Lindsay Business Hub will ‘reinvent’ town’s workspace’

By Lindsay Advocate

From L to R: Councillor Pat O'Reilly, business hub owners Larry and Ramona Kozak, Mayor Andy Letham, MP Jamie Schmale, Councillor Ron Ashmore. Photo: Sienna Frost.

The Lindsay Business Hub had its grand opening recently, with Mayor Andy Letham and local MP Jamie Schmale in attendance.

Ramona and Larry Kozak, owners of the Lindsay Business Hub, say in a media release that the building will “reinvent Lindsay’s workspace.”

Right now the Lindsay Business Hub’s 12 offices at 1 Russell St. E. have welcomed various professionals, including Tigert Law, Joy Law, Wendy Kelly (a psychologist), Lock 33 individual and family counselling, Rob Stewart (Worldsource Financial Management) and more.

Daily office rentals, boardroom rental, executive office and monthly rental spaces are available.

According to the media release, the hub will allow business owners the flexibility to choose “where and how people work.” 

It also offers virtual office services (such as mailing addresses) to give business owners the presence of an office location while working from home. There are executive office rentals for important meetings, a boardroom for rent, and ample parking.

For more information visit or call 705-324-1533.

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