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Biz ‘Bite:’ DEEI acquires Rock Solid Civil    (access required)

Read More IBR Headlines David Evans Enterprises Inc. (DEEI), a professional services consulting and staffing firm headquartered in Portland, Oregon, acquired Rock Solid Civil LLC (RSC), a civil engineering firm in Boise on Oct. 28. RSC employees have joined David ...

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Biz ‘Bite:’ Idaho to offer funding for small business exporters  (access required)

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Read More IBR Headlines The state of Idaho has received a State Trade Expansion Program (STEP) grant of $319,000 to support the growth of Idaho small business exporters. The grant will fund projects occurring between Sept. 30, 2022 and Sept. ...

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Olson shares career journey, current look at Western States Equipment (access required)

There are a few key reasons why Kelly Olson is now leading Western States Equipment.  She learned what her passions were. First, Olson knew she wanted to pursue an education in finance, so she got her degree in accounting. She ...

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Share Farm selected for Partner to Empower Program in Idaho  (access required)

Brookfield Properties’ Partner to Empower program recently selected Share Farm to open a new brick-and-mortar location at Boise Towne Square.   Share Farm’s mission is to improve small farm distribution, agronomic practices, quality and food safety management to bring farm ...

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Hawley Troxell shares forward look as new attorneys join the firm (access required)

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Hawley Troxell will now have an expanded presence in Coeur d’Alene and a new presence in Spokane and Yakima as approximately 30 attorneys from Witherspoon Kelley are joining the firm. The move, announced in mid-November, is intended to expand and ...

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IMA hosts trade show and conference for companies to ‘reinvent and reimagine’ going into 2023 (access required)

Read More Business Headlines Manufacturers need to know that “We are entering a new era of demographic decline, lower trade levels, labor shortages and higher cost structures.” Why? Because “We are transitioning out of an economic era where abundant global ...

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2 credit unions focused on the technology industry open in Idaho  (access required)

Two credit unions geared toward the technology industry, each headquartered in San Jose, California, have expanded in Idaho, one with a brick-and-mortar branch and another online.  They are First Tech Federal Credit Union, which opened a branch in Eagle, and ...

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New health tech startup Switchboard Health launching in Boise (access required)

Switchboard Health is a new digital health startup that was launched in early November. Based in Boise, the company’s launch was announced by Route 66 Ventures, a Virginia-based health technology venture capital firm. The concept for Switchboard Health initially incubated ...

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Dragon Fly Tarps named Small Business of the Month   (access required)

Dragon Fly Tarps is rooted in a love for the great outdoors. The company, which creates tarps/awnings for outdoor activities, began in 2003, when owner Matt Nelson saw the need for a product that would be more versatile and offer ...

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