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Oct 4, 2018
How a Positive Corporate Culture Can Impact Client Satisfaction

BCBusiness + Alexander Holburn Beaudin + Lang LLP Another article on client service may sound cliché but a strong corporate culture, focused on client service, can change it from a catchphrase to a revenue driver. Studies show that the most common way...

Oct 3, 2018
Split Decision: Housing crisis looms large in Vancouver civic election
Frances Bula

A note from the author: Modern-day elections are famous for their last-minute dramas, with candidates getting knocked out of races as problematic information emerges about their pasts, as they stumble in the public spotlight, as their campaign strategies blow up...

Oct 3, 2018
EY Entrepreneur Of The Year Awards 2018 Pacific Region Gala
Paul Duchart

More than 1,200 people attended the EY Entrepreneur Of The Year Awards at the Vancouver Convention Centre on September 25. Entrepreneur Of The Year (EOY) is an annual global awards program administered by Ernst & Young (EY). Every year an impressive...

Oct 2, 2018
Is Justin Trudeau in for a big October?
Nathan Caddell

Before October, there hadn’t been much in the way of positivity for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Whether it was his disastrous India trip, the purchase of the Kinder Morgan pipeline or a ruling by the Federal Court of Appeal that the federal government had failed to adequately consider Indigenous concerns...

Oct 1, 2018
5 most popular biz books from the week of September 24 to 30
Munro’s Books

Best-selling business titles provided by Munro’s Books, 1108 Government Street, Victoria, B.C.

Sep 28, 2018
On the fence about leasing or buying commercial real estate?
By the Editors

If you’re a business owner, is it better to lease or buy commercial real estate? On September 25, four experts explored that question at Eastlake Campus, a Burnaby complex designed for small-business users. Built by Adera Development Corp. and Sun Life Investment Management...

Sep 28, 2018
A Professional Advisor is Your Best Bet

BCBusiness + Pacific M&A and Business Brokers Ltd. Given the complexity of any merger or acquisition of a business, it follows that an advisor or business broker who can successfully guide clients through this process is worth his or her weight in...

Sep 27, 2018
Big Fat Deal: $7.5 million for a rich kid's playground in East Van
Fiona Morrow

Address: 3870 Commercial Street, East Vancouver Price: $7,450,000 Listing: R2310009 The skinny: Three-bedroom, six-bathroom, 7,301-square-foot house on a 3,861-square-foot lot The bling: Oh, brother! This one’s for you. The parents have had enough of you and all your boy toys cluttering up their elegantly large slice of luxury living...

Sep 27, 2018
Opinion: 8 types of handshake to avoid
Stacey Hanke

Have you ever wondered what your handshake says about you? Your handshake is like your business card. It conveys your confidence, credibility and influence without sharing a single word. Studies have shown that this one simple gesture can enhance a social situation and make a positive impact on others. In our...

Sep 27, 2018
The Stack will be the largest office tower in downtown Vancouver
By the Editors

There are a few projects in development that aim to ease the pressure of Vancouver’s current office space crunch. None will be taller than Oxford Properties’ newly announced tower. The Stack, the company’s building at 1133 Melville Street, will bring 540,000 square feet of office space to Vancouver’s downtown core. Demolition...

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