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As founder and CEO of GoToTags, Craig Tadlock forges a connection between the digital and physical worlds.
Spokane-based startup SquareKeg has launched a Kickstarter campaign for what the company calls one of the first square-shaped, portable kegs on the market.
Seven Spokane-area businesses have made Inc. Magazine’s annual list of the 5,000 fastest-growing companies in the nation.
Ignite Northwest received a federal coronavirus relief grant to assist emerging companies in the region, the U.S. Department of Commerce announced Monday.
Spokane-based OddJobbers, a startup that connects college students to people needing help with household tasks, raised a new round of funding to improve its online platform and serve a growing number of new clients.
A new round of funding from a Seattle-based early-stage investment firm is positioning Medcurity for continued growth in the Spokane market.
Spokane Valley-based Stay Alfred is permanently closing because of coronavirus-related financial struggles.
Spokane-based startup Medcurity has raised additional funding that will allow it to hire more employees, boost its digital marketing presence and expand HIPAA security and privacy training.
As hundreds of startups nationwide have been forced to cut costs and lay off employees because of coronavirus-related financial struggles, some local companies are thriving by pivoting their operations and marketing toward new audiences.
Student entrepreneurs from area universities recently earned cash prizes to further their business ideas at the Northwest Entrepreneur Competition. The competition, held Thursday by the Spokane University District and North Idaho College, featured 22 Pacific Northwest-based teams that presented business plans to three panels of regional business experts for a chance to win $42,000 in prize money.
Trans World Entertainment has named Spokane entrepreneur Tom Simpson to its board of directors and secured additional investor financing for its Spokane Valley-based subsidiary etailz.
Under the partnership, SNAP’s Ride to Health drivers – who are trained community health workers that transport clients to medical appointments – will carry glucose gel necklaces in the organization’s vans to treat minor, moderate and severe low blood sugar in passengers.
Spokane ranks 31st on business magazine’s list of top 50 cities to start a business in 2020.
The company confirmed the layoffs Thursday, stating it frequently assesses areas to function more efficiently amid its growth across 33 markets.
Cassidy Bones, Melinda Cadwallader and her daughter, Delia, aim to create
Seattle-based Remitly, an online international money transfer company, is expanding to Spokane, with plans for a second Washington office in the Bennett Block building.
Stay Alfred is adding to its vacation rental portfolio with addition of several new units at the Fruci Building in downtown Spokane.
Kimberly Manning, senior brand director at Sandpoint-based Kochava, was one of the speakers at the Spokane event, which showcased several area companies including APANA, Vaagan Timbers, Tedder Industries, Spiceology, Safeguard and Paw Print Genetics.
After running out of product a month following its June launch, Spokane-based Glucose Revival has increased inventory of its glucose gel necklaces to assist diabetics in medical emergencies.
Nashville-based startup GreenPal is aiming to make lawn care easier for Spokane homeowners by connecting them with local landscaping professionals. GreenPal, described as the “Uber of lawn care,” by co-founder Gene Caballero, launched in Spokane last week.