Biz Blog takes a winter break!

It is always a privilege to share with our Kootenay Business audience what's new and exciting in business in the region.

Winter scene, forest in background, stump covered in snow in foreground.

— Photo courtesy Kootenay Business

Thank you for following Kootenay Biz Blog throughout 2017.  It is one of the most popular features on the Kootenay Business website.

It is always a privilege to share with our Kootenay Business audience what's new and exciting in business in the region — new business announcements, developments, expansions and other pertinent business-related news throughout the year. This definitely shows the dynamic nature of commercial enterprises, large and small, throughout the Kootenay/Columbia region.

We welcome your input and suggestions. Please contact me directly at [email protected]

Kootenay Biz Blog will take a winter break for the next couple of weeks. It will return on Tuesday, January 2nd, 2018.

Thank you and all the very best,

Keith Powell, publisher
Kootenay Business magazine

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