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10/31/2004 - Terabyte Triangle Welcomes Inland Catalyst

The premier issue of Inland Catalyst is now on the stands. Created by publishers Vince Bozzi and Greg Green, Inland Catalyst's goal is "to help connect the dots between the winning businesses in our region and foster the kind of teamwork that creates synergy." The magazine will specialize in the connection between business and technology. The publishers plan to "offer advice, explore trends, and introduce the real players in the local business world." The magazine will publish bi-monthly. Inland Catalyst is available at Hastings, Barnes & Noble, Aunties, and Borders.

According to Vince Bozzi, Inland Catalyst was created to tell the world that the Inland Northwest is beautiful, has high quality of life, and is a good place to do business. Inland Catalyst intends to spotlight local businesses and the people behind them. To showcase business and technology people who have risen up --- many against long odds --- to put the entire Inland Northwest on the map. "For example, I didn't realize until the other day that allergy vaccines were originated in Spokane by Hollister-Stier," says Bozzi. "We need to celebrate these achievements and incorporate them into the story of the Spokane region. We all need to know about and feel more positive about our multitude of accomplishments and have increased optimism about our future."

Inland Catalyst plans to help Inland Northwest businesses run more profitably and effectively by providing the nuts and bolts of improving business. They'll do this in much the same way as Fortune Small Business or Inc. magazines, but will have a local angle and use local sources. "We can provide local contacts, phone numbers, and names," says Bozzi.

Greg Green of OneEighty Networks and Inland Catalyst co publisher also saw the need for a regional business and technology magazine. "My interest," says Green, "was to have a vehicle to give Spokane, the Tri-Cities, and other Inland Northwest communities a reason to communicate. I believe that Spokane has sought ways to link together with other communities, but until now, hasn't had a process or vehicle to facilitate that. Inland Catalyst will be that vehicle. Our communities can only benefit from this kind of partnering and exchange of information."

To learn more about subscribing, advertising, or sending letters to the editor of Inland Catalyst, visit www.inlandcatalyst.com. Bozzi also publishes Spokane Coeur d'Alene Living.

To learn more about OneEighty Networks, visit http://www.go180.net/.

Billie Moreland
 
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