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Nov 15, 2017
Understanding the complexities of estate planning

The subject of death and subsequent dealings with wills and estates can seem intimidating and often confusing—but it doesn’t have to be. “The most important aspects of estate planning are awareness and preparedness,” says Sheryne Mecklai, Partner, Manning Elliott LLP. “Estate planning helps to eliminate both the uncertainties and the tough...

Nov 15, 2017
Seasonal Entertaining: Do It Like a Pro

Without batting an eye, the team at The Lazy Gourmet is known to cater the most intimate of parties of just six people, and then immediately prepare to oversee an event for 12,000 guests. While this suggests how white-hot the catering scene has become in Metro Vancouver, it also shows why...

Nov 6, 2017
Southridge Will Tap into Your Child's Potential

South Surrey’s Southridge School was founded as much on the values of trust, moral character and the power of community as it was on exceptional academics. “Our founding headmaster, Alan Brown, described our culture as ‘a lighthearted place of serious purpose’ because he understood that the goal was not only to...

Nov 3, 2017
A Great Time to Be in B.C. Tech

Brandon Roe founded his first tech company in 1999 and has received national press for his ventures. He is a programmer by trade, and is skilled in marketing, sales and raising capital. More recently, he’s added “angel investor” to his resume, specializing in web-based B2B software firms. What got you into...

Oct 26, 2017
Top 7 Reasons for Choosing Trinity Western University

— Scott Fehrenbacher, TWU’s Senior Vice-president of External Relations 1. ECONOMIC GROWTH While almost 70 per cent of its competitors missed their enrolment targets last year, one Fraser Valley university has been plotting a course for expansion. As headlines on and other...

Oct 20, 2017
Why cyber security should be top of mind, even when it's out of sight
Chris Hinton

BCBusiness + Shaw Cyberspace has no borders. It operates on a global scale and has opened the doors to unprecedented ways of doing business. Recent statistics show more than two-thirds of small businesses have a dedicated website, use apps to run their businesses, and do their own digital marketing. Whether it be online shopping, social media or...

Oct 12, 2017
Business Transitioning Tips From Those Who've Done it Right

A business transition doesn’t just happen: It is a process that requires a deft touch if the owner wants to acquire the most value when it comes time to sell. On deck at the Business Transitions Forum in Vancouver Nov. 15...

Oct 2, 2017
Accessing new capital requires preparation and sound advice

BCBusiness + Alexander Holburn Beaudin + Lang LLP Entrepreneurs are often in search of new capital, and being prepared is the key element. Stewart Muglich is Associate Counsel at Alexander Holburn Beaudin + Lang LLP and is the leader of the Corporate...

Sep 18, 2017
Business plan is crucial in the agri-food industry

BCBusiness + Manning Elliott LLP Forecasting and business plans are key elements for success, but more so in the agri-food industry as it faces new and shifting challenges, says Harjit K. Takhar, Partner, Manning Elliott LLP. Business owners need to be mindful...

Sep 15, 2017
Small Businesses Most At Risk In Cyberattacks

BCBusiness + Fully Managed Security breaches have increased 65 per cent since the first quarter of 2017 with a number of high-profile outbreaks infecting millions of computers around the world and causing billions of dollars in damage. WannaCry ransomware alone infected more than 200,000 computers in 150 countries in May. While recent reports...

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