Contents | November 2011
People and Partnerships
Wendy Lisogar-Cocchia, spa magnate and new chair of the Vancouver Board of Trade, shares her objectives and muses about the next generation of business leaders.
by Valerie McTavish
Iain Black turned heads by making the quick decision to leap back into the private sector – giving voice to the business community as the head of the Vancouver Board of Trade.
by David Godsall
Three of Vancouver's favourite coaches blow away clichés while proving the great value of sport as a teacher of success, failure and leadership.
by Jeff Paterson
Catch and Release
Control – how to get it, when to let it go – dictates your business win-loss record.
by Peter Mitham
Leaders benefit from opportunities and guidance gained in their teens.
by Peter Mitham
Clash of the Titans
Two historical forces that shaped Vancouver Island meet stiff resistance as residents square off against a developer's vision of leafy residential streets and a coal miner's plans for a massive underground mine.
by Jim Sutherland
East Eats West
Will the unique dining category spawned in the tony enclaves of Yaletown and Kitsilano become Canada's national cuisine?
by Steve Burgess
5 Secret Sites
These five high-security worksites are indispensable – and invisible – to British Columbians.
by Corey Van't Haaff
Profile: Kazuko Komatsu
Beer fads may come and go, but Kazuko Komatsu has run B.C.'s biggest independent brewery for the past 20 years.
by Randall Heidt
How to Pick a Pet Blogger Harnessing the marketing power of online influencers
Just for the App of It Sometimes just solving a problem is more important than making money
Let the Chips Fly A local chocolatier gambles on cracking the Vegas market
Inquiring Minds What job should everyone do once?
Need to Know How to Compete in the Big Leagues
Crossroads Stuart Ballantyne, CEO of Canada's 2015 Winter Games on leaving the Vancouver Giants
Lunch with Lucy Lucy lunches with famed Vancouver architect Bing Thom