Spokane Journal of Business

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25+5: Ignite Northwest releases inaugural list of emerging tech companies

Spokane business accelerator Ignite Northwest has released its inaugural Ignite 25+5 list, which recognizes 30 young companies with an Inland Northwest presence. ...

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Q&A with new Coeur d’Alene Chamber CEO Derrell Hartwick

Derrell Hartwick became CEO of the Coeur d’Alene Chamber of Commerce on Dec. 1...

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Aspen Homes builds its first apartment complex

For the first time in its 20-plus years in business, Coeur d’Alene-based Aspen Homes & Development...

StretchLab to debut club in Coeur d’Alene

Seeking to add to her suite of growing franchise fitness clubs, Jaimee Cox has targeted the end ...

Providence, nurses reach tentative agreement

The Washington State Nurses Association says it has reached a tentative labor agreement with managem...

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Momentum in Kootenai County expected to carry into 2020

Momentum from a decade of economic growth in Kootenai County is expected to carry over into 2020 with a mix of developments recently underway or planned for the coming year. The Coeur d’Alene City Council last month approved an urban renewal plan and...

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Journal seeks nominations for its annual Icons event

The Journal of Business has begun accepting nominations for its second annual Icons awards, which recognize legends of the Inland Northwest business community. Former Spokane-area businesspeople who are chosen to receive the awards will be recognized at ...

Dollar Fulfillment purchase land in Post Falls

Hayden-based ecommerce fulfillment company Dollar Fulfillment has purchased 5 acres of land in the Bighorn Industrial Park, just off Hargrave Avenue in west Post Falls. Founder and CEO Jason Macek declines to comment on plans for the newly acquired land....

Mainstream Electric to move to Spokane Valley

Mainstream Electric Inc., an electric, heating, cooling, and plumbing company, has found a new home in Spokane Valley. The company, located in Post Falls for now, had outgrown its space, says Todd Damschen, who co-owns the business with his wife, Elaine....

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Stable demand, prices expected for wood products

After a year of recovering from a late 2018 lumber price drop, pricing and demand are likely to remain fairly steady in 2020, some wood products industry observers say, despite some regional issues with supply. Joel White, executive officer of the...

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