Spokane Journal of Business

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509 Fabrication: Fired up about energy efficiency

Dusty Henderson had no experience in bringing an innovative product to market, but when he saw a chance to do so, he took it. ...

Third generation takes helm at Amphenol Telect

Spencer Williams has been named general manager at Liberty Lake-based telecommunications equipment...

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Side Hustle Syrups: A sticky sweet hustle

Spokane startup Side Hustle Syrups began with a quest by brewer Dillon Hueser to craft a signature ...

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Manufacturing next-generation interest

When Spokane-based manufacturer Wagstaff Inc. landed a series of large contracts recently to produce...

Franz Bakery to move, double its space in Coeur d’Alene

United States Bakery, which does business as Franz Bakery, is in the process of moving...

Overhauling economic development

Overhauling economic development

Greater Spokane Inc. wants to turn its model for regional economic development on its head. Todd Mielke, CEO of the organization, says the previous model wasn’t conducive to collaboration...

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A foothold on the sock market

Kyle Peterson and Zach Stensland were in high school when they started customizing their friends’ used socks in Peterson’s parents’ garage. The pair used a process called sublimation, which involves pressing dye into fabric using heat. ...

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Cooled by the Sun: Spokane engineers produce solar-powered refrigeration system

A Moses Lake, Wash.-based applied solar company with a team of engineers based here has invented a mobile refrigeration system that runs entirely on solar power. ...

Tate Technology plans to expand into larger space in Valley

Spokane-based electronics manufacturer Tate Technology Inc. plans to relocate to larger quarters in Spokane Valley to accommodate the company’s growth—and also to make way for the North Spokane Corridor freeway project...

Inland Northwest composite decline

Spokane-based Hart Capital Management Inc. says in its quarterly report that the composite value of eight Inland Northwest-based publicly traded companies fell to $11.2 billion in the 2018 third quarter ended Sept. 28...

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