The Boise Co-op has hired Michelle Andersen as its first-ever CEO, leading a staff of 230 people at its flagship North End store and its second store in The Village at Meridian.
Andersen previously led branding and operations at QuickFish, a fast-casual restaurant startup, and she worked for 20 years at Starbucks, most recently Mountain West regional director.
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Colliers International Idaho, the commercial real estate company, has named Jim Shipman as managing partner, market leader and co-owner, succeeding George Iliff, the managing owner since 2001.
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Iliff will stay on as a co-owner and broker handling community outreach. Thirteen sales professionals will now share in the firm’s ownership. The company has 30 sales and 20 property-management professionals in four Idaho offices.
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QuickMar, an Eagle company that provides medication management for pharmacies, senior living centers and other customers in the post-acute care market, has been purchased by PointClickCare Technologies, a Canadian company.
QuickMar was founded in 2007 by Stan Turner, who developed medication-management software in 2003, and Reed DeMordaunt.