“We believe that human service organizations are doing the right thing for the right reason. Our mission is to help them do it the right way.”
the price of housing is outpacing local wages
Each report — taken individually — indicates what we already know.
hear me now?
You thought it was just smaller carts, right?
Hotel group consolidation continues
Haunted travel can make Halloween frighteningly fun. A few hotels to check out if you’re interested in a good fright’s sleep.
It seems like nearly every day there’s a news story or statistic proclaiming Idaho as one of the best places to live, raise a family, and grow a business. Idaho is all those things and more, and people across the country are taking notice. Just this past August, Idaho received an ‘A’ rating in small business friendliness from Thumbtack, and in a new study from American Express, Idaho earned a spot in the Top Five for “economic clout” of women-run businesses, defined as an increase in the number of women-owned firms and their growth in employment and revenue.
PEAK Health & Wellness Center is still innovating after 37 years.
Security No. 1 concern at IRS
Generation Z — those born between the mid-1990s and early 2000s — is the next wave of Americans to hit adulthood and change how people work.
How can a business be more customer friendly, more in touch with customers, and more focused on prompt solutions to each unique customer in a cost-effective manner? Digital interaction with customers via web, mobile, social media and text is the only manner for a company to have personalized, prompt, and value rich engagements at scale. Digital interactions can be a gold mine or become a literal trap if they are not executed with the specific needs and preferences of the customer in mind.
As a newspaperman, I’ve sat with CEOs and executives of all stripes. I’ve met a dozen or so billionaires. (Yawn, mostly.) In my own business career, I’ve pitched three-comma deals on Wall Street and Sand Hill Road. I’ve had the chance to work with a range of companies, from gutty little online startups to mom-and-pop shops on Main Street.
Hard work has always opened doors.
November is a month we tend to be more introspective, grateful for all that we have, and the opportunities we are exposed to. I firmly believe all good things start with a grateful heart.
Is Avista a good investment?
It’s never too late.
Water is wet. The sun rises in the east.
The editors of Hotels magazine keep their eyes on hospitality trends. Here’s a sample of what they’re predicting for the industry: