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    Sep 3, 2021
    The B.C. economy has fundamentally changed. Are we ready for tomorrow?

    I’ve come up with a set of rules that describe our reactions to technologies:1. Anything that is in the world when you’re born is normal and ordinary and is just a natural part of the way the world works.2. Anything...

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    Sep 1, 2021
    New Ventures BC Competition top 10 includes innovations in real estate and health
    By the Editors

    As always, the New Ventures BC Competition (put on by Crown agency Innovate BC) features some of the province’s top up-and-coming tech names. After three rounds, these 10 companies are still in contention for the $250,000 in cash and prizes on...

    Sep 1, 2021
    Pacific Trader: After 25 years, food tech company Enwave turns the corner to profitability
    Michael McCullough

    The stock: Delta-based Enwave Corp. (TSXV:ENW) is a company with a promising patented technology trying to transcend a messy history. Enwave manufactures and sells Radiant Energy Vacuum (REV) machines, based on a process first developed at UBC, which use microwaves...

    Aug 31, 2021
    Canadian Workplace Culture Index sets out to measure the most intangible of factors
    Nathan Caddell

    We talk to a lot of CEOs and leaders of organizations here at BCBusiness. The main thing every single one of them stresses—no matter their industry—is the importance of developing a strong culture. Of course, “culture” doesn’t exactly have a defining quality, or...

    Aug 31, 2021
    It’s a Good Thing: How one Vancouver restaurateur is fighting back against the food delivery giants
    Matt O'Grady

    In the restaurant business, fortunes can turn on a dime—as Brandon Grossutti, owner of Gastown’s Asian-fusion eatery Pidgin, knows all too well. “I feel like we’re just getting started,” Grossutti told Scout Magazine in a February 25, 2020, profile. “I think...

    Aug 27, 2021
    Weekend Warrior: Architect Kevin Vallely has explored the planet’s farthest reaches
    Nathan Caddell

    Architect Kevin Vallely has made something of a habit of taking on mind-bending expeditions. After all, he’s skied Alaska’s daunting 1,860-kilometre Iditarod Trail, scampered through Vancouver Island’s West Coast Trail in record time, retraced a 2,000-kilometre, Klondike-era ice-bike route and...

    Aug 27, 2021
    Opinion: Want to build a profitable, fast-growing company? Bricks and mortar weigh you down
    David Rowat

    The pandemic has disrupted patterns of work and communication throughout the world economy. Literally overnight, employees were forced to leave the office and work from home. Few people found themselves prepared for the assault on work styles, infrastructure and family life...

    Aug 26, 2021
    Vancouver’s Bettermoo(d) is fighting for a dairy-free future, one product at a time
    Nathan Caddell

    Across North America, sales of dairy milk have been declining for some time. That’s not a surprise to anyone who’s been in a grocery store lately and seen the numerous options for almond and oat milk occupying shelves. Vancouver-based Bettermoo(d) has...

    Aug 26, 2021
    Video Q&A: Women of the Year 2021 – Rising Stars
    By the Editors

    To honour the contenders in our second Women of the Year competition, we’ve created video interviews with finalists in eight categories. For this instalment, we chatted with Rising Stars winners Diamond Isinger and Samantha Lindeman Isinger, who is provincial commissioner for the...

    Aug 25, 2021
    Pacific Trader: Why Lithium Americas could be a big winner in the EV revolution
    Michael McCullough

    If you believe in the lithium story, Lithium Americas is as good a vehicle as any to ride it out. The company is about a year away from starting production at its Caucharí-Olaroz project in Argentina, which will use a combination of brine evaporation ponds and chemical processing plants to produce 40,000 tonnes per year to start.

    Aug 24, 2021
    Can B.C. stake its claim as a leader in responsible mineral extraction?
    Ryan Stuart

    The Deer Horn mining project was unusual from the start. When an area in the Coast Mountains south of Smithers first intrigued him back in 2010, Tony Fogarassy didn’t send in a field geologist on a clandestine rock-bashing mission. The...

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