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Idaho loan fund set up for ‘nearly bankable’ businesses

Telaya Wine Co. owners Earl and Carrie Sullivan opened their new Garden City winery with a loan from Montana & Idaho Community Development Corp. Here they are hosting a reception for the Missoula-based lender to "nearly bankable businesses." Photo courtesy of Montana & Idaho CDC.

Missoula-based Montana & Idaho Community Development Corp. and Boise-based Capital Matrix have set up a fund dedicated to loans for Idaho businesses. Both nonprofits specialize in financing “nearly bankable” business that can’t get bank loans. Capital Matrix supplied a $150,000 ...

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Montana/Idaho CDC loan volume soars in Idaho (access required)

In its first year with a one-man Boise office, the Montana & Idaho Community Development Corp. issued a larger volume of small business loans in Idaho than in its home state of Montana. The Missoula-based small business lender gave out ...

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Customedica Pharmacy opens a second shop in Boise (access required)

Customedica Pharmacy has a new store at 19th and State streets in Boise. Photo courtesy of Customedica Pharmacy.

The independent, locally owned Customedica Pharmacy opened its second Treasure Valley location Dec. 5 at 1915 W. State St. at the west edge of downtown Boise. The second Customedica comes 14 years after owner Shah Afshar opened his first Customedica ...

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Montana and Idaho CDC unveils its new name (access required)

Montana & Idaho Community Development Corp. added Idaho to its name on June 6. Image courtesy of Montana & Idaho CDC.

The Montana Community Development Corp. formally changed its name June 6 to Montana & Idaho Community Development Corp. after informally adopting the Idaho name earlier this year already. Montana CDC had completed $93 million in five New Market Tax Credit ...

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Ketchum Innovation Center to move downtown (access required)

Jon Duval launched the Ketchum Innovation Center in February 2014 in a sandstone building reminiscent of a European castle. File photo.

The Ketchum Innovation Center will move downtown in early summer. Established in February 2014, the center quickly outgrew its 5,000-square-foot quarters in a rustic sandstone structure at the entrance to Ketchum’s Northwood Business Park. The new location at First Avenue ...

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