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Mar 28

World Affairs Council

Discussion: The future of climate security. Speakers include Lukas Haynes, David Rockefeller Fund; Vice Adm. Robert Parker, U.S. Coast Guard and independent consultant; Ian Kraucunas, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. 6-7:30 p.m. Davis Wright Tremaine, 1201 Third Ave., 22nd Floor, Seattle. $15-$25. Register online at bit.ly/2mDNvdK.

Mar 30

All Things HR

Seminar: How to be an effective manager. 9 a.m.-3 p.m. All Things HR, 4210 198th St. S.W., Suite 105, Lynnwood. $200. Register online at www.allthings-hr.com.

Apr 5


Business networking event. 8-9:30 a.m. Premier Business Centers, 10900 N.E. Eighth St., second-floor conference room, Bellevue. Free. Call (800) 798-0270 or register online at bit.ly/2nY1Gut.

Apr 5


Civic Cocktail: “Repeal and replace” and Washington state. Speakers include Mike Kreidler, the state insurance commissioner, and Leonard Sorrin, vice president of congressional and legislative affairs for Premera Blue Cross. 5:30-7 p.m. Palace Ballroom, 2100 Fifth Ave., Seattle. $20-$25. Call (206) 682-7395, email cityclub@seattlecityclub.org or register online at www.seattlecityclub.org.

Apr 5

Kent Chamber of Commerce

Lunch: Mayor Suzette Cooke delivers her final state of the city address. 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. ShoWare Center, Kent. $5-$30. Call (253) 854-1770 or register online at kentchamber.com.

Apr 5

CFA Society Seattle

Breakfast: Biotech startup, funding/capital formation and investing — the business of drug development and early stage biotech companies. Speakers are Charles Magness, KPI Therapeutics; Chris Igielski, W Fund; and Tom Ranken, CleanTech Alliance Washington. 7:20-9 a.m. Rainier Club, 420 Fourth Ave., Seattle. $15-$40. Register online at www.cfaseattle.org/events.

Apr 5

Seattle Economics Council

Lunch: 40 years of prediction errors. Speaker is Dick Conway, director and co-owner of the Puget Sound Economic Forecaster. 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Seattle Municipal Tower, 40th Floor, 700 Fifth Ave., Seattle. $10-$25. Register online at www.seattleeconomicscouncil.org.

Apr 6


Panel discussion: Seattle sustainability — the living city challenge. Speakers include A-P Hurd, Touchstone; Rob Harmon, MEETS Coalition; and Brett Phillips, Unico Properties. 7:30-10:30 a.m. The Triple Door, 216 Union St., Seattle. $94. Register online at bit.ly/2nsGejW.

Apr 6


Trade show: 120 businesses owned or managed by Washington State University alumni will showcase products and services. 4-8 p.m. Washington State Convention Center, Seattle. Free. Register online at www.cougsfirst.org.

Apr 6

Economic Development Alliance of Skagit County

Business-to-business trade show: Schmooze fair — spotlight on Skagit with 100 vendors. 4-7 p.m. Van Zyverden Bulb Warehouse, 12035 Higgins Airport Way, Burlington. $5. Register online at www.skagit.org.