September 22, 2020
The Partnership for Economic Prosperity (PEP) brings you episode 10 in the Latah 411 series. Do you love being the boss so that you can help your community?
Listen to this interview with TJ at Paradise Creek Bicycles to see why he loves his community and what he does to improve it. Do you struggle with interviewing employees? TJ tells us all about his unique way to interview potential employees to get the right fit for his business.
September 1, 2020
Do you like to support amazing causes when you make purchases? Do you like jewelry or like to buy jewelry for someone in your life? Freed Outfitters hand makes stylish jewelry to go with any outfit. Along with beautiful jewelry a portion of the profits goes to Mason's Place which is an orphanage in India. Mason's Place is in memory of dear friend's child. To learn more go to MasonsPlace.org. Most of their jewelry are in limited runs, so don't delay in checking them out! https://freedoutfitters.com/
August 25, 2020
Leadership 101 is a new series from the Partnership for Economic Prosperity (PEP). Each episode will touch on a different topic about leading a company.
Ever feel like you aren't being heard? This episode talks about how the DISC assessment teaches about different communication styles. Once you find out your employees communication style then everyone can be heard more effectively. This improves company culture and increases productivity and happiness.
August 25, 2020
Have you ever forgotten to get car maintenance done and find yourself broken down on the side of the road? Do you have a fleet of cars that you need help looking after? HoodHub is the solution for you! HoodHub will connect to the computer in your car or your fleet and track and monitor the maintenance for you! No more guessing or wondering when/if you need to take your car in.
August 11, 2020
Did your life not go as planned after college? Have you found yourself wondering what to do next? The Partnership for Economic Prosperity (PEP) interviews Shelley at the Yarn Underground about how her degree in Recreation led to owning a yarn store. As a bonus, she also dyes her own yarn and does a show and tell!
August 4, 2020
Do you need a will, but haven't done it yet? Did you know that when you turn 18 you should get a Power of Attorney?
Are you looking to start your own business, but don't know if you should make a C-Corp, S-Corp, or LLC? Listen to this interview of Ellis Eifert from Eifert Law Firm.
He explains who, what, where, when, and why to plan for the future. He also explains the steps to start a business and what kind you should start. He has some amazing advice for everyone.
July 28, 2020
Amplify, LLC provides marketing that focuses on social media, video, and community engagement. Their goal is to build your brand recognition and awareness by using proven strategies to AMPLIFY your customer engagement.
July 21, 2020
Kitchen Counter is a specialty food business in downtown Moscow, Idaho. Their philosophy is that food should be simple, freshly made, affordable, come from their backyard (the Palouse) when possible and, of course, delicious! The menu at the Counter changes often to reflect what is locally available and in season.
July 14, 2020
BlackBird at the Depot is an art shop in Potlatch, Idaho that specializes in locally made products and vintage finds and is curated by local artist Karen Rohn. It's a great place to buy a gift, pick up a painting by Karen, or find that just right item to add to your collection. Karen is constantly changing it up, bringing in new ideas. Pull into the sleepy town of Potlatch and find the Depot, right across from the grocery store and the statue of Big Foot.
July 7, 2020
Jeff Geier, a coach, trainer, and speaker at Influence: Power to Lead talks about how he got started as a business and life coach. He gives advice to increase employee satisfaction and communication.