Hear from Dr. Andrew Weaver, Leader of the BC Green Party at CEBC's Spring Conference on June 1st.
“Exploring New Chapters – Clean Energy in BC”
The N2N Forum is open to Business, SME’s, Industry, Government, Contractors and First Nations leaders who are seeking to identify frameworks to help address priorities while working in partnership on resource development in First Nations territories.
The #BCTECH Summit is the largest technology conference in British Columbia showcasing the province’s vibrant technology industry. Attend, build cross-sector opportunities for your business and explore the latest ideas and innovations fueling our economy today.
From innovations in eHealth data, autonomous vehicles and customer experience, to emerging ideas in cleantech, agritech and aerospace, the two-day event will give you the information and tools you need to move forward in a world where technology is impacting every part of our economy – and our lives.
The #BCTECH Summit brings together tech entrepreneurs, anchor companies, business leaders from traditional industries, investors, government and academia to establish new connections, nurture existing networks, and exchange fresh ideas around innovation driving business growth.
The Business Council of British Columbia and the Energy Council of Canada are pleased to co-host a member forum on Friday, March 10th in Vancouver. This invitation only luncheon will take place at the Terminal City Club.
Register today for our annual Post-Budget briefing with the Honourable Michael de Jong on Friday, February 24th. Don't miss this opportunity for an in-depth look at the province's economic plan and fiscal outlook presented by British Columbia's Minister of Finance.
We invite you to join the dialogue with Clean Energy BC as we host our 14th annual conference, Generate 2016, and experience our exciting lineup of plenary sessions, exhibitions, short courses, field trips and networking opportunities. The event is a forum for discussion and engagement between our diverse community of Independent Power Producers, First Nations and government representatives, utilities, consultants, contractors and suppliers. The programme will feature keynote speeches from former Premiers Gordon Campbell and Mike Harcourt, and the President of the BC LNG Alliance David Keane. Our sector is eager to have you actively participate in the path forward based on BC’s CLEAN ELECTRICITY ADVANTAGE.
On November 1, 2016, the Business Council of British Columbia’s fourth annual BC Business Summit will convene leaders and decision makers from across the province and the country to examine the global trends impacting the provincial economy and inform a plan forward towards long-term economic prosperity.
The BC-Jiangsu Business Council will be hosting the 2nd Annual Canada-China Trade & Investment Summit on September 22, 2016, in collaboration with the BC Ministry of International Trade and the Government of Jiangsu (China). With a population of 70 million, a $1.23 US trillion economy and the highest GDP per capita in China, Jiangsu provides an unparalleled gateway to the Chinese market.
Canada-India Business Council (C-IBC) in collaboration with B.C. Ministry of International Trade and Indian government is hosting BC-India Partnership Summit on September 15, 2016.
The focus of the Summit is Infrastructure needs and Clean Technology, supporting India’s Smart Cities mission. There is a perfect match between what India is looking for and what British Columbia has to offer.
The Aboriginal Business and Investment Council, in partnership with the Business Council of British Columbia, is pleased to host Business Council Members and First Nations leaders from across the province for an engaging afternoon of dialogue and information exchange at the Economic Development and Prosperity Forum on September 6th.
Join us under the Marquee tent at Hastings Park Racetrack for an exciting day at the races benefiting Resource Works.
There will be live music to entertain guests between races, a roaming photographer and a betting kiosk for the exclusive use of Race for Resources attendees.
The Business Council of British Columbia will host the fourth annual Chair’s Dinner on Monday, June 13th. The evening will be a celebration of the Business Council’s work over the past 50 years to advance economic prosperity across BC and will honor some of the province's finest businesses and business leaders for their ongoing contributions in support of this mission.
We are honoured to host Lorraine Mitchelmore, co-chair of Smart Prosperity and former President and Country Chair of Shell Canada as our keynote speaker. Lorraine will share her unique perspective regarding Canada's energy future and broader shifting approach to resource development, in light of an increasingly competitive, innovative and sustainable global economy. Bringing together Canadian leaders from business, think tanks, labour, Indigenous Peoples, youth, and NGO communities, Smart Prosperity aims to harness new thinking to map out and accelerate Canada’s transition to a stronger, cleaner economy in the next decade.
What do you want BC to look like in 2035? What are the big ideas that will leverage our collective strengths, adapt to global trends and result in the creation of a strong economy and society that will propel our province through the fourth industrial revolution?
Canada has important tools for business to succeed in the Pacific economy. Are we using them?
The second annual Pacific Finance and Trade Summit will look at how we can build our economy with a focus on important new tools in finance and trade. And how we can further develop those advantages to build business in the Pacific, with a commitment to economic growth, sustainability and global trade.
In partnership with AdvantageBC and the Province of British Columbia, this 25th edition of a CityAge event will gather business and public sector leaders from across North America and Asia to look a new approaches to growing Vancouver, BC's and Canada’s economic activity in the Pacific Rim.
Specific topics will include building Canada’s status as a gateway for financial and infrastructure services between the Asia Pacific and the Americas, building new markets for trade, expanding our shipping, air and technology industries, and building our national brand and presence in the Pacific.
She explores. She leads. She innovates. She TALKS!
16 women. 8 minutes each. 1 impactful day.
sheTalks Resources, presented by Resource Works, will feature stories of women and their connection to and journey through the resource sector in BC. Women are leading the way in ensuring resource development is taking place in environmentally, socially and economically responsible ways. Learn about the impacts these women are making in our communities.
We invite you to join us for an invaluable discussion, led by change agents in British Columbia's health, finance, energy and technology sectors, highlighting how BC companies are leading transformative change in a rapidly shifting business environment. This panel discussion will follow our 50th anniversary Annual General Meeting and installation of a new Chair.
As we reflect on the work of the Business Council over the past 50 years, a lot has changed for our member companies and business in our province in general. The accelerated pace at which global competitiveness, technological developments and business model changes are advancing today has never before been experienced. With the realities of climate change, the rise of the sharing economy and rapidly increasing disruptive technologies, innovation and adaptability are essential.
Multi-billion dollar public and private investments in health care are on the horizon. How can these investments ensure that our health care system rewards innovation, and is used as an asset that encourages economic growth and healthier cities?
British Columbia has a massive opportunity in the new St Paul’s hospital. How can that opportunity be used to build a healthier city and a new health precinct that yields a stronger economy and creates jobs?
To date, more than 1,000 leaders from across North America and Europe have attended The Data Effect. At the same time, CityAge has organized over 20 additional conferences that address opportunities in business of city-building.
In the sixth edition of The Data Effect, CityAge will combine these audiences – in health care research and in next generation city-building – to build a powerful network who can implement the innovations the next generation of Canadian health requires.
In 2015, our economy is undergoing a transition amid increasing global competiveness and rapid rate of change brought on by exciting new technological developments, demographic shifts, information transfers and global economic change. In this environment, it is important that we take steps today to prepare for the future. So, at this year’s Third Annual BC Business Summit, the Business Council is asking: what type of British Columbia do you want in 2035?
Join the Business Council of British Columbia and GE Ecomagination for a thought-provoking discussion on trends, technologies and actions to drive operational, financial and environmental performance.