Three Kootenay regional districts recognized for Accelerate Kootenays initiativeby Julie Matchett
What’s new in Kootenay business
The Kootenay communities live and breathe creativity, ingenuity, and talent. From the colourful summer markets of Invermere to the tailored boutiques in Nelson, it’s the people behind the scenes that make business in the Kootenays something to be proud of.
Are you a business owner—or know of a business—in the Kootenays with something new and exciting happening with the company? Please submit your information, and we will follow up with you for a possible entry on this page.
Recent Business Beat articles
Celebrating Kootenay biodiversity, the GLOWS program is part of Science Literary Week 2020by Julie Matchett
The Heritage Inn Hotel & Convention Centre welcomes Jennifer Bouchard to the teamby Julie Matchett
A community survey is being conducted to help develop a vision of Castlegar’s futureby Julie Matchett
Many diverse companies and businesses call the Kootenay area home. Fill out our form with your business information if you have over 50 employees.
Wildsight is hosting fun summer day camps for kids ages seven to 12by Julie Matchett
A new store in downtown Cranbrook is turning up the coolness factor with their frozen yogurt treatsby Julie Matchett
Born out of a desire to connect connect tech companies, innovators and entrepreneurs with the support they need, the Nelson Innovation Centre is now open.by Julie Matchett
PropertyGuys.com franchise owners, Simon and Stephanie Jones, take home gold at the recent Canadian Franchise Association awardsby Julie Matchett
Low-interest loans, wage subsidies and tuition funding are among the support measures being offered to the region’s businesses and residents.by Julie Matchett
The B.C. government is hosting a free webinar to answer questions about free trade and the province's Small Business Venture Capital program.by Julie Matchett
With students and teachers poised to return to school, how will the future of education post-pandemic look?by Julie Matchett
$11.7 million in new funding is available for businesses and community services affected by the ongoing pandemicby Julie Matchett
B.C.’s small businesses make recommendations on the types of support they would like to see from governmentsby Julie Matchett