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OK… you win! What would be MY recovery plan?

Enough of you have asked about what I pitched to Senator Risch or said “Put up or shut up! What would a great recovery plan look like?” Almost all these thoughts will apply anywhere though I’ll use Idaho examples. Growing ...

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Who are you? Think carefully before you answer that!

Who are you? This seems like a simple question, but if you were to identify yourself with a few words or phrases, what would you say? Would you identify yourself as a parent or a spouse? Would you turn to ...

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SBA, Idaho SBDC connect clients to resources

Resilience has always been a pillar of small business and entrepreneurial prosperity, but these past few months have demonstrated that a company’s ability to adapt is critical to not only its success but its survival. As businesses grapple with the ...

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Millions of children threatened by hunger need Congress to come together

Over the next few weeks, Congress and the Trump administration will decide whether a quarter of America’s children will have enough to eat each day. Widespread hunger is being driven by unemployment rates that are the highest they have been ...

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Supporting women’s entrepreneurship during COVID-19 and beyond

It has been five months since COVID-19 tightened its grip on America’s economy and the repercussions weigh most heavily on small business owners, and disproportionately on female business owners across the nation by several measures. As of the start of ...

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Middle market shaken, but not broken, by COVID-19

Each quarter, to understand what impact current macroeconomic conditions and government policies have on the business environment, KeyBank surveys 400 middle-market business owners and executives — defined as those in the $10 million to $2 billion range. U.S. business community ...

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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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App points Craters of the Moon tourists to middle of nowhere

Yellowstone isn’t the only National Park Service location that suffers from mapping app mislocation. For at least the last two years, Google has been dropping the pin for Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve on a lonely expanse of ...

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