2015 BCBUSINESS TOP 100

the province's top networking event

Thursday, June 25, 2015

The Fairmont Hotel Vancouver

Lunch with Richard Jaffary
Serving Success

On June 25th, join Peter Legge as he continues his revealing and insightful interview series with British Columbia's business legends.

From bus boy to BC Restaurant hall of Famer, this year's special guest and co-founder of Cactus Club Cafe restaurants, Richard Jaffary, has turned his love of food and company into a West Coast culinary empire.
A true college dropout success story, Mr. Jaffary's ambition for a career in the restaurant industry has taken him from living in a sailboat to changing the face of casual dining as we know it.

Get the dish on his menu for success by reserving your tickets to the 2015 BCBusiness Top 100 event today. Limited early bird pricing is now available.

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Past Speakers

Top 100 Rankings

The BCBusiness Top 100 Companies in B.C. is the authoritative ranking of British Columbia's mightiest companies-both public and private-by revenue, performance, and sector.

TOP 100 B.C. Companies Ranking

The Top 100

Who is Eligible

Any company headquartered in B.C., including public and private companies, Crown corporations and registered charities.

Top 100 Criteria

Public, private and crown corporations are ranked by revenue, except financial institutions, which are ranked by net interest income plus other revenue. Charities are ranked by tax-receipted donations received.

The Process

Companies are invited to nominate themselves by providing their financial information for their previous fiscal year online at the Top 100 Companies in B.C. Online Entry Form. The information remains confidential and will be subject to confirmation by BCBusiness researchers. BCBusiness will also conduct independent research to seek out information for eligible companies that do not submit data online.

Timeline

Companies are ranked according to results from their most recent fiscal year (typically ended within the previous calendar year). We begin gathering data in March, when most public companies begin filing annual financial results. Data must be submitted by early April to be considered for this year's Top 100 lists.