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From the mouths of social innovators

There are many people creating dynamic change in the world, but sometimes they need support in achieving those goals, a reality that got Zach Anderson thinking about how to best support that effort.

“Working in London allows me to get my fingers in a lot of different projects and helps me get to know a lot of the different lines of our business,” she said. “You need a basic understanding of what we do to make sure our clients get the best service for a reasonable price. Do they need a Cadillac or are they asking for a solid Buick?”

Corey describes Innovation Works as “casual-professional,” an inviting environment offering the perfect balance between “cool vibes” and “getting down to business.”

"We saw the opportunity in virtual reality, that there was going to be a lot of innovations and would change a lot of industries and the way people interact with technology."

What does sustainable living mean to you? Find out how this team is supporting London's green future. 

If you see a young woman dressed in a pink dress and fairy wings passing out little jars containing feminine pads and tampons inside...

“This space, most importantly, offers people safety. It offers community, which wasn’t available before,” Christa said. “It offers stability, people can count on it every single month; it isn’t going to disappear any time soon. We know that as long as we put our time in, this is available to us, which is just incredible.”

After Louise and Len Motuzas sold their computer business, they knew two things for sure about their future plans — they weren’t ready to retire, but they were excited about sharing their experience with others.

Joe Francis kind of stumbled into his financial consulting business by fighting his way out of his own self-described financial mess.

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