Spokane Journal of Business

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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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The (Big) Engie that could

Energy and sustainability management service provider Engie Insight, formerly Ecova Inc., is ramping up the workforce at its Spokane office, which is at the center of a large technology upgrade for its French, multinational parent company Engie. ...

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Medcurity: Helping with HIPAA

Spokane-based health care information technology startup Medcurity Inc. has developed and launched a type of secure records compliance platform that the company’s founders claim is already in high demand. ...

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509 Fabrication: Fired up about energy efficiency

Dusty Henderson had no experience in bringing an innovative product to market, but when he saw a chance to do so, he took it. ...

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Racom Corp. acquires Industrial Communications

Racom Corp., an Iowa-based company that sells wireless voice and data communications equipment to public safety agencies and businesses, has acquired Spokane Valley-based Industrial Communications Sales & Service Co. ...

Third generation takes helm at Amphenol Telect

Spencer Williams has been named general manager at Liberty Lake-based telecommunications equipment manufacturer Amphenol Telect. ...

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A foothold on the sock market

Kyle Peterson and Zach Stensland were in high school when they started customizing their friends’ used socks in Peterson’s parents’ garage. The pair used a process called sublimation, which involves pressing dye into fabric using heat. ...

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