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Thurnheer works to ensure Okanagan College is equipping students with the business skills they’ll need for a post-Information Age economy.
We’ve been to seminars in Texas and Vancouver to keep our knowledge up to date. Optometry is only 100 years old, and things change fast…
It’s her passion for community improvement and involvement in local initiatives that makes Charlen Blais a Woman to Watch.
"We’ve found that we’ve overcome a lot of the risk and unpredictability in the creative process by mapping it out.”
Part of the reason why East finds her work so fulfilling is that it continually presents her with new challenges to solve.
Monika Walker’s passion for bread has built Okanagan Grocery into a thriving and beloved local bakery.
Christensen created Mamas for Mamas, where low-income mothers can request donated items and enrol in support programs.
"If you think someone is misappropriating your funds, speak up:” Kelowna notary Tarja McLean.
“I’ve never had as much help and support as I had when I started my business here in Kelowna:” Yoree Grozenok, 1-800-GOT-JUNK.
“There’s so much more to YMCA programs than is written out on paper."
The Seniors Outreach Services Society is one of the Okanagan’s largest seniors agencies.
"Every market is different, and you need to make sure (the product you buy) fits the market."
Irrigation control systems in the 1960s operated much like an old clock with wheels, cogs and dials.
A strong reputation for quality work has kept Weber & Markin gunsmiths thriving in Kelowna for more than 27 years.
Working for the grocery chain for 40 years, Malcolm Robson says changes to the ordering system have been astounding.
The Gretzinger family’s Winn Rentals has found sustainable success thanks to responsible business practices.
“If you want to succeed in business, you have to do something that really inspires you."
Nearly 30 years since opening Mon Thong Joe and Sunee Karunyasopon are still serving delicious and affordable Thai meals.
In the early days of the Kelowna Toyota dealership, the company offered five models of cars.
Dr. Cliff Henderson remembers early efforts to provide health care in the Okanagan.