Spokane Valley Partners
Economic development in Spokane Valley is supported by a large group of organizations that partner with Spokane Valley Economic Development to benefit business and create and ideal environment for economic success.
Founded in 1889, Avista engages in energy production, transmission, distribution and other energy-related activities.
|Community Indicators Initiative of Spokane|
The Community Indicators Initiative of Spokane is an online community resource offering a centralized location to learn more about Spokane County. Over 185 indicators are highlighted, supported by trusted, reliable sources and continually updated.
|Greater Spokane Incorporated|
Greater Spokane Incorporated is the designated economic development organization for Spokane County. Its mission is to grow jobs and business investment in the region.
|Greater Spokane Valley Chamber of Commerce|
The Greater Spokane Valley Chamber of Commerce has dedicated its mission to serving businesses, improving community vitality, and fueling economic prosperity.
Impact Washington (formerly Washington Manufacturing Services) strengthens Washington manufacturers to make them more globally competitive through its manufacturing experts and network of industry resources.
The Innovate Washington Foundation is a non-profit organization focused on growing the innovation-based economic sectors of the state.
The City of Spokane Valley is working in partnership with Spokane County Health District, the State of Washington and the restaurant community to improve entrepreneurs’ experience starting and operating restaurants.
The SCORE Spokane, Chapter 180 is organized for the sole purpose of strengthening the small business community.
|Small Business Administration|
The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) was created in 1953 as an independent agency of the federal government to aid, counsel, assist and protect the interests of small business concerns.
The SNAP mission is to provide access to needed resources and help people of low income make connections that create opportunities to work toward self-sufficiency.
|Spokane Sports Commission|
Founded in 1989, the Spokane Sports Commission is a non-profit, economic development organization responsible for recruiting, retaining and facilitating sports events for the Spokane region.
Startup Spokane is the region’s first stop for startup and entrepreneurial support, providing you the resources you need to grow and thrive.
As the primary programmatic arm for travel and tourism promotion for the region, Visit Spokane leads Spokane’s tourism industry to work together to generate visitor spending by developing and implementing comprehensive destination marketing and sales programs.
|Washington Business Development Centers|
The Washington Small Business Development Center (WSBDC) is a network of business advisors, trainers, and support staff who assist clients with making better informed business decisions to grow and sustain their businesses.
|Washington Department of Commerce|
The Washington State Department of Commerce’s mission is to grow and improve jobs in Washington State by championing thriving communities, a prosperous economy and sustainable infrastructure. It helps strengthen communities by bringing together people and resources.
|Workforce Development Council|
The Spokane Area Workforce Development Council is a business-led board that works to identify and fill gaps in the local workforce by bringing together businesses, government, labor, education, economic development and community-based organizations.