Spokane Journal of Business

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All That And A Lack of Chips

Tate Technology Inc. President Scott Tate doesn’t consider himself to be an alarmist by any stretch. But for a number of months, the head of the Spokane Valley-based contract manufacturing company has been issuing warnings to his customers...

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Virtual events are here to stay, some say

Online meetings, seminars, and fundraisers will remain a part of the post-pandemic...

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NEWTech Skills Center looks to expand scope

At NEWTech Skill Center in northeast Spokane, about 700 students are enrolled in 14 programs, and...

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Cannabis processing equipment maker STM Canna launches new products

Sesh Technologies Manufacturing Inc., a Spokane Valley-based manufacturer of commercial cannabis...

Canadian company acquires ClearRF

ClearRF LLC, a Spokane Valley company with ties to manufacturer Servatron Inc., has been acquired...

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Northwest Entrepreneur Competition to host final round

Spokane’s University District and North Idaho College are collaborating to host the final round of the 16th annual Northwest Entrepreneur Competition online Thursday, April 15. Ryan Arnold, director of regional entrepreneurship strategy...

Gestalt Diagnostics adds major specialty lab as client

An East Coast laboratory has selected Spokane-based Gestalt Diagnostics LLC to provide software to digitize the specialty laboratory’s workflow. BioReference Laboratories Inc. of New Jersey plans to use Gestalt’s PathFlow, a digital workflow...

Mullen’s Memphis deal muddies its future in Spokane

Mullen Technologies Inc.’s future in Spokane is up in the air as the startup electric vehicle manufacturer eyes Memphis, Tennessee, for its future headquarters. A press release from the company on March 18 says the company plans to establish its...

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Jubilant HollisterStier plans to double capacity

Jubilant HollisterStier LLC is planning a massive investment in its Spokane-area operations that will double its current capacity....

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Fatbeam, Ednetics buy Twin Falls tech company

Fiber optics company Fatbeam LLC, of Coeur d’Alene, and its subsidiary, Ednetics Inc., have purchased a Twin Falls, Idaho-based tech company that serves education-based organizations and local and state governments....

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