Do you have a qualified business opportunity in Kamloops or are you looking to expand your existing company?
Bond Capital specializes in finding or funding senior debt, subordinated debt, mezzanine debt, equity and many other alternative forms of capital.
Living in Kamloops
Located in the heart of BC's south central Interior, Kamloops is an amalgamation of more than a dozen communities bisected from one another by the converging North and South Thompson Rivers. It's the hub of four major highways: Highway 5 (Yellowhead & Coquilhalla), Highway 1 (Trans Canada) and Highway 97, and is one of only two places in Canada where the two national railways (CP and CN) intersect in city limits. Fittingly, the city is acknowledged as the transportation hub of BC. Kamloops Airport (YKA), with a recent $20 million expansion, is a major economic driver helping grow and diversify Kamloops and the Thompson Nicola Regional District, providing air service throughout North America with connections to cities world-wide. YKA is a solid industrial base, including aircraft sales, parts and maintenance, nearby at Fulton Field. Charter operations, forest service protection branch, air traffic control, ground transportation and storage hangars all operate as airport tenants.
Kamloops offers a temperate climate with hot dry summers, mild winters, and more than 2,000 hours of sunshine annually. It's a thriving cosmopolitan centre, rich in arts and culture, with an abundance of shopping and lifestyle amenities. The city has a growing population of 85,678 (Stats Canada 2011 Census) of young professionals, families, and mature workers who enjoy a sustainable lifestyle. The Kamloops & District Real Estate Association reports the overall real estate market continues to be stable. The median price of a single-family home in the city in September 2016 was $424,900. Additionally, there continues to be an adequate supply of affordable commercial real estate and industrial land.
With a varied landscape of desert, forests and river valleys including proximity to a world-class ski resort, local ski hill, and 13 diverse golf courses, recreation is a thriving tourism driver. Kamloops is branded "The Tournament Capital of Canada," hosting over 100 tournaments annually with nearly $50 million invested in new and renovated sports facilities. Tournaments in 2016 consisted of 25, 978 participants providing an economic generator of $11.2 million.Contact Us
Kamloops' Economic Growth
With its well-established transportation networks and infrastructure, Kamloops is attracting and supporting an ever-increasing number of large businesses and major corporations in many sectors.
The economy in Kamloops is solid and diverse with core industries including forestry, mining, health care, transportation and logistics, retail, and agriculture, providing an anchor for the city's strong business climate. These industries are marked by significant export activity, generating new revenue into the economy, and root supply chains.
Today, progressive initiatives include the emerging areas of technology, bioenergy, sustainable industry and tourism, which are strengthening the city's economic base and contributing to Kamloops' dynamic growth. The city is also home to many post secondary institutions including Thompson Rivers University, the largest post-secondary institution in BC north of Vancouver, which offers over 25 disciplines and provides the vital education and hands-on training programs to help grow the region's existing business base.
Modern Banking Strategy
Do you need capital to complete your business plans? Bond Capital offers customized total financial solutions to businesses in Kamloops who want more than the status quo.
We understand banking and will help you prepare for and negotiate the best deal with other bankers, stakeholders, and equity investors while eliminating any requirements to provide proof of financing.
Business in Kamloops is competitive and the bankers at Bond Capital are adept at accurately matching capital to opportunity to help you grow your business and prosper as a shareholder.
If you would like to learn more about the business loan options available to you, please contact us today. We will arrange a meeting with one of our Kamloops representatives.Contact Us