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Recent Posts on BCBusiness - Page 2

Nov 18, 2019
Young Guns: Andy Chou sees change in the vending machine game

The first vending machines were reportedly created around 1615 in England. Made of brass, they dispensed tobacco in exchange for coins. It’s not that far off from the contraptions we see today in schools and community centres. Sure, most have...

Nov 15, 2019
BCBusiness Report Card: Ringing the alarm on transit and too much of a good thing

Hey, hello, hi. We at the BCBusiness Report Card would not like to apologize for having missed the past couple weeks (undisclosed upper body injury). Rather, we’re going to treat the facts like BC Liberal Leader Andrew Wilkinson did in a recent...

Nov 14, 2019
Electric Avenue: Behind Harbour Air's bid to become the world's first fossil fuel-free airline

Greg McDougall has yet to make the cover of this magazine, and that’s probably fine in his books. “You ever hear of the BCBusiness curse?” he asks, reclining in an ergonomic chair in one of Harbour Air Seaplanes’ downtown Vancouver boardrooms.

Nov 5, 2019
Young Guns: Alexa Suter harnesses the power of social media to run two companies

If there’s any doubt about the immense power of social media, one needs only look at Alexa Suter. Back in 2013, when Instagram was still a shadow of what it has become, Suter gained notoriety as an influencer, commanding tens...

Oct 25, 2019
BCBusiness Report Card: Basketball stars and a reason not to vote

Did something happen last week? Maybe something that will collectively determine our future as a nation? Just kidding; we were there for all of it, including the fateful, final end that will really serve as more of a beginning to government infighting...

Oct 22, 2019
Young Guns: Annika Lewis returns home to empower Vancouver's tech scene

You know that common trope of a character in a movie or TV show moving back home from the big city and realizing that, actually, they like the small-town charms they find? Well, that’s not exactly Annika Lewis’s life, but...

Oct 18, 2019
Weekend Warrior: Wayne Wachell gets into the swing of things

Wayne Wachell got a bit of a late start with the game of tennis, but he’s more than made up for it over the years. The then–University of Alberta student was 20 when he began watching Argentine tennis sensation Guillermo...

Oct 17, 2019
BC Battlegrounds: The country is watching Vancouver Granville

We're not sure if you’ve heard, but there’s a federal election coming up. BCBusiness profiles the ridings in the province that are most vulnerable, according to 338Canada.com. Today’s edition focuses on Vancouver Granville. We’re less than a week away from the...

Oct 10, 2019
British Columbia Battlegrounds: The tale of two Randalls and turning Green in Esquimalt–Saanich–Sooke

We're not sure if you’ve heard, but there’s a federal election coming up quite soon. BCBusiness profiles the ridings in the province that are most vulnerable, according to 338Canada.com. Today’s edition focuses on Esquimalt–Saanich–Sooke. We are 12 days away from a federal election that is really starting to heat up. If a vicious English leaders debate wasn’t...

Oct 4, 2019
BCBusiness Report Card: Rating the federal election campaign scandals thus far

In the midst of a federal election that has seemingly swept up everyone and everything in its midst, some provincial manoeuvring has gone a tad under the radar. We’re, of course, to blame for that as well, and we will continue...

Oct 4, 2019
Young Guns: Jeff McCann covers for small businesses with Apollo Insurance

The second-youngest in a family with six children had graduated from SFU in 2013 with a bachelor’s degree in business administration and was well on his way to the courthouse. But McCann, a licensed insurance broker, took what he thought would be a temporary job in the field and fell...

Oct 3, 2019
Entrepreneur Of The Year 2019: Food + Beverage

For a company that was founded on shots of Jägermeister, the Warehouse Group is doing pretty well. In 2003, Dan Wilson walked into the Moose, a downtown Vancouver watering hole, and was introduced to the owner, Kyle Tweter, through a mutual friend. As the story goes, the two started chatting.

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