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Would you go on a working vacation with your colleagues?

A Vancouver software company took 200 staff to Nicaragua to make a difference.

Vancouver company takes staff on goodwill mission in Nicaragua

Vancouver company iQmetrix took 200 staff to build classrooms 5:36

For the past seven years, a Vancouver software company has been taking its employees on week-long vacations at a five-star resort.

But this year, iQmetrix took 200 staff to Nicaragua to make a difference. The staff built classrooms, dug ditches and helped bring running water to villagers for the very first time. 


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