Spokane Journal of Business

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Innovating Idaho: Coeur d’Alene’s entrepreneurial ecosystem accelerates

There has long been a notion that to succeed in the technology sector, you have to relocate to Seattle, Boston, or the Silicon Valley. But a group of like-minded people in Coeur d’Alene are working to break that mold and turn the Lake City ...

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Gravity Labs hopes to bring matchmaking to the masses

Spokane entrepreneurs Robbi Katherine Anthony and Patrick McHugh have partnered to create Gravity...

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Golden Sherpa platform planned to help people find senior living

When faced with the decision of finding aging parents a care facility, adult children might find the...

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Life Connect designs app to reduce addiction relapse

Life Connect, an app created through Spokane-based Life Recovery Solutions Inc....

Paw Print Genetics mulls new facility on North Side

Spokane-based Paw Print Genetics, a canine genetic testing company, is considering building ...

Spokane IT firm HiTechnique acquired by Executech

Executech, a Utah-based information technology services provider, has acquired Spokane-based IT company HiTechnique LLC. Executech CEO DJ Dorff says in a press release he wants to expand services and operations over the coming years. ...

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Avista program sparks charging station trend

Spokane-based Avista Corp. has partnered with more than 50 Washington businesses to install 136 electric vehicle charging stations throughout the state as part of a pilot program....

Innovation Collective to expand

Coeur d’Alene-based business incubator Innovation Collective LLC plans to expand its programs into nine new communities and launch its new software, Reflect Space....

Rohinni, Chinese company join forces

Coeur d’Alene-based tech company Rohinni LLC is combining forces on a recent venture with Beijing, China-based BOE Technology Group Co., a company that bills itself as a global leader in the semiconductor display industry. ...

Startup growth spurs Spokane’s technology sector

A strengthening entrepreneurial presence and international cybersecurity changes could affect Spokane’s technology sector in the upcoming year, some industry professionals here say....

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