— Roberto Tostes photo
Brenda Palmer believes that we should value our time as much or more than we do our money, and invest both wisely.
Co-founders Julie Taylor and Natasha Benson recently opened Cranbrook's first dedicated cold-pressed juicery called The Raw House.
“I think passionate people can get a lot done if you just give them some appropriate direction and let them run with their ideas.” —Jen Comer
Michelle Cubin’s essential oil business, Healing Hollow, continues to spread across the East Kootenay
Kicking Horse Coffee is one of the Kootenay’s largest employers with over 110 people working out of the company's Invermere manufacturing facility.
Skynet and Kinetic Wireless, which owns 25 Rogers & Fido stores in B.C., is expanding to serve the Kootenays.
The company made the Top 10 Most Innovative Products appearing on shelves of B.C. grocery stores, as selected by a panel of food experts.
A year into his new business venture, Ryan Haynes is enjoying his increased investment and involvement in the community of Invermere.
Janet Mueller, owner of Olde Koots Vintage in Kimberley, gives her expertise on what works and what doesn’t when it comes to antiques
“We want every single client who walks out of the store to be in love with the clothing they’re taking home,” said France Andestad.
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