Spokane Journal of Business

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Innovating Idaho: Coeur d’Alene’s entrepreneurial ecosystem accelerates

There has long been a notion that to succeed in the technology sector, you have to relocate to Seattle, Boston, or the Silicon Valley. But a group of like-minded people in Coeur d’Alene are working to break that mold and turn the Lake City ...


Sexual harassment ruling expands employer liability in Washington state

Employers can be held strictly liable for acts of discrimination by their employees in any business ...


Demand for geriatric care management booms in Spokane

When older adults reach the point where they’re unable to care for themselves, that responsibility...


Gravity Labs hopes to bring matchmaking to the masses

Spokane entrepreneurs Robbi Katherine Anthony and Patrick McHugh have partnered to create Gravity...


Ree Creations: Repurposing with purpose

We all know someone who has a crafting hobby, whether it’s sewing, knitting, painting...


Glucose Revival prepares product for market

Three-year-old Spokane startup company Glucose Revival is preparing its product, the Thrive glucose necklace, for an initial soft launch this month, says owner Kris Maynard....


Golden Sherpa platform planned to help people find senior living

When faced with the decision of finding aging parents a care facility, adult children might find themselves navigating a seemingly insurmountable process of contacting referral companies, elder care management companies and even the facilities themselves ...


At Homes Stores plans outlet in old Cd’A Kmart

Plano, Texas-based At Home Stores LLC plans to open an outlet at the site of a former Kmart store at 201 W. Neider, in Coeur d’Alene, its second planned Inland Northwest store....


Life Connect designs app to reduce addiction relapse

Life Connect, an app created through Spokane-based Life Recovery Solutions Inc., is designed to connect those struggling with mental illness, drug addiction, or homelessness with their personal support groups and professionals....


Riverview Retirement plans memory-care group homes

Spokane-based Riverview Retirement Community plans to build three memory-care duplexes at the southeast corner of North Crescent Avenue and Stone Street, east of its current facilities, according to preliminary plans filed with the city of Spokane. ...

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