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Sandra Albers writer profile
Sandra Albers is a staff writer at Kootenay Business magazine. Since 2007, she has enjoyed hearing about new businesses, expanding businesses and unique businesses, as well as learning more about the long-time successes in the business community of the Kootenays. She writes, as well as copy edits and proofreads, for both magazine and website, and welcomes input from our readers.
Email Sandra if you have a story idea for any of the following:
At Work, a Q & A column that focuses on the people behind some of the area's long-running, successful companies;
Business Beat, a page of short, business-related announcements (new businesses, new owners, new locations, major expansions, business awards);
Around the Region, a page in Kootenay Business magazine that highlights some of the more unique businesses and entrepreneurial initiatives in the East and West Kootenay, as well as Columbia Valley and Boundary regions.
Sandra believes that success inspires success, and looks forward to hearing what makes your business special.
Most recent articles by Sandra Albers
Safe Travels travel insurance broker Shelagh Redecopp offers some sound advice for snowbirds wanting to be sure they have proper coverage
B.C. Premier Christy Clark spoke to a record crowd at the June 23 chamber of commerce luncheon in Cranbrook, B.C.
Rachel Ross, vice-president with Mandala Homes in Nelson, B.C., is a caring as well as influential woman in business
Lea Scherck is an influential businesswoman in the West Kootenay who believes in the value of mentorship.
There are positives in the Canadian economy but inter-provincial trade barriers need to come down, industry minister says.
Federal Minister of Industry James Moore believes supporting arts and culture results in financial gains
B.C. Premier Christy Clark believes liquid natural gas (LNG) projects are a natural fit in British Columbia.
Canadian politican, diplomat and broadcaster Stephen Lewis urges all levels of government to take climate change seriously.
Five speakers at the September 2013 Union of B.C. Municipalities convention spoke about improving the public discourse.