Hellbent Geothermal is a leading-edge company offering geothermal systems in the East Kootenay, where the potential for this green energy is overflowingby Virginia Rasch
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Pacific Insights Electronics in Nelson may be small-town based, but the company has a global reach.
Ever thought of owning your own business and living the Kootenay lifestyle? Here is a sampling of businesses available in the area.
The choice of accommodation through Airbnb in the Kootenays is vast, as proven by this Top 20 list of available rentals.
Our research rewarded us with information about a few of Nelson’s most influential business people.by Marie Milner
Jana Skerlak is a small business owner helping other small business owners build their online presence
Tips and tricks for the future entrepreneurby Louis Bockner
We invite your business to join in supporting and saluting these young business professionals (under 40) who deserve to be recognized.
Their catering company has grown to employ 60 people in Revelstoke, B.C., and is garnering accolades in the business community.by Marie Milner
At the heart of every community, including Trail, B.C., are an invested few whose vision and hard work are inspiring.by Marie Milner
A few innovative and passionate people are setting the direction and the rate of growth for Golden, B.C.by Marie Milner
The Kootenays attract many unique and eclectic businesses - here are 9 thriving ventures up for sale.by Keith Powell
Do you know of an influential woman in business who deserves to be recognized?
A great staff and a customer-oriented business philosophy helps Mikki Hamagami run Morrissey Creek Building Supplies in Grand Forks.by Kristen Mitchell
Slocan City Trading Co. opened to the public on May 18, 2013.by Candace Jensen
Barry and Gerry Ozero of Home Hardware, Revelstoke, B.C., make customer service a priority, and customers give them high praise.by Marie Milner
Moberly Homebrew 2002 has won an award for its popular wine made in Golden, B.C.; owner Donna Alexander shared some of her secrets with us.by Danielle Cameron
Anders Malpass, the founding president of Drop Designs in Nelson, B.C., was an entrepreneur at 12. Today, his company creates products that are purchased worldwide for resource-sector applications.by Lisa Crane
Whitewater Ski Resort is making one of its hidden treasures more accessible.by Trevor Crawley
Whitewater Ski Resort is making one of its hidden treasures more accessible by installing a new chairlift.by Trevor Crawley
The city's sculpture walk is winning praise from residentsby Tanya Lang Gahr
Selkirk College’s Castlegar campus is bringing its ventilation system up to compliance with current B.C. Building Code requirements, thanks to funding from the federal and provincial Knowledge Infrastructure Program.by Submitted