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Hi-Rel Laboratories helps with NASA’s Artemis launch

Spokane-based Hi-Rel Laboratories Inc., an electronic testing company, is one of 42 companies in Washington state working to support NASA’s Artemis program, says company President Trevor Devaney....


Innovation on the horizon: Ag tech company Qualterra expands its operations into Spokane County

Nearly a year after Pullman, Washington-based NuPhy Inc. acquired Spokane-based Ag Energy Solutions ...


Cybersecurity becomes boutique industry cluster in Spokane

The Inland Northwest has become a minor hub for cybersecurity and is poised for further growth and ...


Treasury4 secures more than $3.5M in seed funding

Treasury4 Inc., a Spokane-based fintech startup formed last year, has secured more than $3.5 ...


AquiPor Technologies nears commercialization

Spokane-based stormwater management technology startup AquiPor Technologies Inc. plans to raise ...


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 ...


City leaders explore cap on third-party food delivery fees

City leaders in Spokane are working to create an ordinance that would cap at 15% the commission rate charged to merchants by DoorDash Inc., Grubhub Inc., and other third-party delivery companies, says City Council member Zack Zappone. ...


Gestalt receives approval for software in Europe

Spokane-based Gestalt Diagnostics LLC has secured eight patents in the United Kingdom for its PathFlow software, as well as clearance for clinical use of the software throughout Europe. Dan Roark, CEO of Gestalt, says the UK patents are ...


What’s happening with: Imprezzio software company

While the pyramid-shaped concrete building at 1520 W. Third on the west edge of downtown still has Imprezzio’s name on it, the company hasn’t occupied the building since the early days of COVID-19. Founded in Spokane 2004 by entrepreneurs ...

First annual cybersecurity conference planned

Google Cloud and Spokane-area industry partners will host the first annual Inland NW Cyber Security Conference Thursday, Nov. 17, at the Historic Davenport Hotel, at 10 S. Post. ...

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