!

You’re perfect! Kitchens to production spaces to factories and everything in between are perfect spaces to “greenify”! Sign up now!

What are some other resources for going green?


ASBC believes in the power of business to build a better world. ASBC’s mission is to empower and mobilize business leaders to advocate for market and policy change in support of a triple bottom line, sustainable economy. Join ASBC to build a sustainable economy and receive a 20% discount on your first year’s membership. Use the promo code SGB100. Get exclusive benefits starting at: 

  • 10+ exclusive webinars every year
  • Access to online skills training workshops
  • In-person events in numerous states
  • Share your news and events in our monthly Policy Update
  • Discounted pass to the Annual Sustainable Business Summit
  • Certificate of membership & license to use ASBC branding

Why should I green my website?

  • One google search uses as much energy as turning on a 60w light bulb for 17 seconds.
  • The average website could be responsible for emitting up to 4,700Ib of carbon emissions each year.
  • The internet accounts for about 10% of global energy consumption.

What does your website’s carbon footprint look like? Find out now on Ecograder!

What our members love about EnviroStars

"As an organic tea manufacturer, sustainability, conservation, and waste reduction are core principles for Choice Organic Teas. Envirostars has helped us to identify areas where we have already succeeded in reducing our environmental impact as well as enlightened us to city programs and grants to help us further our goals of waste reduction and energy conservation. It’s so important that businesses evaluate their impact on the environment and having Envirostars as a free resource for Seattle businesses is invaluable."

"When I started my business, I did not realize how supportive of a community we have in Seattle. EnviroStars is a big part of pulling that together and connecting business owners to one another. As we all strive to be as environmentally and socially responsible as we can with our businesses, there are always challenges and this group has been a great space and forum for increasing my ability to embed sustainable growth into my business model." 

 "It gives a great checklist and good best practices and ideas that a maturing company would want to do, to move towards being more sustainable. You don’t have to invent everything yourself, you don’t have to think of everything and then there’s the support to help get those things in place, and the rewards are great." 

What envirostars helps you do...for free

  • Setting up or expanding recycling and compost programs.
  • Understanding Seattle’s food service packaging, plastic bag, recycling, and food waste ordinances and requirements.
  • Identifying, implementing, and documenting waste reduction strategies.
  • Helping to identify and replace inefficient equipment or fixtures that waste water, energy, and money.
  • Getting available rebates for qualifying equipment.
  • Adopting efficient and proper equipment maintenance practices.
  • Training staff how to prevent and manage pollution spills.
  • Educating employees and customers with educational signage.
  • ... and much more!

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our Green Business Program Manager, Nico McGuire via email or by calling (206) 629-2346, Ext. 4.

The EnviroStars program is brought to you locally, by Seattle Public Utilities.

More resources to help you greenify!

King County’s Solid Waste Division let’s you search and find out where to dispose of any material! 

Check out Seattle Public Utilities’ resource on how to handle FOG, which installations to use, and how to get help! 

Upgrade outdated equipment and technology to increase efficiency, lower utility bills, and save the environment by signing up for a free consultation!

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