We’ve moved!

It was a busy week last week – we picked up and moved the office!

Previously we shared some space with Time Search Inc. but changes in their situation made it apparent we needed to move. We have agreed to share some new office space with a public software company called Meridex.

Sharing space is a great way to save some money but more importantly boost the energy in the office. They see us making things happen and take energy from that; we see them making things happen and it boost our energy and excitement as well. The office is rockin’!

Our new address:

#320 – 321 Water Street
Vancouver, BC V6B 1B8

Here are some photos of the new space. As you can see, it is typical Gastown “quaint” with exposed brick walls, glass walls, post and beam construction and a view of the harbour.


Big office

Our “big” office – space for Daryl, Natalie and Luba (top right – our 4th year UBC Sauder School of Business intern). There is more space to the left…


Fish bowl

The “fish bowl” so named for the glass walls on either side. Here you see Christian on the left and parts of Daniel on the right.


Common space

The “common area”. Meridex has two thirds of the space and uses this area for their interns.


View to the right

The view out the window looking North towards downtown North Vancouver. You can see the SeaBus on the water and bits of the helipad at the bottom of the screen.


Working harbour

The view towards the North East. You can see Seymour Mountain in the background, a tugboat on the left and the cranes loading a ship on the right.


Canada Place

The view towards the North West. Canada Place is on the left (the roof that looks like sails). There are obviously railyards between us and the really pretty stuff but we don’t notice them that much during the day. You can see the SeaBus pulling into the terminal on the right. Grouse Mountain towers over everything on the top right and you can just see the twin peaks of The Lions jutting out behind the sails.

I think we are going to love this space…


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