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Author Archives: Anne Wallace Allen

Anne Wallace Allen is the editor of the Idaho Business Review.

Planning to elope? There’s software for that

Younger workers have upended archaic conventions that governed work hours and office décor, and now they’re prompting a change in the way weddings take place. A small but growing Boise company has seized the opportunity in this cultural change. Simply ...

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Leads for the week of 7/14/17 (access required)

Business Leads (Includes new business listings, State tax liens / releases, Federal tax liens / releases) Construction Leads (Includes building permits from across the state) Ada & Canyon County Records (Includes civil court filings, judgments, claims of lien, release of liens, marriages, ...

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Successful hiring has always been an art; now it’s a science, too

Smart hiring has always been an art, but now it’s also a science, thanks to analytical and training tools that help hiring managers sort through electronic applications, administer testing and training, and perform other functions. For this issue of Workforce, ...

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Peppershock opens a Utah office

Peppershock, a marketing and media company in Nampa, has expanded to Salt Lake City with a studio located in a downtown shared co-working space. Peppershock, which employs 10 people in Idaho, has hired a manager for its new office, and ...

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A word with Pete Gombert of Goodwell

Pete Gombert is the founder of Goodwell, a nonprofit organization that certifies organizations such as companies or local governments using eleven metrics related to the treatment of employees. Gombert is an entrepreneur who created Balihoo, a Boise software company that ...

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A word with Gary Allen of LeanLaw

Gary Allen is the founder of LeanLaw, a software company he created to streamline administrative tasks for lawyers. Allen is a land use and environmental lawyer at Givens Pursley in Boise who still practices in his primary profession part-time. He’s ...

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Jason Fry joins Idaho Youth Ranch as CEO

Jason Fry is the new CEO of the Idaho Youth Ranch, a Boise-based nonprofit that provides therapeutic and other services to youth and families. Fry was previously the CEO of the Wood River Community YMCA. Fry started working at the ...

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Breakfast Series report: Small business and regulation

Introduction: Managing regulation State and federal regulation is a fact of life in small business. Even before the business gets off the ground, entrepreneurs need to be knowledgeable about the implications of choosing a business structure,  sophisticated about choosing a ...

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College of Idaho president resigns after 2-year stint

College of Idaho President Charlotte Borst has resigned after two years at the helm of the Caldwell liberal arts college. Borst joined the college as C of I’s 13th president in June 2015, after spending six years at Whittier College ...

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A word with Brian Garrett of St. Lawrence Gridiron and OA+D (access required)

Brian Garrett is the owner of the downtown restaurant St. Lawrence Gridiron and a partner in a new downtown architecture firm called OA+D, for Office of Architecture and Design. Garrett, a native of Maryland, studied architecture at Boise State University ...

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