Spokane Public Library’s Bloomberg Terminal temporarily moved to sp3nw offices in U-District’s Ignite Building
The Spokane Public Library and sp3nw, WSU Health Sciences Spokane’s early-stage life science business incubator, are pleased to announce that sp3nw will host the Spokane Public Library’s Bloomberg Terminal in the Ignite Building at 120 N. Pine St. until the reopening of the Spokane Public Library’s Central Library (reopening date anticipated to occur in spring, 2022).
Additionally, sp3nw will host regular office hours for the Spokane Public Library’s Business Research Librarian, Mark Pond.
Aligned with the award-winning and expansive set of business research tools available on www.spokanebusiness.org, the Bloomberg Terminal is a unique tool allowing local businesses to glean market intelligence that is difficult to source elsewhere. Bloomberg provides access to an enormous wealth of real-time financial and business information and Spokane Public Library is one of two public libraries in the nation to offer this service. Through a recently awarded EDA grant for building a Flexible Infrastructure for Resilient Entrepreneurship (FIRE), sp3nw is supporting the subscription cost of both the Bloomberg Terminal as well as the Spokane Public Library’s PitchBook subscription.
To book a time to meet with Mark for a business research consultation, click the “Business Consultation with Mark” box here.
About Spokane Public Library
Spokane Public Library aims to inspire a thriving city through cultural and educational opportunities. An award-winning library that spans six branches and houses nearly half-a-million items, Spokane Public Library circulates nearly two million items and welcomes one million visitors annually. Customers can enjoy traditional library media and can also access digital downloads, databases, historical collections, art exhibits and interesting free programming.
For general information about the library, please visit www.spokanelibrary.org or call us at 509-4445300.
sp3nw is a life sciences incubator located in the University District of Spokane. In alignment with the land grant mission of WSU, sp³nw supports the bench to business, and business to consumer paradigm. We help to grow companies with innovative new products in Spokane and the Inland Northwest.
For general information about sp3nw, visit www.sp3nw.org or email firstname.lastname@example.org.