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Nathalie Baudoin | BCBusiness

Marketing & Media

How Modo CEO Nathalie Baudoin is going to 'turbo-charge' the carshare

The Parisian-born CEO of Modo on instilling private-market urgency to the B.C. carshare pioneer

Start Ups | Sustainability

Tech & Science

How Vancouver's Routific plans to change the way deliveries are made

Local startup Routific says it can help small- and mid-sized companies save serious cash.

Start Ups | Small Business

Retail

See how chocolate is made at Richmond-based ChocXO cafe

At ChocXO, the coffee and chocolate start with beans roasted on-site

Start Ups | Small Business | Food & Drink
David Helliwell | BCBusiness

Tech & Science

U.S. software giant buys energy efficiency startup Pulse Energy

Acquisition is a small victory for Vancouver's green tech sector

Start Ups | Sustainability

Tech & Science

Vancouver startup releases taxi app for sharing cabs with strangers

Cab Share Canada is first being marketed in Vancouver and London, Ont., where it hopes to grow a critical mass of users

Start Ups | Digital
Dogtopia | BCBusiness

Retail

Canada's first Dogtopia arrives in Coquitlam

Century 21 founder Peter Thomas sniffs out a new opportunity with a dog daycare franchise

Start Ups | Entrepreneurs | Branding
HootSuite | BCBusiness

Tech & Science

Hootsuite ranks second on list of Canada's fastest growing companies

Eight Vancouver technology companies made Deloitte's latest revenue growth ranking.

Start Ups | Entrepreneurs

People

WATCH: Aaron Rokstad on the phrase he most overuses

A few words from the CEO of Rokstad Power Corp., 2014's energy Entrepreneur of the Year.

Start Ups | Entrepreneurs

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