Spokane Journal of Business

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Northwest Entrepreneurship Competition evolves

New organizers have taken over the annual Northwest Entrepreneur Competition, with a vision for expanding the competition and increasing participation from students outside the Spokane area. ...

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Having survived crypto winter, Krambu thrives

A 3-year-old startup based in Dalton Gardens has been making waves in the supercomputing industry...

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Angel alliance launches fourth fund

A group of investors has pooled their resources to help launch regional startups through Kick-Start ...

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TidyHut looks to stir the pot in portable toilet field

Erik Nelson can’t contain himself when he’s asked to discuss his “passion project.” He’s ...

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NY firm acquires majority stake in Fatbeam

SDC Capital Partners LLC, a New York-based private investment company, has bought a 51% interest ...

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Clean energy jobs become more prevalent in INW

More than half of all jobs in Washington’s energy industry are in clean energy, according to a report released in December by Washington, D.C.-based industry group Environmental Entrepreneurs. ...

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Global Credit Union evolves, expands new digital offerings

In an increasingly digital world, financial institutions continue to seek new technology that could help them to offer services and communicate with members. For Spokane-based Global Credit Union, that means making sure members can receive information ...

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Spring offers boost to environmental consulting

Beth Fifield Hodgson says she didn’t plan to start an environmental consulting firm in which most of the staff would be made up of women. It just worked out that way. Fifield Hodgson co-owns Spring Environmental Inc., with her sister...

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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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Etailz looks to regain its stride following transition

Spokane Valley-based online marketplace retailer etailz Inc., the one-time poster child for startup success in the Inland Northwest’s entrepreneurial ecosystem, expects to increase its sales and market presence this year after a brief era of transition....

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