Spokane Journal of Business

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Egnyte Inc. sets growth plan in motion with move

With an immediate eye toward expansion, Egnyte Inc., which bills itself as a hybrid, cloud-based file sharing company with an office located in the Spokane Valley, will move that office to downtown Spokane at the beginning of April to better accommodate e...

Schweitzer Engineering buys old ITT Technical Institute building in Valley

Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories Inc. plans to relocate its Spokane Valley offices to a newly pur...

Software dealer expands to West Side

Quest Integration Inc., a Post Falls-based specialty manufacturing-design software seller and suppor...

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The future of the hotel key

Several large hotel brands have begun experimenting with digital key technology here, which enables ...

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Maker of software for pathologists lands $2.6 million

Earlier this month, Dan Roark, CEO of Spokane-based Gestalt Diagnostics LLC, helped close on $2.6 mi...

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Business-class drones to take off

Commercial drone use is taking off, and soon more Spokane-area industries and businesses big and small are likely to see and hear what the buzz is about, some drone users here say. Robert Rees, owner of Rees Aerials LLC, of Spokane, has been flying drone...

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Spokane investors launch Kick-Start III venture-capital round

Tom Simpson, a Spokane entrepreneur and angel-investing fund adviser and organizer, says he’s formed another startup fund, which already has begun investing in emerging companies in the Inland Northwest. Named after its predecessors, Kick-Start III has...

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2nd Watch expects to add 100 jobs this year

2nd Watch Inc., a Liberty Lake-based cloud computing company and provider of Amazon Web Services, says it expects to hire 100 new employees this year as it continues to experience sharp growth. “Most of our clients are based on the East Coast, and we...

Blue Water Technologies’ new owner moves office to Post Falls

Nexom Inc., a Wisconsin-based wastewater treatment technology provider, has moved the former Blue Water Technologies Inc. office to Post Falls, says research and development manager CJ Strain. The Nexom office now occupies 1,900 square feet of leased spa...

SmartRecruiters plans Spokane office

San Francisco-based hiring technology company SmartRecruiters Inc. says it plans to open a Spokane office later this month. SmartRecruiters sells software systems that businesses can use for recruiting and hiring employees. The company’s main product,...

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