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Call for 2019 Economic Advisory Committee applicants!

Serving on a City of Richmond advisory committees is one way residents can participate in local government. City Council is now encouraging residents to apply for over 100 volunteer positions on several advisory bodies, all of which address specific civic issues, before the Friday, September 28, 2018 deadline. “Richmond residents can make a positive impact

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10 ways to make it easier for your business to get government funding

Government grants, contributions, and tax credits are a great source of funding for SMEs. Unlike equity investments, grants mean you don’t have to give funders a stake in your business to attract this money. However, the volume of funds available and complex application process often overwhelm entrepreneurs. Here are 10 tips to help your business

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Win a $20,000 Scholarship from Tourism Richmond

Mentorship. Financing. Investment. Tourism. What do these things have in common? They’re all found in the Pacific. Authentic. Scholarship, offered by Tourism Richmond. The objective of the Pacific. Authentic. Scholarship is to support the growth of Richmond’s tourism industry, not only by investing financially, but also by being actively involved in the initiative through mentoring

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Richmond Business News – September 2018

Richmond businesses did not slow down over the summer!  IKEA opened a new customer distribution center, the Richmond Night Market discussed its role as a start-up incubator for food businesses, Herbaland Naturals explored new export markets, and Premium Brands expanded its holdings to include an organic chicken producer. These stories and more in the September

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Richmond Economic Snapshot for Q2 2018

For a quick snapshot of how the economy is performing in Richmond, and in the surrounding Metro Vancouver region, the City of Richmond’s Quarterly Economic Report has got you covered. In this report you’ll find up-to-date statistics and analysis on key economic indicators including housing and development, tourism and trade, business growth, commercial space and

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Richmond Business News – July 2018

Major local business news and success stories for the month of July include local CEO inducted into the Agricultural Hall of Fame, 3 new local breweries joining the BC Ale Trail partner program, local clean tech company helping to build 5 all-electric ferries in Norway and an award winning software startup creating a system to

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Scale your Progressive Food Business with Feeding Growth

Give your progressive food business a leg up with Feeding Growth. Feeding Growth’s Scale Your Progressive Food Business is a five-part workshop series that provides practical tips to environmentally progressive, organic, ethical, and socially responsible packaged goods companies at critical stages of expansion. Feeding Growth alumni include award-winning businesses such as Wize Monkey, Spread’em Kitchen

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Nominate your Richmond business for one of these 3 awards in 2018

Whether your business is in tourism, retail, manufacturing or technology, there’s an award out there for you – and even the process of nominating your company can have huge benefits. Each industry has its own award program where businesses vie to be recognized for excellence in their field. There are also more general, non-industry-specific business

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Richmond Business News – June 2018

Major local business news and success stories for the month of June include companies nominated for BC’s “food Oscars”, announcement of a $9.1 billion expansion project at YVR, recognition of Richmond’s Asian food scene in the New York Times, and more! Richmond companies nominated for BC’s “food Oscars” A number of Richmond companies including Organika,

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City supports next generation of leaders and entrepreneurs

6 December 2017 For the fourth year in a row, the City of Richmond supported the Young Entrepreneurship Leadership Launchpad (YELL Canada) program by organizing a business tour for high school students enrolled in the program. YELL Canada is a registered Canadian charity that was founded by three entrepreneurs including Richmond businessperson and past Economic

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New growth supports expansion of key Richmond services

01 February 2018 Richmond is continuing to enjoy robust, sustained growth with more than $2.4 billion in new development during the current Council term, said Mayor Malcolm Brodie in his Annual Address Thursday. The new growth is supporting the achievement of key City objectives, including providing funding of a new Capstan Station on the Canada

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City of Richmond selected as finalist in Smart Cities Challenge

01 June 2018 The City of Richmond has been named as a finalist in the Smart Cities Challenge. Twenty finalists were announced on Friday by federal Minister of Infrastructure and Communities Amarjeet Sohi. “This is a tremendous honour and we are very excited about the next phase of the competition,” said Richmond Mayor Malcolm Brodie.

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Business in Richmond Blog


bioLytical Laboratories recognized as a leader in BC’s life sciences community

Richmond, BC, Apr 26, 2018 • About bioLytical Laboratories


Richmond Night Market featured in Lonely Planet

Lonely Planet, May 9, 2018 • About the Richmond Night Market


City of Richmond Q1 2018 Economic Report now available

Economic data on key economic indicators including housing and development, tourism and trade, business growth, commercial space and more. View the complete report here.


Richmond proposes Intelligent Operations Hub

A new Intelligent Operation Hub seamlessly integrating data and coordinating emergency response by all levels of government is being proposed by the City of Richmond as part of the national Smart Cities Challenge. Thank you to the businesses, citizens, stakeholders & partners that helped shape this submission. Read more here. View the Complete Submission


New growth supports expansion of key Richmond services

Richmond is continuing to enjoy robust, sustained growth with more than $2.4 billion in new development during the current Council term, said Mayor Malcolm Brodie in his Annual Address Thursday. The new growth is supporting the achievement of key City objectives, including providing funding of a new Capstan Station on the Canada Line, expected to

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Richmond Carbon Marketplace Program

Through the Richmond Carbon Market program, the City of Richmond is once again inviting organizations to submit information on local projects that result in greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reductions of 50 tonnes per year, or more. Projects that undergo an assessment and meet City and Provincial requirements may be able to access support funding for

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14 Oranges ranked as Western Canada’s top mobile app development company

BC Technology, Feb 14, 2018 • About 14 Oranges