Fleetwood entrepreneur focused on 360-degree tours of real estate properties

A Fleetwood occupant has some enormous dreams for her cloud-based business, on account of some extra start-up money earned amid a Dragons' Den-style rivalry held at KPU's Surrey grounds.

Kathie-Lee Pugsley is the best victor of the current year's Coast Capital Savings Youth Entrepreneurship Award, which accompanies $5,000 in subsidizing for her juvenile organization, Focused Interiors (focusedinteriors.com).

Pugsley, a current graduate of the inside outline program at KPU's Wilson School of Design, plans to outline the eventual fate of land showcasing by offering administrations selective to real estate agents.

She utilizes 3D demonstrating PC innovation to make intuitive 360-degree voyages through properties, and tries to continue estimating reasonable as a major aspect of her business technique.

"Around 90 for every penny of purchasers and proprietors can't imagine the capability of a space," proposed Pugsley. "Making photograph practical pictures empowers potential proprietors to imagine what's conceivable, paying little mind to the present state."

Pugsley, a Semiahmoo Secondary graduate initially from Regina, said she'll utilize the $5,000 to update the PC programming program she at present uses, for quicker turnaround times.

"I need to ensure that the minute I've done the outline, the customer can get the last item," she told the Now-Leader on Tuesday.

Notwithstanding the financing, Pugsley will likewise be given time with a business tutor, and Coast Capital will defer one year of month to month charges on a private company account.

She was told about the honor before the end of last month, following the occasion at KPU's Surrey grounds.

"I got a call by the day's end, on a Tuesday, from the honor moderators saying they were extremely awed with my plan of action," Pugsley reviewed.

"I've been taking a shot at the business in the course of the most recent year and truly attempted to create it, getting criticism from brokers and customers and other individuals," she included. "It feels fantastic to be known as a business visionary. I went out on a limb a to leave a static nine-to-five employment."

The Youth Entrepreneurship Award (kpu.ca/grants/ccsyea) was made to perceive KPU understudies and graduated class who demonstrate greatness in the start-up period of their entrepreneurial endeavors. The honor will be offered again in 2018.

Wear Coulter, president and CEO of Coast Capital Savings, said the honor joins two things the organization is energetic about — "building a wealthier future for youth and helping entrepreneurs accomplish what's vital in their lives. We are eager to join forces with KPU to help creative youthful business visionaries on these essential early strides toward progress and money related prosperity."