Spokane Journal of Business

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Remitly opens Spokane office

Remitly, a Seattle-based international money transfer company that claims to serve nearly 2 million customers, has opened a Spokane office in the Bennett Block building, at 503 W. Main downtown. The company transfers more than $6 billion annually for c...

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Pipl Inc. expands along with world’s ‘identity crisis’

In the digital age, a new identity can be created with the click of a few buttons, data breaches and...

AristaPoint establishes office in Spokane

Kirkland, Washington-based AristaPoint, an insurance agency and private group market administrator, ...

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Mullen Technologies seeks more time for West Plains plant

Brea, California-based Mullen Technologies Inc. continues its drive toward establishing its high-end...

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Rainier Patents takes patient approach

Paul Mitchell, patent attorney at Spokane-based Rainier Patents PS, has intentionally maintained a g...

Continuous Composites agrees to partnership

A local developer and manufacturer of 3D printing robotic arms says it has partnered with a global company, allowing it to expand on its work. ...

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Exbabylon IT Services rises from small-town start

With a population of just more than 2,000, the small northeast Washington town of Newport might not seem like an obvious place for the headquarters of a flourishing information technology management, cloud security, and consulting company....

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2019 Rising Stars: Dan Wadkins

At age 35, attorney Dan Wadkins already has put in 10 years helping prominent Spokane-based law firm Lee & Hayes PLLC law firm broaden its corporate intellectual property services. “I’m technically the first person they hired as part of this ...

MultiCare debuts virtual care services in Spokane

Tacoma-based MultiCare Health System has started a new virtual care service in Eastern Washington in response to the growing demand from a number of patient groups, particularly millennials. MultiCare, the health care system that oversees Rockwood Clinic...

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Proptech makes its mark in Spokane

Innovations fueled by cloud computing and new technologies collectively known as proptech are disrupting every facet of the real estate industry, and while Spokane lags behind larger markets like Seattle and New York in terms of investment...

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