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The Lists

Sep 29, 2017
Entrepreneur of the Year 2017: Manufacturing
Marcie Good and Jacob Parry

Three years ago, Gary Shokar found himself out of a job. Escorted out after the hostile takeover of his family-owned firm, Shokar built a competitor with incredible speed, scaling up his construction supply company, AvenEx Coating Technologies, from a dozen...

Sep 29, 2017
Entrepreneur of the Year 2017: Real Estate/Construction
Felicity Stone

In 2008, most Canadians buying U.S. real estate were looking for deals on vacation homes. North Vancouver native Janet LePage was just looking for deals. Over two years, while working full-time as a senior marketing manager at Ledcor Group, LePage...

Sep 29, 2017
Entrepreneur of the Year 2017: Emerging Technology
Felicity Stone

‘‘You wouldn’t think that four engineers would be that passionate about furniture, but we think we can really make a difference to people,” says Fraser Hall, who launched Article, a Vancouver-based online home furnishings retailer, in 2013 with fellow software...

Sep 29, 2017
Entrepreneur of the Year 2017: Business to Business
Dee Hon

The worst wildfires B.C. has seen in 59 years raged through the province this summer, but Rob McCurdy was prepared. The CEO of Richmond-based Pinnacle Renewable Energy was an executive for French cement giant Lafarge in New Orleans when he...

Sep 7, 2017
Top 100 2017: Swell of support brings record year for BC Children's Hospital Foundation
Matt O'Grady

The moment that Teri Nicholas’s six years as president and CEO of BC Children’s Hospital Foundation has been building toward is almost here. On October 29, the first children will enter the Teck Acute Care Centre: a 640,000-square-foot, eight-storey facility...

Sep 6, 2017
The Top 100 2017: How the Oppenheimer Group achieved double-digit revenue growth in 2016
Matt O'Grady

When I reach John Anderson at the Coquitlam offices of the Oppenheimer Group—also known, after a recent rebranding, simply as Oppy—he’s been back in the country for less than a day. “Apparently we haven’t had a lot of sunshine around...

Sep 5, 2017
Top 100 2017: Aritzia rides out stormy retail year with style
Marcie Good

The past year was tumultuous in the world of retail. The first quarter of 2017 saw record bankruptcies in the U.S., and in B.C. companies such as Vancouver startup Shoes.com folded and technical clothier Kit and Ace closed down all...

Sep 1, 2017
Top 100 2017: Ranking B.C.'s biggest winners, losers
Jacob Parry

Creation TechnologiesRevenue change: 47.3%Net income: NA Net income change: NA Burnaby-based Creation Technologies has enjoyed a prolonged phase of rapid growth. The company, which has 3,000 employees and 13 manufacturing plants in Canada, the U.S., Mexico and China, designs and builds...

Aug 31, 2017
The Top 100 2017: Top 5 Tourism + Culture

Revenue by fiscal year ($000) 2016: 3,109,876 c 2015: 3,068,446 c Revenue by fiscal year ($000) 2016: 775,000 e 2015: 750,000 e Revenue by fiscal year ($000) 2016: 566,400 2015: 435,800 Revenue by fiscal year ($000) 2016: 489,657 2015: 484,712 Revenue by fiscal year ($000) 2016: 456,000 2015: 485,000 e=estimate; c=converted from USD at 1.3248...

Aug 30, 2017
The Top 100 2017: Top 10 Manufacturing + Transport companies

Revenue by fiscal year ($000) 2016: 5,628,000 2015: 6,190,000 Revenue by fiscal year ($000) 2016: 4,450,000 2015: 4,100,000 Revenue by fiscal year ($000) 2016: 3,084,903 c 2015: 3,133,330 c Revenue by fiscal year ($000) 2016: 2,647,532 c 2015: 2,845,901 c Revenue by fiscal year ($000) 2016: 2,152,346 2015: 1,627,650 Revenue by fiscal year ($000) 2016: 1,980,000...

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