SP3NW’s Flexible Infrastructure for Resilient Entrepreneurship releases regional Impact Report

SP3NW has released the Flexible Infrastructure for Resilient Entrepreneurship (FIRE) Impact Report, which highlights the outcomes of SP3NW’s early pilot programs including executive advisors, student consultants, workforce networks and angel education.

The programs resulted in a sustainable business incubator, over 55 startups supported, the emergence of Evergreen Bioscience Innovation Cluster, and a robust networking of the regional life science ecosystem.

FIRE is led by WSU business incubator, SP3NW, located in Spokane. The Spokane region is the hub of the Inland Northwest, serving a population of almost 2 million people from Eastern Washington, across the North Idaho panhandle, to Western Montana. Our goal is to enhance translation of nascent technologies into products to improve people’s lives. This begins with identifying and addressing ecosystem gaps.

Check out the full report here.