Business

New business to help business

Jennifer and Nicholas Vincent work at their desks at the new Cowork Penticton location in the former church at Ellis and Eckhardt Avenue. Their intent is to provide affordable office space for rent to people needing some extra leg room.  - Mark Brett/Western News
Jennifer and Nicholas Vincent work at their desks at the new Cowork Penticton location in the former church at Ellis and Eckhardt Avenue. Their intent is to provide affordable office space for rent to people needing some extra leg room.
— image credit: Mark Brett/Western News
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