Beth Ineck Joins BVEP

Jun 10, 2021


BOISE, ID - Boise Valley Economic Partnership (BVEP) announced today that Beth Ineck has been hired as Director of Economic Development and will begin that role in July.

June 10, 2021
For Immediate Release

BETH INECK JOINS BOISE VALLEY ECONOMIC PARTNERSHIP

BOISE, ID - Boise Valley Economic Partnership (BVEP) announced today that Beth Ineck has been hired as Director of Economic Development and will begin that role in July.

Ineck comes from the City of Nampa, where she served as their Economic Development Director for the past 8 years.

“We are so fortunate to have Beth join the BVEP family. Her extraordinary work and winning results in the City of Nampa have proven she is one of the few elite economic developers in the nation,” said Clark Krause, BVEP Executive Director. “I cannot wait to see how she will help the Boise Metro continue to bring higher wage jobs and community investment into the region and the state of Idaho. Being a regional based organization, we can look forward to Beth’s expertise benefiting all of our metro’s communities.”

As Nampa’s Economic Development Director, Ineck played an integral role in the recruitment of Amazon, Autoval, Go Go Squeeze by Materne, and Mother Earth Brew Co, among many others. She facilitated more than $750 million in business investment and created more than 5,000 jobs. In 2020, Ineck was recognized as Idaho’s Economic Development Professional of the Year.

Nampa Mayor Debbie Kling said, "Over the past 14 years, Beth Ineck has created a wonderful legacy in Nampa which will benefit our community for years to come. While we are sad to see Beth go, I am excited for Beth as she moves into her new role. BVEP serves a very important role in economic development for the Treasure Valley and the City of Nampa. Beth will continue to serve our community, just in a different capacity.”

About Boise Valley Economic Partnership

The Boise Valley Economic Partnership (BVEP) is the regional economic development organization for the Boise Valley, representing the southwestern Idaho counties of Ada, Boise, Canyon, Gem and Owyhee, and including the capitol city of Boise. With a long-term mission of creating jobs, attracting new businesses to the region and encouraging investment in the community, BVEP is actively involved in the economic vitality of the Boise Valley, and is dedicated to maintaining and enhancing the quality of life for businesses and families alike. For more information, visit www.bvep.org.