Jess Whiting, left, founder of the Boise chapter of StartUp Grind, has coffee with with Brooke Linville, who is working to get her startup business, IonVR, on its feet. Linville says it’s important to get help from people like Whiting for companies to start on the right path and foster good decisions and partnerships. “She helps us stay out of shark-infested waters,” Linville says.
Jess Whiting, left, founder of the Boise chapter of StartUp Grind, has coffee with with Brooke Linville, who is working to get her startup business, IonVR, on its feet. Linville says it’s important to get help from people like Whiting for companies to start on the right path and foster good decisions and partnerships. “She helps us stay out of shark-infested waters,” Linville says. Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com
Jess Whiting, left, founder of the Boise chapter of StartUp Grind, has coffee with with Brooke Linville, who is working to get her startup business, IonVR, on its feet. Linville says it’s important to get help from people like Whiting for companies to start on the right path and foster good decisions and partnerships. “She helps us stay out of shark-infested waters,” Linville says. Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com

Startup Grind links Treasure Valley techies to Silicon Valley

March 01, 2016 11:39 AM

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