An 18-year-old entrepreneur

Morgan Strohmann is co-owner of Beyond the Boundary Computers in Grand Forks, B.C.

Morgan Strohmann is co-owner of Beyond the Boundary Computers in Grand Forks, B.C. — Photo courtesy Morgan Strohmann

Most 18-year-olds are looking for freedom and independence, not responsibility and obligations. Morgan Strohmann is not a typical teenager. The young entrepreneur is already co-owner of the brand new business, Beyond the Boundary Computers, in Grand Forks, B.C., a professional retailer and servicer of computer technology for small business and commercial applications.

“I’ve always taken a great interest in business technologies and support,” Strohmann said. “I enjoy creating things that are easy to use and understand for the client. All businesses need access to technology on a day-to-day basis and my mission is to provide those services to them at a reasonable cost while at the same time providing great quality and assurance.”

Beyond the Boundary Computers may be based in Grand Forks, but its reach stretches all the way from Rock Creek to Christina Lake, with satisfied clients scattered everywhere in between. 

Kyle Born

Kyle Born is a writer for Kootenay Business and his initials match that of the magazine—it must be fate that brought them together. View all of Kyle Born’s articles

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