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    Logic20/20, a leading business and technology consulting firm, named one of Seattle Business magazine’s “100 Best Companies to Work For in Washington” two years running, recently announced its expansion into the Central Washington region with a new office in Wenatchee, WA.

     

    The diverse landscape of opportunities within agriculture, local government, and small- to medium-size businesses across the Wenatchee valley attracted Logic20/20 to the area. The Logic20/20 approach to business and technology challenges provides clients with innovative ways to meet their growing business needs.

     

    The Logic20/20 Wenatchee office is led by Strategic Development Manager Amanda Lundy. Lundy has over seven years of experience working in business and technology consulting, supporting key strategic clients to understand their customers, predict and increase sales, automate repetitive tasks, and increase the speed of innovation to market. 

     

    “We’re thrilled to have the chance to expand our footprint across the Wenatchee valley. We’ve been working in Eastern Washington dating back to 2011, providing clear insight and helping businesses grow; we’re looking forward to the opportunity to better support local business with a physical presence in the valley,” said Travis Jones, Logic20/20’s Senior Vice President of Consulting and Strategy.

     

    Lundy and her husband, Brandon Lundy, both grew up in the Seattle area and have frequently visited Wenatchee with the idea of someday raising their family in the area. They recently moved to East Wenatchee with their two daughters, Kennedy (3) and Nicole (7 months). “I love the sense of community I have always felt in Wenatchee. We can’t wait to get more involved with the community and establish our family roots here,” said Lundy.

     

    Logic20/20 values, among other things, acting with integrity and supporting our team and communities. “Our fundamental beliefs, partnered with our dynamic capabilities, will be a very good fit within the Wenatchee community,” said Lundy. 

     
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