B.C.'s 2009 Entrepreneur of the Year

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2009 Entrepreneur of the Year

 

2009 ENTREPRENEUR OF THE YEAR

 

Ryan Beedie, The Beedie Group

Ryan Beedie: 2009 Entrepreneur of the Year

Ryan Beedie, President, The Beedie Group

Video: Ryan Beedie's Acceptance Speech

This year's premier entrepreneur gives an emotional oration.

Video: Interview with Ryan Beedie

Beedie on aggression, family, and the things left undone.

David Paperny, Paperny Films Inc.

Winner: Technology and Media

David Paperny, President, Paperny Films, Inc.

Mark Omelaniec, Langley Concrete Group

Winner: Real Estate and Construction

Mark Omelaniec, President, Langley Concrete Group

Video: Interview with Mark Omelaniec

The Langley president is refreshingly direct about concrete's many uses.

Kin's Farm Market

Winner: Business to Consumer

Partners, Kin's Farm Market

Video: Interview with Kin's partners

Expansion is in the cards for the three produce magnates.

Brad Miller, IMW Industries

Winner: Cleantech

Brad Miller, CEO, IMW Industries Ltd.

Video: Interview with Brad Miller

We sit down with the IMW CEO moments after his win.

Russell Hallbauer, Taseko Mines Ltd

Winner: Mining and Metals

Russell Hallbauer, President and CEO, Taseko Mines Ltd.

Scott Cormack, OncoGeneX Technologies Inc.

Winner: Health Science

Scott Cormack, President and CEO, OncoGeneX Technologies Inc.

Winner: Business to Business

Brett Hodson, President and CEO, Corix Group

The 2009 Runners Up

Runners Up for Entrepreneur of the Year 2009

Making the Decision: Entrepreneur of the Year 2009

How the judges made their choices for Entrepreneur of the Year.

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