NCW Tech Alliance has new office at Pybus Public Market

NCW Tech Alliance announced that they have recently relocated their main headquarters to Pybus Public Market.

For the past couple of years, the Mercantile on Wenatchee Avenue has been home to NCW Tech Alliance’s office and allowed space for the organization, the perfect place to both grow and contract throughout the pandemic. When the Technology Incubator Space, operated by the Chelan Douglas Regional Port Authority, at Pybus Public Market came available, NCW Tech was excited at the opportunity to move their office to the riverfront with even more space to grow.

“NCW Tech Alliance is grateful to have had a home at the Mercantile the past three years. Now that our non-profit is back to hosting frequent in-person events and programs, being at Pybus and adjacent to a large event venue is the perfect spot” said Jenny Rojanasthien, Executive Director of NCW Tech Alliance. “We want to thank the Chelan Douglas Regional Port Authority for allowing us to utilize the space, and the team at Pybus Public Market for welcoming us. Our office inside of the Technology Incubator Space is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. We’re available to meet community members anytime during open office hours.”

NCW Tech Alliance serves across six counties of North Central Washington, providing resources, events, and referral services in technology, entrepreneurship, and STEM education. While the new office is in Wenatchee, NCW Tech Alliance offers events ranging from Moses Lake to Omak. On average, host over 45 events and programs each year including the Flywheel Investment Conference and Innovator Awards Luncheon, and serve as co-lead of the Apple STEM Network which drives resources to support STEM opportunities for students, educators, and community.

On September 7, NCW Tech Alliance will be hosting an open house for community members and partners to visit their new office, meet staff and board members, and learn about upcoming programs. The open house will be a casual networking event held from 3:00 - 6:00 p.m. at 3 N. Worthen St., Wenatchee.

In addition to the open house, The Taproom by Hellbent Brewery, located inside Pybus Public Market, will also be hosting their monthly Do Good, Drink Beer event. This month’s all-day event will be held in support of NCW Tech Alliance with $2 of every “pint to go” and $1 of every Hellbent pint beer sold going directly to NCW Tech’s STEM Scholarship Fund to be awarded to students and educators during their annual Innovator Awards Luncheon on September 21.

“Our annual Innovator Awards Luncheon is coming up on September 21 to celebrate the drive and passion of innovators across our region, and every year we are elated to award scholarships to STEM students and educators who have demonstrated exceptional innovation over the past year,” Rojanasthien explained. “We are so grateful to The Taproom for their support of our organization and allowing us an opportunity to increase funds for STEM scholarships.”

“Pybus Market is excited to welcome NCW Tech Alliance as part of our Pybus Family,” said Pybus Public Market General Manager and Foundation Director, Travis Hornby. “Having a non-profit focused on benefiting our communities is a perfect fit for us.”

With many events and programs coming up, NCW Tech Alliance is also seeking new members to join their Board of Directors starting in 2023. Board members serve as ambassadors for the organization and help to champion technology, entrepreneurship, and STEM education throughout North Central Washington. Applications are open year round. To apply, visit

About NCW Tech Alliance: Since 1999, NCW Tech Alliance has served as the region’s tech alliance, championing growth and development in North Central Washington. As a 501(c)3, NCW Tech Alliance’s mission is to bring together people and resources in technology, entrepreneurship, and STEM education. For more information visit


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