Spokane Arts is proud to be a part of Live Local INW! See below for more information from the Live Local INW website.
What is Live Local?
Live Local is part of a movement to reconnect local residents to their local economies by developing a digital Live Local Marketplace. This serves as a place for local consumers and businesses to find each other, and to help drive local dollars back into our communities at this critical time of economic recovery. The financial support for Live Local started with the City of Spokane and CARES Act funds, but now includes diverse regional partners including the State of Washington Department of Commerce and Innovia Foundation.
What’s Live Local All About?
With all the uncertainty in America and the world, it’s more important than ever to support our local economies right here at home.
The vision of Live Local INW is to make our entire region stronger and more resilient. We help our neighbors more easily circulate their wealth in the community by finding and connecting local and regional businesses. By providing direct support to local businesses, we also help them grow and adapt so our communities remain resilient.
Love Shopping Small?
We take the guesswork out of buying local. Through the easy-to-navigate Live Local Marketplace you can quickly find what you need. Every dollar you spend with a Live Local business keeps going to create value for numerous others in the community.
Free Listings for INW Businesses
If you are a business in the greater Spokane or Palouse area, we’ve created a place just for you.
Now, you can include your business in our Live Local Directory to connect directly with customers looking for the best products and services from right here in the Inland Northwest.
Creating a profile for your business only takes 10 minutes – click the button below to join our directory!
Can any business list on the Live Local Marketplace?
Live Local INW provides services that benefit independent and locally-owned businesses that are part of welcoming communities across the Spokane and Palouse regions. Startups, micro, and home-based businesses, as well as women, minority, veteran, and LGBTQ+ owned businesses are especially encouraged to utilize the Live Local Marketplace. Live Local INW partners reserve the right to remove any listing or business from the free services provided.