The event saw students pitch everything from automotive diagnostic apps to sophisticated branding companies, in a fast paced live show format.
Susan Clovechok supports the vision of the Columbia Valley Chamber of Commerce to have a thriving economy and an engaged business community.
Word-of-mouth from satisfied clients has grown Robin’s Ink & Taxes from a one-woman show to a thriving, seven-women accounting centre.
Janet Mueller, owner of Olde Koots Vintage in Kimberley, gives her expertise on what works and what doesn’t when it comes to antiques
Good communication, multi-generational involvement, creativity and fun are the tools of the Grand Forks Downtown Business Association.
Junior Dragons Den is a youth-based business competition that encourages entrepreneurial skills among students from Grade 7 to college and university level.
“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.
Seasons Property Care Ltd. is a new service for the convenience of Christina Lake property owners.
A visit to Refinery 180 Consignment brings fun and profit to the serious work of recycling.
Thanks to a successful asset management plan and proven performance, Grand Forks, B.C., is a good candidate for project funding.
The Nakusp & District Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Centre is central to the community’s function.
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