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        Jun 13, 2022
        Heading into a tough negotiation? A local consultant gives 5 tips to winning big

        Walking into a negotiation is kind of like confessing your love for someone: every word matters. Business consultant Jenna Bayuk, who founded Vancouver-based Kinship Kollective in 2019, spent 15 years helping entrepreneurs across various industries to develop their companies, market their...

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        Jun 10, 2022
        How the BC Lions secured their largest home crowd in eight years
        Nathan Caddell

        When Amar Doman bought the BC Lions in August of last year, he did it with a promise. “I’m motivated, most of all, by the future I see ahead for this franchise. I am extremely excited to get started,” said...

        Jun 10, 2022
        How two Indigenous entrepreneurs are using the retail and music industries to get land back, for real
        Alyssa Hirose

        Most recording artists can point to a specific moment in music that changed their lives. For Dakota Bear, it was the premiere of 8 Mile, the 2002 hip-hop drama starring Eminem. “I didn’t really listen to hip-hop until I watched...

        Jun 10, 2022
        Lululemon announces plans to move into massive downtown office
        Nathan Caddell

        Office culture won’t fully return to what it was pre-pandemic, we know that much. But there are still companies intent on establishing a brick-and-mortar presence. Chief among them, in B.C. at least, is apparel retailer Lululemon, which announced today plans...

        Jun 9, 2022
        CF Interiors builds quick-ship furniture retailer in the heart of Strathcona
        Rushmila Rahman

        For any furniture company to get a seat at the table, it has to do things well and it has to do them fast. It was never an easy feat, but pandemic and supply-chain delays pushed up wait times everywhere...

        Jun 9, 2022
        How Port Coquitlam's Dōst is blazing a path through the crowded e-bike industry
        Nathan Caddell

        Sam Atakhanov was on the e-bike trend before most. In 2012, the self-described outdoor junkie injured his meniscus while mountain bike racing. So he built his own e-bike kit to ease the stress on his body. Two distinct voices in...

        Jun 8, 2022
        Pacific Trader: Can this biodegradable plastic maker turn a good idea into a winning investment?
        Michael McCullough

        The stock: Have you ever looked at all the plastic in your grocery bags and kitchen and bathroom cabinets and wondered, How hard can it be to make waterproof, airtight, sterile material that won’t still be poking out of the...

        Jun 7, 2022
        Vancouver's Carl Data Solutions goes with the flow toward seven-figure sales
        Rushmila Rahman

        Like many of us, Vancouver-based software company Carl Data Solutions has been through some big changes during the pandemic. Over the past few years, the business—which monitors real time series data to make AI-based predictions for industry and Smart City...

        Jun 7, 2022
        B.C.'s Most Loved Brands 2022
        Nick Rockel

        When it comes to the COVID pandemic, not all brands are created equal. In our ninth annual B.C.’s Most Loved Brands ranking, based on a survey by research partner Ipsos in January and February, the top five names show their staying...

        Jun 6, 2022
        Vancouver-based property matchmaker Parvis raises $2.6 million in seed funding
        Rushmila Rahman

        Sourcing high quality real estate to put your money into can sometimes feel like landing your dream job in the middle of a recession—barriers to entry are high and chances are slim. But proptech startups like Parvis are looking to modernize...

        Jun 5, 2022
        All Black-owned small businesses in Vancouver qualify for this $125,000 grant
        Rushmila Rahman

        Toronto-based Cassels Brock & Blackwell LLP is offering a $125,000 Small Business grant to Black-owned businesses in Vancouver. This is the law firm’s third annual grant, the previous two having focused on Toronto and Calgary respectively. The initiative started as a...

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