GSI Launches New Website

Greater Spokane Inc. (GSI) is pleased to announce the release of its new website –

The goal of the new website is to pull together all our business support programs and activities into one easy-to-navigate digital hub to provide you with the support you need, whether you’re a business starting up, expanding, need workforce support, would like a greater voice in regulatory issues, and more.

Here are a few of the main sections to check out:

Greater Growth: Here, you will find a host of business resources and programs to support our economy. THRIVE Spokane, the Community Economic Development Strategy is available for viewing and will launch on June 22 (you are invited!). In addition, business startup resources can be found here.

Greater Talent: Our community like many others across the U.S. has a workforce issue. Hear from Dr. Christi Harter, our new V.P. of Education and Talent on how to tackle the issue and what’s next.

Greater Voice: A group of business, educators, and community leaders are in Washington D.C. for the D.C. Fly-in to meet with legislators and advocate on behalf of the Spokane region. Check out this year’s Federal Agenda.

In addition, we still have self-service areas available to register for events, update your information in the member login section, sign-up for newsletters, submit jobs or events for the community calendar, find a partner business, or join GSI as a member partner.

As the region’s largest business development organization, we’re here to support your business and grow our economy. Our vision to create a vibrant Spokane region where businesses and communities thrive requires partnerships across the region.

We’d like to thank our member partner Zipline for their work to get our new website developed and off the ground. Thank you!

Did you find what you’re looking for?

Do you have questions or need business support? Can’t find what you’re looking for on the website? Drop us a line and we’ll get you the support you need.


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