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October 19, 2021

Byron Chamber drinks at Habitat

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Habitat’s Brandon Saul with Chamber president Todd Sotheren. Photo: Jeff Dawson

The Byron Chamber drinks at Habitat workspaces last Thursday had not only delicious food (courtesy of neighbour Barrio restaurant) but also a great view of the expanding space. The top floor workspaces are of various sizes, some let permanently, but others can be let on a monthly basis, providing a flexible office space option for growing businesses without the commitment. Chamber president Todd Sotheren said the flexible workspaces were the sort of infrastructure that helped creative, dynamic businesses grow in Byron’s new economy.


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