Richmond Business News – February 2020

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February’s Business in Richmond monthly e-newsletter covers the full spectrum ranging from increased transportation, a look into the legacy of the 2010 Olympics, to squid ink fondue.

TransLink adds more trains to its Canada Line fleet

The new trains will increase service by 15 per cent during peak hours.
The Province • January 21

Cascades Ranks Among the World’s Top 100 Most Sustainable Companies

Cascades is pleased to announce it has ranked 49th among the Global 100 Most Sustainable Corporations in the World.
Cision •  January 21

dnata commences catering operations in Canada; opens state-of-the-art facility at YVR

dnata, one of the world’s largest air services providers, continues to expand its global catering network.
dnata  • February 3

Vancouver 2010: Olympic venues’ legacy measured not just in dollars

In assessing the legacy of the 2010 Winter Olympics, it’s noteworthy that few if any of the event’s purpose-built facilities have turned into the kind of white elephants that have plagued other host cities.
Business in Vancouver • February 13

Sierra Wireless launches Ready-to-Connect RC Series of modules to simplify and accelerate IoT Deployment

Sierra Wireless Ready-to-Connect Module and Connectivity Bundles Lower TCO up to 40% and Enable OEMs and Service Providers to Instantly Connect Devices Anywhere in the World
BC Tech News • February 13

Richmond-based company leads the Sustainable Maritime Technology Industry

Corvus Energy and BC Ferries introduced two new hybrid vessels to sail in 2020.
The Runner • February 18

Richmond French bakery will put squid ink fondue on menu for their 10th anniversary

Known for their croissants and macarons, L’Opera Patisserie will soon be dipping into specialty fondues and more on their new menu.
Vancouver is Awesome • February 18

PressReader Enters into Licensing Agreement with Wall Street Journal

Richmond based PressReader has signed a new licensing deal with Dow Jones and its flagship Wall Street Journal brand.
Techcouver • February 20

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