Marketing & Media

Jan 13, 2021
Four B.C.-based businesses make Glassdoor list of best places to work in Canada
By the Editors

Four B.C.-based companies made Glassdoor’s latest annual ranking of the best places to work in Canada, a step up from last year, when three B.C. businesses put in a showing. The Employees’ Choice Awards uses Glassdoor’s review system to accumulate results, and the...

Jan 12, 2021
The Innovators: Two Hat Security creates safe havens on the internet
Michael McCullough

Our Innovators series highlights just a few of the trailblazing companies that are helping move this province—and the world—forward in challenging times. Take the perennial threats of cyberbullying, terrorist recruitment and child pornography, layer in political polarization, mass protest and foreign...

Jan 7, 2021
Goodbye to all that: 2020's hits and misses
By the Editors

Stretchiest Valuation Helped by the COVID-19-induced shift toward leisurewear, Lululemon Athletica blew past the benchmark for the highest market capitalization of any B.C.-based company this year. At US$45 billion ($59 billion) or so last time we checked, the purveyor of high-priced...

Jan 5, 2021
5 Questions: Thunderbird Entertainment CEO Jennifer Twiner McCarron digs on a year like no other for the film industry
Nathan Caddell

Jennifer Twiner McCarron got her start in the film industry as an office production assistant at Rainmaker Entertainment (now Mainframe Studios). She worked her way up to that company’s vice-president of producton role before joining Atomic Cartoons (Thunderbird Entertainment’s Kids...

Dec 23, 2020
BCBusiness’s most read stories of 2020
Nathan Caddell

In a year like no other, you’ll find some familiar titles on our list of the most-read stories of 2020. Some annual series, like 30 Under 30 and B.C.’s Most Loved Brands, seem to turn up again and again, no...

Nov 25, 2020
B.C. women have been disproportionately affected by COVID-19: report
By the Editors

Everyone’s been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, including those who don’t believe in it. But not everyone has sufferred equally. A study released today by the BC Women’s Health Foundation, in partnership with Pacific Blue Cross, concluded that COVID has disproportionately affected women...

Nov 17, 2020
Yellow Dog has the best reputation among B.C. breweries: report
Nathan Caddell

What’s the best brewery in B.C.? It’s a divisive topic. And, like arguing about the best Spice Girl or the top Pixar movie of all time, it’s all a matter of taste. (Posh and Toy Story for the win; sorry not...

Nov 13, 2020
Arlene Dickinson wants your business to pull through COVID-19. Here’s how
Nick Rockel

For the complete interview with Arlene Dickinson, check out the BCBusiness Podcast. Arlene Dickinson doesn’t sound too worried that COVID-19 will get the better of her fellow business owners. “I think Canadian entrepreneurs, entrepreneurs anywhere, are a resilient group of people...

Oct 29, 2020
Placing odds on the next BC Liberal Party leader
Nathan Caddell

All things considered, Andrew Wilkinson’s resignation speech was quite appropriate. Lasting just over a minute, featuring zero accountability and apparently delivered without consulting the rest of his caucus, the former BC Liberal Party head honcho’s farewell really was a Coles Notes reading...

Oct 29, 2020
Vast majority of Canadians believe B.C. has the best cannabis in the country: report
By the Editors

It’s not shocking that most Canadians believe B.C. bud reigns supreme in the country. But you might be surprised to learn that many of this province’s cannabis consumers don’t actually know where their stuff is from. In a recent survey produced by...

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