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Biz ‘Bite:’ Lime announces $12M investment in Boise micromobility program (access required)

Lime has announced that it plans to invest an estimated $12 million over the next three years in its Boise program here if given the opportunity. Lime made calculations prior to the announcement, which include workforce development, industry leading hardware ...

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Philanthropy and excellence of Idaho  (access required)

Read More IBR Headlines Looking back on the year we’ve had, we thought we’d celebrate some wins and successes across Idaho and highlight some of the ways Idaho businesses exemplify excellence and give back to their communities. Many companies and ...

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Idaho wine industry booms despite setbacks in labor, land and climate (access required)

2022 proved to be a lucrative year for the Idaho wine industry with a grape harvest that was, for many farmers, almost double that of 2021.  However, Moya Dolsby, executive director of the Idaho Wine Commission, was a bit more ...

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Landlord-tenant mediation program launches in Blaine County  (access required)

Downtown Ketchum.

NeuroMediation Group, a company that specializes in conflict resolution, has announced the launch of its Housing Mediation Project, which serves Blaine County landlords and tenants. The project, which started in November and is funded by Blaine County and the City ...

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Biz ‘Bite:’ INL announces projections point to continued growth, high demand for top talent (access required)

INL Research and Education Campus

Idaho National Laboratory (INL) has announced it is projecting significant growth as it remains at the forefront of scientific innovation and technology. “With increased support for our clean energy and national security missions, it is critically important that we have ...

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Fresca Mexican Foods starts youth apprenticeship program  (access required)

Fresca Mexican Foods recently announced the hiring of two juniors at Middleton High School as part of its new nationally registered apprenticeship program. The students will work as machine operators at the company’s production plant in Caldwell. Discussions about the ...

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Year in Review: Stakeholders collaborate to address workforce challenges  (access required)

Unemployment. Labor force participation rate. Employee retention. Skilled workforce.  Continuing from 2021, Idaho’s labor market was described as “tight” all year, as Idaho Department of Labor reported in April that the state’s labor force participation rate fell from pre-pandemic levels to ...

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Industry stakeholders share current, future look at workforce, growth, and more at Forum on the Future event (access required)

Panelists tackled the (possibly) most pressing issues facing many, if not most, industries today — recruiting and retaining talent as Idaho continues to grow, with some pains — during Idaho Business Review’s annual Forum on the Future event, which intends ...

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