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Support Spokane nonprofits during this season of giving

In place of our regular Good Morning Greater Spokane breakfast this December, we’d like to recognize the numerous nonprofits throughout the Spokane area. During this season of giving, non-profits can use your help to make next year a success. Each … Read more

Business Health Trust offers cost-competitive health insurance options

The cost for businesses to provide health insurance is increasing year over year. This is never more evident than when it comes time to renew contracts. As a benefit of your membership with Greater Spokane Incorporated, we provide an insurance … Read more

Support local companies on Small Business Saturday

In 2015, a record 95 million shoppers rallied around their communities to support local businesses and shop locally during Small Business Saturday. Across the nation, customers spent $16.2 billion at small businesses, supporting their neighbors, friends, and entrepreneurs. As one … Read more

Dozens of students attend Caterpillar’s Introduce a Girl to STEM Day

The Spokane region is home to a business community that provides strong support of education attainment in our community. From sponsoring events and providing resources to both employees and students throughout the area, businesses play an integral role in growing … Read more

Spokane area STEM students get hands-on with robotic surgery

Students from across the Inland Northwest gathered at the WSU Spokane campus earlier this month for a special event, which included a hands-on, practical STEM lesson with Intuitive Surgical’s da Vinci Surgical System. The event, created by Rockwood Health System … Read more

GSI Denounces Graffiti Hate Crime at MLK Center

(SPOKANE, Wash.) – Greater Spokane Incorporated joins other community organizations in denouncing the spray-painted racial slur discovered at the Martin Luther King Jr. Family Outreach Center early Tuesday morning. As staff at the MLK Center arrived for work, they discovered … Read more

New FLSA salary exemptions take effect Dec. 1

**Nov. 22 update: A federal judge imposed an injunction against the new Department of Labor FLSA overtime rules, Tuesday, Nov. 22. As a result the rules are therefore halted, and will not go into effect, Dec. 1.** Changes to the … Read more

Building Prosperity through Education

We recently asked Dr. Christine Johnson, Chancellor of Community Colleges of Spokane, to provide her insight on building regional prosperity through education attainment. GSI believes that education grows economies, and there is a growing trend, nationally, around the key role business development … Read more

WSU celebrates preliminary accreditation of new medical school

Wednesday, Oct. 19, Washington State University announced the preliminary accreditation of its Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine, enabling the university to start recruiting its highly-anticipated inaugural class of medical students in the fall of 2017. The accreditation marks the … Read more

Mayor of Cagli, Italy meets with businesses and elected officials

Greater Spokane Incorporated (GSI) was pleased to host Cagli, Italy Mayor Alberto Alessandri and his assistant Marco Valeri last week for a “lunch & learn” and tour of local manufacturer HOTSTART. In town for the Sister City signing ceremonies – … Read more