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The Vancouver company known for its dairy-free cheese, Daiya, is moving their operations to Burnaby in 2020. Their current facility near the Rupert Street train station is around 65,000 sq feet, and will expand to a whopping 400,000 sq ft.

The new location will be at 3100 Production Way, wrote in 2018. The Brick was the previous tenant and used it for distribution before moving to North Delta.

The producer of gluten and dairy-free foods will look for 300 new hires for the new Burnaby location and will sit near the fantastic Dageraad Brewing.

(image from A few new offices are being built for a few local tech giants. The Daily Hive is reporting that Microsoft and Slack have expansion plans in Vancouver. Microsoft’s New Gastown Space Microsoft already has locations at 111 West Georgia, 725 Granville, and 858 Beatty Street. The new office space at 155 Water Street will be eating up 75,000 sq feet. The

As businesses become more socially conscious, so do the awards. Over the years the increase of B Corp certified companies in Vancouver (there’s even a local chapter) has shown that the local business community is helping to take on issues that affect us. In the same spirit, BC Business is holding a competition for businesses in British Columbia that “turn the

Some great news this week as three well known Vancouver startups closed on some big funding rounds. Terramera Terramera, the Vancouver-based biotech company which helps produce cleaner alternatives to chemical pesticides, closed $60 million (Canadian) in series A financing. Here's their announcement on Twitter. Have you heard the news? Terramera has raised $45M in Series B financing and added @CarlCasale to its Board of

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New Ventures BC just announced the top 10 finalists for the $250,000 cash and prizes. It's an annual startup tech award for BC companies less than 5 years old. Here are the companies! Beatdapp - allows music labels to track streams BioInteractive Technologies - wearable tech to recover from hand, wrist and forearm injuries Cuboh - consolidates restaurant ordering platforms

B.C's construction industry has built the province, literally. From homes to commercial offices to community centres, construction and development companies, big and small, are responsible for building our province's infrastructure as well as strengthening our economy. Every year, the British Columbia Construction Association dishes out statistics on its industry, and there are some pretty crazy numbers in their latest stat

It’s the biggest year yet for travel and tourism in BC. The CBC is reporting that Destination BC is forecasting 23 million visitors to the province this year, a record-setting number for the province. According to Destination BC’s report, 20.8 million people toured about British Columbia in 2018. This is great news for travel and tourism businesses in Vancouver. Check out

Female-owned businesses in Vancouver are booming. Our city ranks 11th on the Dell Global Women Entrepreneur Cities (WE Cities) Index, the second highest Canadian city after Toronto. This index ranks cities based on "the impact of local policies, programs and characteristics in addition to national laws and customs to help improve support for women entrepreneurs and the overall economy." Business