Peter Zieve to Enhance Popular Entrepreneurship Blog Site

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Young entrepreneurs who need help with growing their businesses can soon access a newly updated popular blog site by businessman Peter Zieve.

Young aspiring entrepreneurs who are looking for help with starting their businesses will soon be able to access an enhanced version of an already-popular online resource that Seattle-based aerospace entrepreneur Peter Zieve has designed just for them.

Zieve, who is the chief executive officer of Electroimpact, launched a blog site earlier this year at with the goal of guiding budding entrepreneurs on their individual journeys. Due to the positive reviews that the blog website has been receiving, Zieve has decided to make changes to the website to further enhance the user experience.

Version 2.0 of the website will be released at the end of November. In addition, he will present new blog posts that will provide information regarding business, engineering, philanthropy, and entrepreneurship.

The content of Zieve’s popular website is based on his experiences with founding and leading Electroimpact -- an assembly automation and robotics company he started after completing his PhD studies at the University of Washington. His goal at the time was to create a haven for today’s engineers. On the website, visitors can find advice for taking their businesses to the next level as well as so that they can also experience the thrill of succeeding at entrepreneurship.

Zieve said that he feels that all young people deserve to have the opportunity to pursue their passions and enjoy the work they do. For this reason, Zieve also offers tips about children’s science activities as well as internship opportunities for older students who are interested in entering the science, engineering, technology, and math (STEM) fields.

Zieve is additionally a big believer in philanthropy and uses his website to encourage visitors to give back to their communities.

Zieve, who served as a research assistant professor at the University of Washington from 1986 to 1988, is currently a contributor to and sponsor of several programs. These include local STEM programs, the University of Washington Society of Automotive Engineers car program, parent-teacher association events, the YMCA, the Boys & Girls Club, and Lighthouse Festival and Destination Imagination. You can find out more about Zieve at his company website:

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