Spokane Journal of Business

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What’s happening with: LED tech maker Rohinni

Liberty Lake-based micro and mini LED lighting technology developer Rohinni Inc. plans to release a new production machine next month to a partner in China, BOE Technology Group Co., which has signed a letter of intent to buy hundreds of the machines ...

Journal’s View: Business has responsibility, opportunity to build trust

At last month’s event recognizing Best Places to Work in the Inland Northwest, keynote speaker...

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Demand for electric vehicles is high as supply woes persist

Demand for electric vehicles is high, but some new vehicle dealers here say supply issues ...

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Manufacturers make room with $60M in projects

Prominent manufacturers in the Spokane area are expanding either through construction at new ...

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What’s happening with Gold Reserve in Venezuela

Doug Belanger, longtime president of Gold Reserve Inc., says the company will have financial reserve...

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Rising Star Derek Taylor: Scoping out an untapped sports niche

Derek Taylor, CEO of Sport Scope Inc., is an example of a local, successful entrepreneur and deserves to be recognized as a Rising Star for his quiet and humble leadership style, says Tom Simpson, president and CEO of Ignite Northwest. ...

Global Navigation Sciences opens North Idaho Office

Global Navigation Sciences Inc., a Hayden-based aerospace product development company, has leased a 515-square-foot office space at The Depot retail center building, at 112 E. Hazel, in Coeur d’Alene, where the company plans to open an office. ...

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Spokane Industries forges ahead

The new owners of Spokane Valley-based foundry Spokane Industries Inc. say the company is responding positively to changes they’ve made since purchasing it earlier this year from brothers Greg and Tyrus Tenold. Pat and Lisa Turner claim that ...

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StanCraft Boat diversifies, sees strong growth

Hayden-based StanCraft Boat Co. has been experiencing strong growth with a 30% increase in total sales since the start of the pandemic, says Jory Schmeling, vice president of manufacturing at the handmade wooden boat manufacturing company. ...

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Taylor’d Containers pivots to firefighter-training modules

Taylor Rowan is bringing the heat to the shipping container market with the fabrication of custom-made, compact, mobile firefighter training modules, that the industry refers to as props, that are designed for fire departments to have access to a training...

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