Spokane Journal of Business

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IntelliPaper to study new-facility sites

IntelliPaper LLC, the Edwall, Wash.-based company that makes paper-based USB flash drives, is receiving a $15,000 state grant for a feasibility study to identify an appropriate site for a permanent facility in Lincoln County. The Washington State Communi...

Imprezzio acquires Columbus, Ohio-based website design company

Spokane-based Imprezzio Inc. has acquired AFS Web, a Colum-bus, Ohio-based creative web design and development company, as well as its trademarked content management system ZOOM CMS. Imprezzio, co-founded here in 2004 by Dave Talarico and Kelly Birr, de...

iCPooch expands into retail stores

Spokane-based technology company iCPooch, which was launched in 2012 by then 12-year-old Brooke Martin, of Spokane, has experienced a jump in sales and is launching in retail stores in addition to being available online, says Chris Martin, the company’s...

Sandpoint entrepreneur starts website for adventure junkies

Rush-On LLC, of Sandpoint, has launched an online clearinghouse for adventure junkies—or anyone desiring to experience bucket list-worthy activities, says entrepreneur Devin Dufenhorst, Rush-On’s CEO. Located in the Sandpoint Center at 414 Church Str...

Ecova launches efficiency platform for utility clients

Spokane-based energy management company Ecova Inc. has launched a new cloud-based platform for its customers, called the Ecova Efficiency Platform, says Ted Schultz, senior vice president of utility solutions for the company. The platform, Schultz says,...

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Inland Power rolls out new solar panel array

Spokane-based electric cooperative Inland Power & Light Co. has built a solar panel array, launched its new Community Solar program, and is preparing to build a second solar panel array, says John Francisco, its chief of energy resources. The program en...

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RevolutionAR looks to reform training practices

Liberty Lake startup RevolutionAR Inc. is launching an employee training product, using a technology called augmented reality, with possible implications for how companies conduct safety training. ...

Telect to consolidate U.S. operations in Liberty Lake

Telect Inc., the Liberty Lake-based manufacturer of communications networking equipment, plans to close its Plano, Texas, facility and consolidate its U.S. operations in Liberty Lake. Wayne Williams, president and CEO of Telect, says the company has no...

Water-from-air company targets oil, gas industries

Ambient Water Inc., a Spokane-based company that manufactures systems that make pure drinking water from humidity in the air, hopes to provide large, industrial bulk water systems for oil and gas companies, says Jeff Stockdale, Ambient’s chief operating...

GSI launches Startup Spokane website

A new online resource for Spokane entrepreneurs, called StartupSpokane.com, is getting attention from both users and people who want to pay it forward and help entrepreneurs, says Robin Toth, Greater Spokane Incorporated vice president of business develop...

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