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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

Manufacturing Day 2016: A key industry in Spokane

Friday, Oct. 7, 2016, marks the fifth annual Manufacturing Day celebration, recognizing the achievements and the important role of our nation’s manufacturing industry. Here in the Spokane region, more than 600 manufacturing businesses employ a workforce of 15,000, accounting for over … Read more

Quarter 2 2016 Business Barometer

Spokane economy continues to hold us better than U.S. “This year’s good economic news continues for our region and, in fact, accelerated in the second quarter,” according to Shaun O’L. Higgins, Managing Principal of The Oxalis Group LLC, and a … Read more

GSI accepts weeklong challenge to support construction-affected businesses

We are excited to take part in the #RDowntownSpokane challenge this week, Oct. 3-7, supporting local businesses affected by the Lincoln-Monroe construction in downtown Spokane. Our neighbors own, operate, and work at these stores, restaurants, hotels, and venues, and each … Read more

GSI Announces Positions on State and Local Ballot Measures

This week, the Greater Spokane Incorporated (GSI) Board of Trustees took positions on four measures, appearing on the ballot this November: Proposition 1, Initiative 732, Initiative 1464, and Initiative 1433. Please read below for our positions on each measure. Proposition … Read more

60 UW Medical Students Begin Classes at Gonzaga University

Gonzaga University and the University of Washington School of Medicine for recently welcomed an expanded class of 60 medical students in Spokane on the Gonzaga campus. This class represents an increase of 20 students over the prior year, according to the … Read more

Comcast opens new Liberty Lake Center of Excellence

Comcast celebrated the grand opening of its new 80,000-square-foot National Center of Excellence customer support center, Wednesday, September 14. The Liberty Lake facility represents a total economic impact of more than $95 million and will provide jobs for more than … Read more

GSI Public Policy Council begins planning for 2017

Greater Spokane Incorporated’s Public Policy Council recently started updating GSI’s State Legislative Priority Agenda. With the 2017 legislative session right around the corner, the Council sent out questionnaires to members of the GSI policy committees and the Board of Trustees, … Read more