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2020 Women of the Year reflect Idaho’s growth, diversity

2019 Women of the Year

After receiving more than 220 nominations and a record number of completed applications from women around the state, the Idaho Business Review is proud to announce its 2020 Women of the Year. Competition was fierce, and the panel noted great ...

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Keto-friendly retail grows in Treasure Valley (access required)

Donuts from The Fit Donut in Meridian

Despite the popularity of the paleo diet and keto-friendly foods, businesses that cater to this market segment are still scarce. While Boise’s Killer Creamery has placed its keto-friendly ice cream on grocery store shelves, two other young businesses are now ...

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Galena Capital adds third partner (access required)

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Galena Capital, a Boise-based investment bank that formed in April, has added a third partner. The third partner is Juan Carlos Duque, a graduate from the Wharton School, who served as the chief executive officer of the Gina Cucina food ...

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Boise businesses express support for Mayor-elect McLean (access required)

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After 16 years, you get used to a person, but Boise businesses say they are looking forward to working with new mayor Lauren McLean. It’s not like McLean, who soundly beat four-term Boise Mayor Dave Bieter, is a stranger. McLean ...

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Aberdeen alfalfa business receives technical help from INL (access required)

Green Gold, a company based in Aberdeen, Idaho, asked for help from INL’s Biomass Characterization Laboratory to separate nutrient-rich alfalfa leaves from the stalks baled as hay. An Aberdeen company is hoping to expand the market for alfalfa hay by ...

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Boise is the top housing market for 2020

The online version of this article was updated on Dec. 12 to clarify the relationship between Realtor.com, the National Association of Realtors and Move Inc. Boise has grabbed the No. 1 spot as the hottest residential housing market in the ...

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Boise audiovisual integrator Neurilink to get its own office (access required)

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Editor’s note: This article was updated on Dec. 12 to correct a misidentified photograph. Neurilink is moving out on its own after the Boise-based audiovisual integration company has had a banner year. Previously, Neurilink shared space on Americana Blvd. with OEC, a ...

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Idaho AGC announces awards and officers (access required)

Tracy and Margaret Hopkins were the joint recipients of the Idaho AGC Associate of the Year award. Left to right: Idaho AGC CEO Wayne Hammon, 2019 chapter president Zach Higgins and Tracy Hopkins.

The Idaho chapter of the Associated General Contractors held their annual meeting and year-end gala on Dec. 5 in Boise. The annual meeting marked the turnover of the chapter’s officers. It also included reports from its CEO, treasurer and lobbyists. ...

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