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Every business in the state is trying to plan for a safe return to work for their team and customers. Fortunately, a lot of that work has been done and is ready to share.

Join Boston Consulting Group Seattle Managing partner, Steve Mitchelmore, as he walks us through the details of BSG's back to work recommendations.

Then hear from Washington Secretary of Commerce, Lisa Brown, on the key steps state government is taking to ease restrictions while preserving public safety in the workplace and beyond.
  • Washington State's Path to Recovery
  • Developing Your Back to Work Business Plan
Managing Partner, Boston Consulting Group Seattle
Steve Mitchelmore joined Boston Consulting Group in 2005 and is a core member of the firm’s Consumer practice area, specializing in marketing and retail.

He is a leader on the topic of personalization, and has deep expertise in digital customer experience, marketing and sales, and corporate development.

He has spoken at conferences and led workshops to inspire clients to leverage advanced data and analytics and to invest in new ways of working to accelerate improvement in their companys’ customer experience.
Secretary of Commerce, Washington State
Lisa J. Brown, Ph.D., was appointed Commerce director by Gov. Inslee and began serving the agency in February of 2019.
Prior to serving as Commerce director, she served as chancellor of Washington State University, where she led the health science campus in Spokane.

Lisa served in the Washington State Legislature from 1996 – 2013 in the Senate where she was majority leader and chaired the Rules Committee, Ways and Means Committee, and Energy, Technology and Telecommunications Committee. She served in the state House of Representatives from 1993 – 1996, where she was minority whip and minority floor leader.
CEO, Bellevue Chamnber
Joe is the President & CEO of the Bellevue Chamber. He previously served two terms in the Washington State Senate where he worked extensively on economic development, transportation, and education issues.

He has a Joint JD/MBA from Seattle University and an undergraduate degree from the University of Washington.