Business leaders faced a number of challenges in the rapidly changing landscape of enterprise networking this past year. Although enterprises have acclimated by building more robust networks, there are still a number of advancements in communications, networking speed, flexibility, and technology that have yet to find their full potential. Enterprises should expect advancements driven by […]
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These days organizations put in extensive efforts in enhancing the human resource-related operations of the business. As a result, enterprises spent years implementing different Human Resource solutions in an attempt to enhance the existing operations and drive better results. Leveraging solutions such as the SAP SuccessFactors can enable the organization to augment its Human […]
Navigating your new business is a difficult job, let alone during a pandemic. Whether you’re just getting started or still learning the ropes of your businesses, hiring an additional third-party source can help you better weather any future storms. New Business During Covid Age Many businesses choose to hire an outside party or consultant in […]
Making your career or even your side hustle through social media is a move more and more people are making. Becoming a social media “influencer” or creator as it’s more commonly being called, does take a lot of time and effort. For those that are hoping to make money through brand sponsorships the most difficult […]
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Managing and growing a business takes time, money, and a lot of patience. Another life pursuit that demands attention in these same areas? Raising a family! So how are there women out there managing both a demanding business and raising a family? We asked 5 Vancouver Businesswomen for their advice on managing motherhood while simultaneously […]
It’s hard to stay on top of the latest social media apps these days, let alone the latest trending news story. Staying educated and informed on the latest current affairs and breaking news has become harder over the years, especially with the increasing distrust in a majority of news sources, #fakenews anyone? Two Canadians are […]
Whether you prefer a cold beer or a hand-crafted cocktail, there’s something to be said about being served a good drink after a long week. To show support for local hospitality staff, the first Friday of December has been reserved for National Bartenders Day. This day is the perfect day to show appreciation for your local […]
The worst (and best) advice for burgeoning small business owners When starting your own business, all of a sudden everyone from your BFF to your Great Aunt Margaret will become entrepreneurial gurus. Not all of the advice will be valuable, I mean what does Aunt Margaret know about building a craft brewery empire? With so […]
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Want to take your staff Christmas party up several notches? Treat your employees to a night out of the office with these holiday events and shows. The holidays are right around the corner—but they also can add a lot of stress. If you’re living the office life, that can mean working long hours […]
With Black Friday sales approaching and the holidays quickly proceeding, it’s time to start thinking about the products you want to pick up for the office or your business! For the tech-gurus on your team, any of these smart home products are sure to impress. What’s even better is you can order them from the […]
Beginning Oct. 1, winter tires or chains are required on most major highways in B.C. — including the Malahat until April 30. The B.C. Ministry of Transportation is reminding drivers that not having them on designated highways can result in fines of $109. Truckers will face higher fines for not carrying chains this year. Commercial […]
As the Vancouver real estate market continues to break records for high rents and low vacancies, more and more business owners and professionals are looking to creative approaches when it comes to their office spaces. In January 2019, the downtown Vancouver office vacancy rate dropped to 3.4% – its lowest level since 2008. To combat […]
VANCOUVER, BC – May 22, 2019 – BCBusiness is excited to announce the 30th anniversary of the Top 100 luncheon, a celebration of B.C.’s largest companies, taking place on Thursday, June 20 from 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM at Fairmont Hotel Vancouver. As the biggest networking event in the city, this year’s Top 100 event […]
Yoga for Homes Fundraiser – Vancouver BC We are offering a special yoga class to raise funds to help build homes for families in need living in Zambia. The houses will be built by volunteers through Habitat for Humanity. Can a yoga class help build a home for a family in need? Yes with Karma […]
Are you career driven but also desire a meaningful purpose? A leading-edge MBA at Trinity Western University may just be the professional and personal gateway you’re searching for. TWU’s MBA equips and empowers graduates to excel in for-profit as well as non-profit organizations. Our renowned and comprehensive program features: a […]
Article by: Timothy Lang, President & CEO at Youth Employment Services (YES). The transition from education into the workplace can be a scary one. As youth are instructed to follow a specific path paved out by societal norms, the reality of fully preparing themselves to be a candidate for employment can be intimidating. With the unemployment […]
Is your education preparing you for ‘new collar’ jobs? Written by Darian Kovacs As fast as technology is changing, the job force has been changing. No longer is it just two types of job forces – White Collar and Blue Collar, but a new player has emerged. New-collar jobs fall in the technology sector and […]
The results are in, and after tallying the responses from Canada’s largest survey of small businesses, you’d be surprised by the shocking insights. The survey, commissioned by Vistaprint in conjunction with Cyberimpact, captured data from small businesses across the country. Small businesses are the core of the Canadian economy, with approximately 1.3 million small businesses […]