Comox Valley company Norse Code celebrating 15 years

Norse Code Technologies is celebrating 15 years of service this year.

With custom web services, social media consulting, and photography, Norse Code Technologies is celebrating 15 years of service this year.

Owner and CEO Mark Erickson originally began by turning his hobby in computer programming into a business in software development.

He credits joining the then-Comox Valley Home-based Business Association in 1998 for helping to get his business in operation.

Since then, Erickson shifted to web and social media consulting, and offers services in visual effects and flash animation for film and gaming. His future prospects include 3D Printing.

Visit his website at www.norsecodetechnologies.com or his Facebook page at www.facebook.com/NorseCodeTechnologies.

— Norse Code

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