The Kootenays are home to some spectacular properties, as this Top 10 list proves.
Keith Powell’s writer profile
Keith Powell is the publisher and founder of Kootenay Business magazine which is part of the Koocanusa Publications group. He has written a regular sales and marketing column, called Ad Talk, in Kootenay Business magazine for over 30 years. He is a board member of Kootenay Rockies Tourism.
E-mail Keith if you have a business story idea.
Most recent articles by Keith Powell
In this podcast, realtor Luke Mori discusses real estate trends in Nelson and Kootenay Lake with Kootenay Business magazine publisher Keith Powell
Jason Wheeldon, one of Cranbrook's leading realtors, provides insight into real estate trends in Cranbrook.
We are pleased to have the honourable Bill Bennett as our special guest.
Jason Wheeldon shares his insight on the dynamic Cranbrook real estate market—4 trends not to miss and why it's a good time for a market evaluation.
Jason Wheeldon talks about recent trends in the Cranbrook real estate market & why winter is a good time to buy a home
The first-ever Kootenay Manufacturing Awards pay tribute to the entrepreneurial spirit in the field of manufacturing.
Jason Wheeldon shares recent trends in the Cranbrook real estate market & adds some valuable tips for first time home buyers.
The entrepreneurial spirit is alive and well says Kevin Wilson, Kimberley’s economic development officer.
Cranbrook realtor, Jason Wheeldon, shares some tips on how to get top dollar for your house.
What economic impact does the Kootenay Ice have on Cranbrook?
Winning awards is nothing new for Cranbrook-based New Dawn Developments.
This multi-faceted artist also does commission work and gives art lessons
The Kimberley Chamber of Commerce held a gala event on Saturday, October 24th, 2015 at the Kimberley Conference Center.
Kimberley is seeing many unique and specialized businesses opening in the quaint mountain town.
The Kootenays attract many unique and eclectic businesses - here are 9 thriving ventures up for sale.
30 years for Kootenay Business magazine
Marsha Walden spoke at the recent Kootenay Rockies Tourism Industry Conference held at Invermere’s Copperpoint Resort.
Apple Computer sales leader, Ian Selbie, based in Vancouver presented a sales training seminar in both Cranbrook and Nelson.
Travellers to and from the airport can again get a hot meal or a cool beverage before heading off to their final destination.
Damon Colgan has been appointed as New Executive Director at Cranbrook’s Canadian Museum of Rail Travel.
Replaced a number of years ago with Kootenay Rockies branding, it was interesting to see the Kootenay Country brand reappear.
Denham Ford’s new state-of-the-art automotive Ford dealership is slated for completion in mid-2013.