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  • The Dirt

    Tech company moves office Minno Tablets, a tech company that sells tablet computers primarily to businesses, has moved from Spokane Valley to the Innovate Washington office in the Riverpoint higher …


  • House votes to close Innovate Washington agency

    OLYMPIA – A state agency with roots in Spokane’s 1980s push to attract more high-tech jobs to the region would be eliminated under legislation approved this week by the Washington …


  • Washington may lose federal jobs grant

    The federal government has awarded $2.7 million to Washington state agencies to improve job training and regain manufacturing jobs that have gone overseas. The federal investment, announced by the Department …


  • Innovate will try again to get state funding

    Officials at Innovate Washington say they’ll try to convince legislators next year to resume funding their agency, created in 2011 as the state’s tech-business catalyst. The 2011 Legislature created Innovate …


  • Innovate Washington loses state funding

    State legislators have eliminated funding for Innovate Washington, an agency created just two years ago by the merger of Sirti and the Washington Technology Center and charged by the Legislature …


  • Riverpoint Academy has technology at core

    Mead’s newest high school is miles away from Mt. Spokane and Mead both in environment and educational styles. Riverpoint Academy opened its doors this fall in the Innovate Washington building, …


  • State technology agencies merged

    Starting this week, Sirti becomes Innovate Washington. The name change reflects a stronger, clearer focus by state leaders on technology products as an engine for economic development.

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