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Tag Archives: Spokane

Let’s Go Global!

During my first 10 months at GSI I served as Economic Development Coordinator. In that time I learned a great deal about the assets and strengths of the business community here in Spokane, my hometown. This region produces amazing products … Read more

GSI Hires Entrepreneurship Program Director

Greater Spokane Incorporated (GSI) is pleased to announce the hiring of Ryan Arnold for the position of Entrepreneurship Program Director. This new position will be responsible for the leadership and guidance of the local and regional entrepreneur ecosystem, and GSI’s … Read more

GSI Candidate Roundtable Interview – Part 3

This week’s question for state legislative candidates: What are some obstacles you foresee for the legislature next session, and how do you plan to overcome them? Over the next few weeks, GSI is hosting an online candidate forum for all … Read more

Solving the Food Truck Issue in Spokane

The Spokane City Council recently and unanimously passed two ordinances licensing and regulating the burgeoning food truck industry in Spokane. Getting to this point, though, took some work. That’s why we stepped in and helped bring the interested parties together … Read more

Watch as Saint George’s Students Launch a Weather Balloon 100,000 Feet into the Sky

Students at Saint George’s School in north Spokane engineered a weather balloon and launched it into the sky above the north Spokane school and has the video to prove it. The students also used weather patterns to calculate where the … Read more

New Developments in the Spokane Region Show Progress

Spring in the greater Spokane region means patio seating is available at restaurants, parks are greatly occupied, splash pads are about to open, and kids (parents?) are counting down the days until summer vacation. It also means time to see … Read more

Doing Business in the Spokane Region Means Access to Qualified and Talented Employees

Once upon a time, companies would consider location as the top reason to expand, relocate or open up their business. But nowadays, there seems to be a new no. 1 consideration: the available workforce. Three recent news stories – two … Read more

Business AfterSchool Featured on KHQ’s Invest Northwest Program

Alisha Benson, our Vice President of Education and Workforce, sat down with KHQ’s Sean Owsley recently to talk about Business AfterSchool and Engineering Week: Spokane, North Idaho News

Special Session Begins Today in Olympia – What Does it Mean for Spokane?

Washington Governor Jay Inslee called legislators back to Olympia to begin a special session today to tackle bills that would provide more funding for aerospace education, extend tax incentives for aerospace manufacturers through 2040, and streamline the permitting process for … Read more

Women-Owned Small Businesses Can Find Customers Within The Government

We’ve told you how contracting with the government helps small town businesses. We’ve also told you how having a business in a HUB Zone helps you find customers within the government. Now we’re going to tell you how women-owned small … Read more