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10/31/2004 - Terabyte Tidbits

Eastern Washington University Continues "Incubator without Walls"
Saturday, November 6, 2004. Dr. Vince Pascal, professor of marketing, and Dr. Robert Schwartz, distinguished professor of entrepreneurship, will talk on small firm marketing and "growing your business for success" Saturday at "incubator without walls." The College of Business and Public Administration at Eastern Washington University will hold its second in a series of business "incubator without walls" seminars from 8 a.m. until noon in the auditorium, room 122, of the Riverpoint campus, N 668 Riverpoint Blvd. Refreshments will be available at no cost. For more information contact Terry Sanchez 358 2208, or

SITSA Presents "Do Computers Help Us Vote?"
Tuesday, November 9, 2004. Ever since Walden W. O'Dell, CEO of Diebold, a major manufacturer of voting machines sent out a fund-raising letter expressing support for President Bush, commentators have noticed that all is not well with computer-assisted voting. This talk is a quick look at promises and problems as well as a glance at how other countries count votes. The talk will be presented by Paul De Palma. De Palma is a professor of computer science at Gonzaga. He writes frequently about the social implications of computer technology. The meeting begins with socializing: 5:30 pm; presentation: 6:00 pm. at Gonzaga University, Herak Hall, Room 301, 3rd floor 502 E. Boone Ave. Spokane, Washington 99258. Parking is available on Sharp and the surrounding neighborhood. On campus parking requires a pass.

EWU's Business Resource Center Presents Economic Development Talk
Wednesday, Nov. 10, 2004. As part of its Prominent Speaker Series, the Eastern Washington University College of Business and Public Administration, and the entrepreneurial programs at Gonzaga University and Whitworth College will present a free public presentation on "The History of Economic Development in Spokane," by Shaun OL. Higgins, director of marketing and sales for The Spokesman-Review. The talk will be from 6-7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 10, in the auditorium (room 122) of the Phase One Classroom Building at the Riverpoint campus in Spokane, N. 668 Riverpoint Blvd. For information about Higgins' Nov. 10 free public presentation, contact Terry Sanchez at (509) 358-2208 or

IRS Schedule C for Sole Proprietors Free Workshop
Tuesday, November 16, 2004. The U.S. Small Business Administration and the IRS are collaborating to provide a free workshop, "Schedule C for Sole Proprietors" in Spokane SBA's Training Center at 801 West Riverside Avenue on Tuesday, November 16th from 8:30 am - 12:30 pm. Call 509-353-2800 to register. This workshop will focus on issues important to sole proprietors such as federal tax responsibilities, business income and expenses, self-employment tax, estimating tax payments, avoiding tax penalties, and record keeping tips. Learn what is deductible, what can be depreciated, what counts as business use of your home, and which forms to file.

EDC Sponsors the 7th Annual Economic Forecast
Presented by Inland Northwest Partners, Journal of Business, and Spokane Regional Chamber of Commerce, speakers include Dr. Steven A. Wood, president and chief economist of Insight Economic; Dr. John W. Mitchell, economist, western region, for U.S. Bancorp.; and Dr. Grant Forsyth, assistant professor of economics, at Eastern Washington University. This event will take place on Thursday, November 18 from 7:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. at the Davenport Hotel. To register please visit

Hogan Business Plan Competition Expands
Thanks to a generous grant from the Herbert B. Jones Foundation of Seattle, the 2004-2005 GU Business Plan Competition will be conducted in collaboration with the Eastern Washington University Center for Entrepreneurship Activities and the Whitworth College School of Commerce and Global Management. The competition will be open to all graduate and undergraduate students at these three institutions. A record total of $42,500 in prize money will be available in three categories: Student-Generated (for original student ideas), Community-Based (for students working on ideas from entrepreneurs in the community), and Social Enterprises (for students creating non-profits or working with existing non-profits in the community.

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