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A word with Janessa White, co-founder of Simply Eloped

Started in 2016 in Idaho by a young couple seeing a shift towards elopements instead of traditional weddings, Simply Eloped got ahead of the curve and offered a unique service: planning small weddings and destination weddings for couples seeking something ...

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A Word with Peter J. Smith IV of Smith + Malek on the CARES Act

COVID-19 has presented unprecedented challenges to many small business owners, but fortunately, the recently passed CARES Act is offering a lifeline. Still, the federal stimulus bill and the legal implications of the outbreak can be complicated to navigate. Idaho law firm ...

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Idaho Business Out Loud interview: Moya Shatz Dolsby, Executive Director of the Idaho Wine Commission

Moya Shatz Dolsby, of the Idaho Wine Commission

Spreading the message “Drink local” is one of Moya Shatz Dolsby’s missions. As the executive director of the Idaho Wine Commission, she works to provide support and education to local wine growers, secure funding and market Idaho wines. Idaho’s wine ...

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A word with Alan Reed of Reed’s Dairy (access required)

Milk consumption has dropped throughout the country and many family dairy farms have gone out of business. Yet Reed’s Dairy is expanding. Reed’s Dairy is a family-owned business located on U.S. Highway 20 next to the Idaho Falls airport. The company ...

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A word with LeAnn Hume, senior director and retail/investment specialist at Cushman Wakefield (access required)

Inventory, inventory, inventory — specifically the lack thereof — was a major theme of the 2020 Building Owners & Managers Association of Idaho symposium last month. LeAnn Hume, a senior director and retail/investment specialist at the Boise office of Cushman & Wakefield ...

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A word with Matthew Mazzotta, Westside Urban Park artist (access required)

Matthew Mazzotta has built a national reputation with quirky urban art pieces. Now he’s been selected to create a piece for the new Westside Urban Park in downtown Boise, which will begin construction this summer. Often described as a social practice ...

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A word with Nick van Santen, Associate Director, Experiential Learning at Boise State University Career Services

In many industries, an internship is a critical means to get a foot in the door and launch a successful career, but those coveted spots can be hard to secure. Fortunately, Boise State University is connecting more and more students ...

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