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Charles Chang | BCBusiness

Careers

Entrepreneur of the Year 2014: Business-to-consumer finalists

Meet the finalists, and winner, in this year's business-to-consumer category

Small Business | Entrepreneurs
Tom Leavitt | BCBusiness

Careers

Entrepreneur of the Year 2014: Business-to-business finalists

Meet the finalists, and winner, in this year's business-to-business category

Small Business | Entrepreneurs
Christina Platt | BCBusiness

Your Business

The pros and cons of running your business in a small town

While Vancouver might be easier, Christina Platt's semi-rural locale has ultimately defined her business

Small Business | Vancouver Island
Chris Catliff | BCBusiness

Your Business

How much does the name of your business matter?

And how much should you sacrifice to score the title you really want?

Small Business | Branding
Lauren Mote and Jonathan Chovancek | BCBusiness

Your Business

When it's time to take your company in a totally new direction

Lauren Mote and Jonathan Chovancek made a big play that paid off

Start Ups | Small Business
The Steal | BCBusiness

Your Business

How to deal with theft at your small business

Lori Joyce and Heather White learned the hard way just how important it is to keep your eye on every corner of the field

Start Ups | Small Business
Vancouver Island Salt Co. | BCBusiness

Tourism & Culture

Vancouver Island artisanal salt company wins Canada-wide business competition

Vancouver Island Salt Co. will use its prize money, $100,000, to fulfil its promise of expanding abroad

Small Business | Vancouver Island

Your Business

How to start a small business without losing all your money

How to get your small business—and yourself—on safe financial footing

Small Business | Research

Retail

Nectar Juicery supplies juice on tap to corporate clients

Forget coffee, pop or candy from the vending machine. Vancouver office workers now have a fresh, nutritious alternative

Small Business | Entrepreneurs | Food & Drink
Laura Jones | BCBusiness

Finance

B.C.'s small businesses suffering from teachers' strike: CFIB

Small business owners in this province think deficit reduction is preferable to reimbursing teachers or parents for strike-related costs

Small Business | Research | Economy

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