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Jun 24, 2019
Clearing Up the Confusion Regarding Family Offices

BCBusiness +Cindy David Financial Group LTD. It’s hardly news that B.C. is home to wealthy business owners ranging from successful mom and pop entrepreneurs to billionaires. But Cindy David, president of Cindy David Financial Group Ltd., says that “a growing number of wealthy businesspeople are falling into the $10-to-$50-million category, with...

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Jun 21, 2019
5 things we learned from the Vancouver Board of Trade's NHL Hot Stove
Nathan Caddell

It depends on your vantage point, of course, but it’s not a stretch to say that two of the more controversial figures in the hockey world were the subject of a Vancouver Board of Trade conference this morning. With the...

Jun 21, 2019
The Vancouver startup making purchasing software sexy
Nathan Caddell

On a Friday afternoon in March, Aman Mann is frantically searching through cabinets in one of the conference rooms at his downtown Vancouver office. “Just looking for a sloth suit,” Mann says as he continues to rummage. Eventually he pulls out...

Jun 21, 2019
Often Overlooked, Insurance Can Be a Lifeline for Your Business

BCBusiness +Foundation Wealth Considering the effort it takes any entrepreneur to amass wealth, protecting that wealth should be a top financial planning priority—and in this regard, insurance plays a key role in any protection plan. However, James Pelmore, partner, private wealth manager at Foundation Wealth Partners, points out that too often he...

Jun 21, 2019
A Happier, Healthier, More Creative You

BCBusiness +ThroughConversation As a highly accomplished individual, you aren’t the type to rest on your laurels. Even when you reach new heights, there’s always another star to shoot for. You strive for success in everything you do. But are you able to really enjoy the fruits of your labour? “What we often...

Jun 21, 2019
The Nature of Work Has Changed - Has Your Health Benefits Plan?

BCBusiness +Pacific Blue Cross From the rise of telecommuting and flexible work-from-home arrangements to the end of the 9-to-5 workday, the norms of the modern workforce have transformed dramatically over the last half-century thanks to large-scale shifts in the generational makeup of the workforce. Independent, self-employed workers in British Columbia are...

Jun 21, 2019
BCBusiness Report Card: All pipeline edition
Nathan Caddell

Welcome back to another edition of the BCBusiness Report Card. And what an edition it promises to be. There was a lot of news that happened this week. And we wanted to cover whatever is going on in your world...

Jun 21, 2019
Property Watch: Developers are on borrowed time
Steve Saretsky

Although B.C. has arguably been the biggest beneficiary of the most recent housing boom, a tidal wave of cheap money has flooded across the nation and into the hands of real estate developers desperately trying to keep up with a...

Jun 20, 2019
Big Fat Deal: $9.6 million for Camelot with a view in West Vancouver
Steve Burgess

Address: 1545 Camelot Road, West Vancouver Price: $9,680,000 Listing: R2331770 The skinny: Six-bedroom, eight-bathroom, 7,750-square-foot home on a 12,508-square-foot lot in West Vancouver The bling: Camelot! There’s an entire Broadway musical devoted to this wonderful listing. In the catchy promotional blurb of songwriters Lerner...

Jun 19, 2019
Top 100 2019: Wheeling, dealing—and worrying
Peter Mitham

Trade deals and rumours of trade wars; rising interest rates and tighter government regulation—such was the year in business across B.C. as the 100 biggest companies by revenue kept expanding, evolving and broaching new markets in 2018. “Right now, the economy is pretty strong,” says Ken Peacock, chief economist with the...

Jun 19, 2019
Top 100 2019: 1 to 50
Peter Mitham

2017 rank: 1Chief executive: Darren Entwistle Revenue by fiscal year ($000) 2018: 14,368,0002017: 13,304,000% change: 8 2017 rank: 2Chief executive: Donald Lindsay Revenue by fiscal year ($000) 2018: 12,564,000 2017: 11,910,000 % change: 5.5 2017 rank: 3Chief executive: Jim Pattison Revenue by fiscal year...

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