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Stylish cabin-ready luggage

Just because you can’t pack a Grand Tour-sized wardrobe doesn’t mean you can’t travel in style

Style | Travel
New District | BCBusiness

Now there's an Advent calendar with 25 bottles of wine

New Vancouver-based online marketplace delivers B.C. craft wines

Small Business | Food & Drink

B.C.-owned Mike's Hard Lemonade sells for $350 million

Mark Anthony sells lucrative portfolio of beverages to concentrate on wine

Mergers & Acquisitions | Food & Drink
All Bow to the Burpee

Some key numbers behind B.C.'s growing Crossfit industry

More and more local fitness consumers are jumping on board with Crossfit

Sports | Entrepreneurs
Show Me the Money | BCBusiness

The checkout charity dilemma

Checkout charity is easy to do, not so easy to track   

Social Good | Non-Profits

Glowbal opens flagship restaurant in Telus Garden

A flagship restaurant gets a big new home in a landmark location

Consumer Insight | Food & Drink
How to Make Your Mark Once the Founder Steps Away | BCBusiness

How Lululemon Continues to Make Its Mark After Chip Wilson Stepped Away

Lululemon’s new CEO may be the most low-key boss the company has ever known–but investors and employees alike seem to think that’s a good thing

CEOs | Branding | How-To
Mountain Equipment Co-op | BCBusiness

Check out MEC's planned new flagship store in Olympic Village

Plus, who's looking out for Vancouver truckers and what Chip says now about see-through pants

Politics & Policy
JJ Wilson and Chip Wilson at Kit and Ace | BCBusiness

Is Kit and Ace, Chip Wilson's big new bet, really a tech startup?

Backed by the bank of Chip Wilson, retailer Kit and Ace is scaling like a startup in the tech sector—and targeting that crowd too

Entrepreneurs | Branding | Consumer Insight


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