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September 11, 2012 at 4:31 PM

“Titans of Innovation” series features Philips, Costco, Nordstrom

As part of the Next 50 series of events at Seattle Center, the Washington Economic Development Commission and the University of Washington’s Foster School of Business are hosting a series of events looking at area companies’ innovation.

Executives from Philips, Costco and Nordstrom will be featured in the “Titans of Innovation” speaker series that begins tonight at Intiman Theatre. Details and registration information are located here.

Tonight’s speakers are Richard Fabian, Randy Hamlin and Joe Robinson from Philips’ healthcare group in Bothell. On Sept. 18 Costco Chief Financial Officer Richard Galanti speaks, followed by Nordstrom President Blake Nordstrom on Sept. 25. I’ll be moderating.

The series will be streamed live starting at 7:30 p.m. tonight at this site, where replays will be available after the events.

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