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May 3, 2017
The Provincial Election: What's on B.C.'s mind—Part 3
BCBusiness and BC Chamber of Commerce

In advance of the May 9 provincial election, the B.C. Chamber of Commerce and BCBusiness magazine joined forces to conduct a survey of Chamber members. Among the questions we asked: What election issues matter most to you and your business?

May 2, 2017
What to put on your business agenda in May
Felicity Stone

Power Up, May 2 and 3Previously called the Human Resource Management Association (HRMA), the Chartered Professionals in Human Resources of British Columbia and Yukon (CPHR BC & YK) is holding its annual HR conference and trade show in Vancouver. In between...

May 2, 2017
5 most popular biz books from the week of April 24 to 30
Munro’s Books

Best-selling Canadian business titles provided by Munro’s Books.

May 2, 2017
UBC Sauder School of Business celebrates Canada Wide Media's Legge family
Paul Duchart

More than 400 members of the business community attended the Family Series Legacy Gala at the Hotel Vancouver on April 27. The evening began with a stand-up cocktail reception before welcoming remarks by emcee Chris Gailus, Global News Hour at...

Apr 28, 2017
The Provincial Election: What's on B.C.'s mind—Part 2
BCBusiness and BC Chamber of Commerce

In advance of the May 9 provincial election, the BC Chamber of Commerce and BCBusiness magazine joined forces to conduct a survey of Chamber members. Among the questions we asked: What election issues matter most to you and your business?

Apr 28, 2017
How to secure your startup: what you need to know about intellectual property law

Successful entrepreneurs and inventors have a special power: they can turn ideas into tangible reality. Instead of daydreaming about possibilities, these business-savvy brain-stormers are action-oriented. Ideas make them move, test, try and schmooze – whatever it takes to get that brilliant product to market. Unfortunately, that bias to action can also trip them up if they, like many, decide to “float” an idea in the marketplace or to potential investors before consulting an intellectual property lawyer.

Apr 28, 2017
Ransomware: A Skyrocketing Threat for Small Businesses

BCBusiness + Fully Managed Are you prepared for a malicious attack? “It’s not a question of if anymore, it’s a question of when,” says John Robertson of Fully Managed. At 5 p.m. on a recent Wednesday, John Robertson got a call. It wasn’t...

Apr 28, 2017
Take it Outside: Five top trends for corporate retreats in BC

BCBusiness + The PNE The idea of spending good money to shut down and have employees “play around” outside the office is anathema to many businesses. How can a company possibly justify that sort of expense? The question those businesses should be actually...

Apr 26, 2017
Christy Clark and rivals field a few pre-election questions
Nick Rockel

CRED: First elected MLA in 1996; former cabinet minister, deputy premier and radio talk-show host SIGNATURE LOOK: Suit and wrap CAMPAIGN PROP: Hard hat CAMPAIGN MANAGER: Laura Miller, Previously Ontario Liberal staffer STAR CANDIDATE: Ex–TV news anchor Steve Darling (Burnaby–Lougheed) 1) Maintaining the best job...

Apr 25, 2017
Opinion: 5 great tips for networking solo
Gayle Hallgren-Rezac, Judy Thomson and Darcy Rezac

Who hasn’t been in the situation where you’ve had to walk into a room full of strangers? Who will I talk to? Will I end up as the proverbial wallflower? What’s the minimum amount of time I have to spend...

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