Tom Thomson (right)

Nelson Chamber hosts first Business After Business event of 2014

A large crowd of business people attended the event and had the opportunity to view all the changes and restoration.

The first Nelson and District Chamber of Commerce Business After Business social networking event of 2014  took place on Thursday night at the former Nelson Daily News Building.

A large crowd of business people attended the event and had the opportunity to view all the  changes and restoration that NDN Partners Inc. completed in order to launch the Gyre, Nelson’s purpose built co-working space for creative and lifestyle entrepreneurs.

The building is located at 266 Baker Street.

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