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Breakfast Series report: Idaho on the move, transportation trends (access required)

Earlier this month, the Idaho Policy Institute, a non-partisan research organization at Boise State University, released a study that outlines the state’s transportation needs and how much they will cost. Its unequivocal message: Idaho must raise new revenue now to preserve its ...

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Finding a transportation solution we can all support

At the Aug. 4, 2020, Idaho Business Review Breakfast Series forum, “Idaho on the Move…Transportation Trends,” Boise State University’s Idaho Policy Institute shared the results of an update to a 2011 study, “Modernizing Transportation Funding in Idaho.” Working with a group ...

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Breakfast Series report: Exploring Idaho’s food culture (access required)

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While the humble potato may be Idaho’s most famous product, the Gem State is home to a burgeoning food scene with flourishing fine dining restaurants, farmers markets, wineries and breweries. On July 14, the Idaho Business Review connected with some ...

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Breakfast Series Report: Idaho tourism confronts COVID-19 (access required)

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When COVID-19 hit Idaho in March, every industry was affected, but few were harder hit than tourism. Air travel dwindled to a few half-empty planes; hotels were virtual ghost towns. The story was the same across the country, and the ...

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Breakfast Series Report: Talent in Technology

Idaho’s mountain vistas may be a far cry from Silicon Valley’s bustling streets, but the Gem State is a growing tech hub, boasting startups such as Cradlepoint and Vynyl as well as stalwarts such as HP and Micron. According to ...

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Breakfast Series report: Be our guest – Idaho’s dramatic hotel construction boom

Idaho record population growth is also bringing more travelers to the state, fueling a dramatic boom in the tourism industry. Travel and tourism is Idaho’s third largest industry behind agriculture and food products manufacturing and computer and electronics manufacturing, according ...

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Breakfast Series report: Closing the generational gap – cohesive office culture from baby boomers to Gen Z

With five generations working side by side in many offices, successful companies must find ways to create effective, cohesive teams regardless of age or background. Roughly 10,000 Americans turn 65 every day in the United States, meaning the baby boomer ...

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