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Sep 12, 2019
How Great Ideas Get Noticed

BCBusiness + Innovate BC As entrepreneurs who have participated in the event can attest, this year’s New Ventures BC Competition, presented by Innovate BC, is more than a chance to win $250,000 in cash and prizes. It, along with New Ventures’ Distance...

Sep 5, 2019
10 Things You Didn't Know About... Tzoa founder and CEO Kevin Hart
By the Editors

A journeyman electrician by trade, Kevin Hart fell into air quality monitoring while working at a hazardous waste site. Unsure of what he was being exposed to when his employer gave him a respirator, Hart saw an opportunity to develop a...

Sep 4, 2019
Burnaby-based Clio hits historic Series D funding mark
Nathan Caddell

Clio co-founder and CEO Jack Newton didn’t mince words when thanking friends and family for being among the first investors in his legal software endeavour. “I did not want to be attending my parents' Thanksgiving and having to eat mac and...

Sep 3, 2019
Toon Town: Vancouver’s animation and visual effects industry cracks the billion-dollar mark
Fiona Morrow

It’s Saturday morning at the Vancouver Convention Centre, and there’s something strange going on. I’m here for the Digital Entertainment Career Fair organized by the Vancouver Economic Commission (VEC), but my eyes are momentarily flooded with spandex and sparkles. When...

Aug 28, 2019
10 Things You Didn't Know About... Redbrick founder and CEO Tobyn Sowden
Felicity Stone

Like, why budgets set you free. Born on Salt Spring Island and raised in Chemainus, Tobyn Sowden comes from an entrepreneurial family: his great-grandfather, grandfather and father all set up their own businesses in B.C. Now based in Victoria, Sowden seems to have an affinity for red. His first venture, a marketing...

Aug 27, 2019
Opinion: Why Canadian businesses need to prepare for the California Consumer Protection Act (CCPA) and how they can comply
Rakesh Soni

As the world becomes more digital, data security and privacy regulations are a growing concern. And as Canadian companies grow internationally, it is becoming necessary to abide by other nations’ regulations. This is the case with the CCPA. The CCPA, or the California Consumer Protection Act, takes effect on January 1, 2020...

Aug 15, 2019
10 Things You Didn't Know About... Michael Wrinch, CEO of Hedgehog Technologies
By the Editors

Like, how his company got its name. In his late teens and early twenties, Michael Wrinch worked throughout B.C. as a forest firefighter. “Being the physically smallest on the crew, I had to work twice as hard to prove myself which often meant I was trudging through mud and hauling extra...

Aug 9, 2019
Opinion: How can AI enhance my brand?
Ben Baker

In his monthly column for BCBusiness, branding expert Ben Baker shares his insights into how to communicate value effectively, so people want to listen and engage. In the end, it’s about creating influence through trust. Change is terrifying for many people.

Aug 8, 2019
10 Things You Didn't Know About... Bench Accounting CEO Ian Crosby
Nathan Caddell

Though he was a freshman at the Sauder School of Business at the tender age of 16, it hasn’t always been smooth sailing for Ian Crosby. Take the first quarter of this year, when the Bench Accounting co-founder and CEO realized...

Aug 6, 2019
Agritech Challenge Winners Announced

BCBusiness + Innovate BC The importance of Innovate BC’s Agritech Innovation Challenge from an entrepreneur’s point of view cannot be overstated, as far as Mike Boudreau, president & CEO of Technology Brewing Corporation in Salmon Arm, is concerned. “An overwhelmingly large percentage...

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