Pacific Region B.C. Entrepreneur of the Year

The Pacific Region Entrepreneur of the Year Awards for 2008 through 2012, presented by Ernst & Young and published by BCBusiness. Click below for profiles of winners and nominees, and video from the black-tie gala, held each October in Vancouver.

 

2012 Pacific Region Entrepreneur of the Year
Ashley Cooper, president and CEO, Paladin Security Group Ltd.

Our complete 2012 EOY package, with profiles and interviews of our 30 winners and runners-up, including a look at the judging criteria and how the winners are chosen.

 
2011 Pacific Region Entrepreneur of the Year
robert little, CEO, fpi fireplace products international

Our complete 2011 EOY package, with profiles and interviews of our 28 winners and runners-up, including a look at the judging criteria and how the winners are chosen.

 
2010 Pacific Region Entrepreneur of the Year
chad wasilenkoff, CEO, fortress paper

Our complete 2010 EOY package, with profiles and interviews of 25 winners and runners-up, including video of Chad Wasilenkoff's acceptance speech. Canaccord Capital's Peter Brown won the 2010 Lifetime Achievement Award.

 
2009 Pacific Region Entrepreneur of the Year
Ryan beedie, president, the beedie group

Our complete 2009 EOY package, with profiles and interviews of a huge clutch of winners and runners-up (33), including Ryan Beedie's acceptance speech, a one-on-one chat with him, and interviews with EOY nominees of distinction.

 
2008 Pacific Region Entrepreneur of the Year
Brian Hill, CEO, Aritzia

Our complete 2008 EOY package, with profiles and interviews of 24 winners and runners-up, including video of Brian Hill's acceptance speech, and interviews with him and Bob Lee, who this year accepted the EOY Lifetime Achievement Award.

 

 

 



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