Spokane Journal of Business

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Real estate startup Movsi debuts platform

Spokane entrepreneurs Aaron Cunningham and Eric Davidson have launched what they claim will be a disruptive technology that they describe as “the Uber of real estate transactions.” Much like San Francisco-based Uber Technologies Inc. has rocketed to ...

Sound-Rite selects president, looks to add more robots

Sound-Rite Plastics Ltd., parent company for Coeur d’Alene-based Accurate Molded Plastics Inc. and Mold-Rite Inc., of Woodinville, Wash., says it has hired a new president and is accelerating efforts to add more robots to its processes due to difficulti...

RiskLens secures $5 million in new capital

Spokane-based RiskLens Inc., a software company that helps businesses and organizations analyze their exposure to cyber risk, says it has secured $5 million in venture capital from four different investors, including one here. Spokane-based Kick-Start, O...

Mother-son duo ramps up online marketplace here

A mother and son here have launched an online marketplace, dubbed PokeNLink, that’s intended to provide a network of interactive communities and sub-communities where organizations, professionals, and peers can build relationships and engage in commerce...

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Taking 3-D printing to heart

Dr. Carl Garabedian and other Spokane pediatric heart physicians are pioneering the use of 3-D printed models to plan and practice complex heart procedures. The physicians, who work at the Providence Center for Congenital Heart Disease clinic at Sacred H...

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Accident consultant Origin Forensics seeks gains in niche field

Now in its 14th year of business, Origin Forensics LLC, a small Liberty Lake-based consulting company that specializes in automotive accident reconstruction and biomechanical injury analysis, is looking to raise greater awareness of its unique services an...

Imprezzio, Infosys partner to boost customer service

Spokane-based proprietary software company Imprezzio Inc. says it’s formed a partnership with global technology consulting firm Infosys Ltd. to help both companies improve service to their customers. “Considering Infosys’ 300,000 employees, Imprezz...

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Inland Northwest aerospace group looks to elevate its profile

Boasting a membership that extends from the Cascade Mountains to Bozeman, Mont., the Inland Northwest Aerospace Consortium says is stepping up its efforts to more actively engage its current members while seeking to recruit more. “Our total membership ...

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Challenge after ascent

Following soaring sales growth in drone services reported by Hayden-based Empire Unmanned for 2016, activity this year has begun to descend as some potential customers are viewing drone operations as a do-it-yourself industry. Bradley Ward, president of ...

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North Idaho College aerospace curriculum grows to meet demand

As Idaho’s aerospace industry continues to grow, so too do programs like those offered through North Idaho College’s Aerospace Center for Excellence, says aerospace director Patrick O’Halloran. “The future for aerospace jobs in this region looks ...

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