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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

The Importance of “Game Changers” in Spokane

Despite the phrase “Game Changer” being a tad cliché, it’s worth taking a look at when it’s been used to describe two local projects in Spokane. The phrase has been used for the past few years to describe the expansion … Read more

Why Supporting a Spokane County Levy Will Protect Fairchild Air Force Base

You may have read recently about an item that will be on this fall’s ballot that asks Spokane County voters to approve a levy that would allow the County to buy land in the Accident Potential Zone (APZ) at the … Read more

Avista Buys Local with its Huntington Park Project

We’ve written before how people can buy local – shopping at local stores and supporting local small businesses is an easy concept to grasp. But how can businesses support buying locally? One local project is a perfect example of how … Read more

How Your Business Can Thrive During Road Construction Season in Spokane

We’ve written about it before, but it’s worth revisiting: road construction. As spring starts to turn to summer, road construction in Spokane is only a temporary disruption and a permanent sign of progress – and that’s a good thing. Businesses … Read more

Spring in Spokane Brings Bloomsday and the Lilac Festival

Tweet Spring has sprung and that means it’s time to get outside. Spring also means two of Spokane’s premier events are around the corner: Bloomsday and the Lilac Festival. Both are near and dear to Spokane’s heart, and both have … Read more

Member Web Video: Liz Nelson of The Steelhead Bar and Grille

Tweet Time for another member web video! This week, Liz Nelson, the co-owner of The Steelhead Bar and Grille talks about how her membership helps Greater Spokane Incorporated work with the City of Spokane and other municipalities to streamline regulatory … Read more