October 2020 New Business
NORJA is the Creative Director at Colour Infusion, a unique marketing studio that takes a holistic approach to working with entrepreneurs and small businesses.
COVID-19 has created an atmosphere of stress and anxiety for most but also unique opportunities for entrepreneurs. Norja can help with both. Trained extensively in effective marketing techniques from first-hand experience, she can help grow your business. Conversely, her training in Usui/Karuna Reiki and Brainspotting™ (working with underlying negative experiences which often contribute to anxiety and depression) allows entrepreneurs to break through emotional blockages that may be limiting their success.
Norja has recently launched a course entitled “Video for the Camera Shy and Solopreneur.” The course is designed to help entrepreneurs gain the confidence to create video for their business.
Norja invites you to visit her at Inside Out Fernie Wellness where she is conducting Reiki and Brainspotting™ sessions on Tuesdays and Thursdays. She is offering free, no-obligation 15-minute consultations.
ESTABLISHED in 2020 as a subsidiary of Canmore Woodcrafters which was established in 1979, Fernie Woodcrafters’ owner Brian Salzgeber now resides in Fernie, BC and looks forward to sharing the company’s quality craftsmanship and experience throughout the Elk Valley. Their number one goal is to make the very best products available anywhere. “We do that by surrounding ourselves with an amazing team - people who set the bar high and embody standards we all aspire to live up to.”
Quality people, going beyond, flexibility, and minimizing environmental footprint are core values to Fernie Woodcrafters. Visit their site, email info@ ferniewoodcrafters.com or call 250-423-9686 to learn more.
The Local Store
891 2nd Ave
THE Local Store - a mountain market store is opening its doors in October 2020.
Local is currently in the process of converting the Wildsight Office into a market-style store. People familiar with the Fernie Mountain Market, a Sunday summertime staple in Rotary Park,
will recognize various vendors that are working with the Local Store to provide residents and visitors with year-round access to local food and produce. Local will also have an online retail store where customers can order from various vendors and then either collect their orders from the Local Store or utilize the delivery option.
Local is actively seeking volunteers to help run and support the store, if you are interested in learning more head over to wildsight.ca/local.