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The Diversity Dividend

Immigrant Employment Council of British Columbia, in partnership with Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation, RBC Royal Bank, and SFU Public Square, has recently brought together representatives ...
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On November 23, BC Tech hosted our first Recruiter in Residence Workshop. In partnership withCreative Technology Resources, the workshop centered around the theme of implementing a bulletproof interview process for tech hires.
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Inspired by the Tech Community, Inspiring the Tech Community.

The BC Tech Association is guided by our mission to make BC the best place to grow a tech company. For more than 20 years, BC Tech (formerly the BCTIA) has been providing opportunities for the tech industry to collaborate, learn, and grow together. We are dedicated to connecting companies, developing talent, sharing stories, and advocating on behalf of tech companies to keep our industry thriving.

Since our founding in 1993, the tech industry has quintupled to nearly $25 billion in revenue. In that time, we have played a privileged role in supporting the growth of the tech community that now includes over 9,000 companies, employing more than 90,000 people, and that has been one of the strongest contributors to BC’s economic growth over the past decade.

We serve as a platform to grow the tech ecosystem, building programs and initiatives that uphold our core values: Be of Service, Succeed Together, Pay it Forward.

The cleantech edge: Canada’s fastest growing industry in the age of climate change

September 18, 2014 @ 4:30 pm – 7:30 pm
SFU Segal Building
500 Granville St
Vancouver BC
Ryan KadowakiE-mail

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Canada’s cleantech industry is growing faster than every other major sector of the economy according to a new report surveying companies from across the country.

The David Suzuki Foundation and partners the Pacific Institute for Climate Solutions, the BC Cleantech CEO Alliance, and the BC Technology Industry Association are organizing a clean technology event on the significance and opportunity of this sector to the Canadian economy and its role in addressing environment challenges such as climate change.

4:30-6:00pm – Keynote speaker followed by panel discussion/Q&A
6:00pm-7:30pm – Reception (wine & refreshments)

Keynote Speaker
Celine Bak, president of Analytica Advisors, one of Canada’s foremost experts on the clean technology sector is confirmed as the keynote speaker.

Target Audiences
Technology business leaders, other business leaders, business and grad students, NGOs, B.C. government policy makers, national and local media, academics, National Research Council, diplomatic representatives in Vancouver, engaged public interested in clean energy and/or climate change issues.

Click here to register now!