With architects using virtual reality to help design their buildings, could real estate agents using virtual reality to help sell them be far behind? That’s the theory behind EPIC Realty, a Meridian-based real estate company that offers virtual reality and ...Read More »
After last year’s Farm Bill made it legal nationwide, Idaho is taking steps to legalize growing and shipping of non-psychoactive cannabis products such as industrial hemp and CBD oil. Growing and shipping such products is now legal nationwide if they ...Read More »
There aren’t any Opportunity Zone projects in Idaho yet, but a fund has been formed to raise up to $250 million to develop them. Opportunity Zones are a community development program established by Congress in the 2017 Tax Cuts and ...Read More »
Westmark Credit Union is celebrating its first downtown Boise branch at Parkcenter on March 1. “The Treasure Valley’s hopping, and we’re trying to take advantage of the opportunity,” said Jonathan Galusha, senior vice president of branch administration. The credit union ...
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Although an interim gubernatorial committee on autonomous vehicles issued a draft report recommending Idaho allow their testing and deployment, it’s looking like that’s not happening during this legislative session. “I have been told [the Idaho Transportation Department] is not bringing any ...
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Buying intrusion detection software and third-party antivirus software aren’t necessarily the way to go to improve your company’s cybersecurity. That’s according to Shawn Scott, CEO of Badger Infosec, who spoke recently on cybersecurity at Trailhead, the coworking space in downtown ...Read More »
In another attempt to get a Women’s Business Center in Idaho, the federal Small Business Administration held a series of workshops in three Idaho cities, and at least one coalition is forming to apply for the grant. Among the participants ...Read More »
RISE, a local education nonprofit coordinating cross-sector partners to develop community solutions for students, has received a $150,000 grant, which will go toward programs to encourage Latinx students to earn postsecondary credentials. StriveTogether, a national nonprofit working to bring communities ...Read More »