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Philip Ward Seattle

Philip Ward Seattle


Avocados DASA

King County, WA

Philip Ward Seattle is an entrepreneur and philanthropist who lives and works in Washington State. Currently, he helms Avocados DASA, an import-export company that connects high-quality avocados from Mexican growers with consumers in the United States. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his wife and two ch...





Avocados DASA

Founder and President

Avocados DASA is a premier exporter of high-quality avocados. The company works directly with experienced growers in Mexico to ensure that their customers will have access to the best produce on the market. Philip Ward Seattle began the business in Seattle and has since developed it into a thriving enterprise.

"My general attitude to life is to enjoy every minute of every day. I never do anything with a feeling of, ’Oh God, I’ve got to do this today.’" -Richard Branson

A Thanksgiving Donation (End Hunger in America)

Inspired by Tony Robbins' work with the End Hunger campaign, Philip Ward brought 9,000 pounds of avocados to families at El Centro de la Raza in Seattle for Thanksgiving. He now plans to work with a local church to provide food to those in need.

Seattle Day Trips You Should Try

The city of Seattle offers a vibrant urban experience for visitors. With numerous neighborhoods to explore and cultural offerings to experience, tourists and locals alike could easily eat, drink and shop many days away in the city. But exploration shouldn’t be limited to the city’s borders; a host of amazing places wait just a short car or train ride beyond the city proper.


Win the Office: 6 Strategies for Building Professional Trust

We all want to be liked and trusted. For professionals, this desire to be valued goes even further, as being liked can and often does lead to landing that new project, promotion, or even job. Entrepreneurs especially need to be liked given that the success of their ventures is partially dependent on building and maintaining rapport and trust with their investors. But creating a positive relationship isn’t as easy as smiling widely and giving compliments; rather, being liked is often determined by the small office courtesies and professional habits.

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