Brad Pommen founded a technology company that makes “smart” vending machines in Nelson, BC
Danika Skye Hammond is spearheading a new co-working space in Slocan Valley
Sunny Kimberley, BC is home to Western Canada’s largest tracking solar array
A former mill town in the Kootenay region of British Columbia is now home to Columbia Lake Technology Center, a data-server farm and manufacturing plant.
Rithmik Solutions in Fernie, BC uses artificial intelligence (A.I.) technology to track wear and tear on mining equipment.
Richard Vienneau of Kimberley, BC created POS-n-go, a point-of-sale app used by small merchants around the world.
Wyliejack Tap Handles in Invermere makes tap handles for draught beer and has clients around the world.
Web developer Nathan Bertram came to the Kootenay region seven years ago in search of snow and affordable property
Evan Pitman dreamed of working for a Kootenay tech company – so he started his own.
Tradespeople and urban refugees alike are coming to the Kootenays to reinvent their lives with a career in the growing tourism sector.