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Etailz moves to new quarters in Spokane Valley

UPDATED: Wed., Aug. 8, 2018

Dozens of employees are packed into a long room at the former home of Etailz Inc. at McKinstry Station in Spokane’s University District, shown Wednesday, March 21, 2018. (Jesse Tinsley / The Spokesman-Review)
Dozens of employees are packed into a long room at the former home of Etailz Inc. at McKinstry Station in Spokane’s University District, shown Wednesday, March 21, 2018. (Jesse Tinsley / The Spokesman-Review)
From staff reports

Etailz Inc. has moved into new office space in the former Itron building in Spokane Valley’s business and industrial park.

The company will occupy 40,000 square feet of leased space at 2818 N. Sullivan Road, Suite 130. Etailz, which employs more than 250 people, had outgrown its space at McKinstry Station in Spokane’s University District. The new location is near the company’s existing warehouse.

Etailz has four times the space in the renovated warehouse, which company officials are calling Sullivan Valley. “It’s bold and creative,” Josh Neblett, the company’s chief executive, said of the space.

The Sullivan location has room for company growth and provides amenities that employees enjoyed at McKinstry Station, Neblett said.

The interior has an open layout with conference rooms, kitchen, photo studio and office space. Outside, there’s a sand court for volleyball, built-in gas barbecues and a furnished patio.

Etailz partners with brands to sell their products on Amazon, Jet, eBay, Walmart and Wish using proprietary software and marketing strategies.

Founded in 2008, the company was acquired by Trans World Entertainment Corp. in 2016 for $75 million. Etailz now operates as a wholly owned subsidiary of the New York-based retailer.

Another Spokane company, Stay Alfred, will be moving its headquarters into leased space in the old Itron building later this year.

Stay Alfred offers vacation rentals in 25 cities. The company is known for spacious units and upscale amenities in lively, walkable downtown locations.

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