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Nexus Gold (TSX: NXS; US-OTC: NXXGF) Peter Berdusco, President and CEO “The phase one drilling got us to 200 metres in strike length, and our phase two is looking to expand on all that. The drilling was successful, so now it's up to the assays.” Peter Berdusco, president and CEO of West African explorer Nexus Gold, gives a snapshot of the company's latest drill campaign at its Bouboulou gold property in Burkina Faso.
Magellan Gold (US-OTC: MAGE) President and CEO of Magellan Gold Pierce Carson discusses how a $1 million processing mill in Mexico could transform the company. “Our cash flow depends largely on grade, but we could see $5 million to $10 million annually in cash flow … this will change the company quite a lot.”
GoviEx Uranium (TSXV: GXU) CEO Daniel Major of GoviEx Uranium explains why the company may be the first to benefit from an upswing in uranium market prices. “If you’re looking at an investment … look for the companies that can go from being a developer to a producer during the cycle. Ultimately that’s what we’re all about - mining material and not just finding it.” Daniel Major, CEO of GoviEx Uranium
Brian Porter, president and CEO of Scotiabank, waits to address the company's annual meeting in Calgary, Tuesday, April 12, 2016. Porter says he's concerned about the possibility of a housing market correction in Toronto and Vancouver. http://globalnews.ca/news/3278805/scotiabank-ceo-supports-government-rules-vancouver-toronto-housing-market/
Conversations That Matter features Pau Woo the CEO of HQ Vancouver on why Greater Vancouver and the Fraser Valley need to attract more Head Offices or run the risk of failing to realize our potential as a world class city. “ complacency is our biggest risk” says Woo, “people will come here because of the beauty of our landscape and the pristine environment. But unless these individuals also invest and generate economic activity and wealth, only a few, privileged few, will be able to live the kinds of lifestyles that we all would aspire to in this jurisdiction. And head offices have to be part of the solution of making this city truly livable and affordable and economically dynamic.” Woo says Vancouver is perfectly situated to attract Asian HQ’s looking to establish a North American presen...
Kathy Yuen is an Architectural Technologist who designs luxury dream homes across Canada. Kathy works with homeowners who want to design and build their dream home. Kathy and her team have developed a revolutionary 5-Step Planning Process to pro-actively plan a custom home project from start to finish. The process guarantees success and aims to eliminate the fear, uncertainty, and risk when clients embark on the process of designing and building their dream home. This Process has been executed with tremendous success on over 500+ client projects, and the base of ecstatic clients continue to grow exponentially across Canada. Her creative design sense and business acumen has attracted national attention over the years. Her firm’s design work has been featured in multiple luxury mag...
http://www.kcts9.org/atm "About the Money with Josephine Cheng" Airs Fridays at 7:00 p.m. on KCTS 9. The head of Tourism Vancouver describes how the city has prepared itself for the winter Olympics and offers tips on attending the games. Advice includes how to score tickets for popular events, finding a place to stay and getting around the Vancouver and Whistler venues.
After 12 months of planning and engagement with stakeholders and residents, Robin Silvester, President and CEO of Port Metro Vancouver, unveiled the historic Port 2050 Initiative on Nov. 25, 2012, during his annual address to The Vancouver Board of Trade. For a full recap and photo gallery from the event, visit http://www.boardoftrade.com/events/event-highlights/overview/3293505628.aspx
Watch more videos at http://www.bcbusiness.ca/videos The Kiip founder offers tips for entrepreneurs and explains why he keeps coming back for GROW Get more local business insight at BC Business Online http://www.bcbusiness.ca Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/bcbusiness Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/bcbusiness
Join Business in Vancouver on November 8th as we present the 2017 BC CEO Awards. This year's recipients will be honoured at an awards gala dinner where each winner will share their leadership lessons to an audience of Vancouver's business community. For more information, visit biv.com/ceo
Sandra Nomoto talks about the importance of getting support in the form of mentors, advisors, coaches, or Mastermind groups, the need to not be afraid of change in business, and Vancouver vs. New York, inspired by an article in Business in Vancouver newspaper: https://www.biv.com/article/2017/10/making-it-there-vancouver-entrepreneurs-new-york Chat back or follow us on our social media channels: Facebook: http://facebook.com/consciouspr Instagram: http://instagram.com/consciousprinc Twitter: http://twitter.com/sandranomoto Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/2495661 #ConsciousPR http://consciouspr.com
Newrange Gold (TSXV: NRG; US-OTC: CMBPF) Robert Carrington, president and CEO of Newrange Gold, discusses the blue-sky potential at the company’s Pamlico gold project in one of Nevada’s historic mining camps. “We’re looking to expand and develop continuity between the two highly mineralized zones. Assuming it comes to fruition, we’ll be looking at a zone over 100 metres wide that may have a grade between 3 and 6 grams gold.”
In his first speech to the Board of Trade as CEO, entitled YVR: Connections That Work, rather than inundate the crowd with pie charts and bar graphs, CEO Craig took a storytelling approach. Using four real stories to illustrate why YVR matters to the people, products and businesses of B.C. More pictures, less pie charts.
United Way of the Lower Mainland Board Member Chris Kelly, Superintendent of Schools and CEO for the Vancouver School Board, shared a powerful vision of meaningful change at United Way's 2007 Campaign Kick-Off. Chris takes us to a world where everyones potential can be realized.
This is the twelfth event in this Food Talks series! Come join us to meet and mingle with other foodies, and to hear some enlightening speakers from the food community. Hosted by Richard Wolak - Founder of Vancouver Foodster and Food Talks Theme: Perfectionism in our Food Community 1) Getting it right, always 2) How have they achieved their goals 3) Is failing a concern to being innovative Speaker shown in this video: Peter Van Stolk CEO – Spud Peter is the CEO of SPUD (Sustainable Produce Urban Delivery), an online grocery store delivering local & organic products to customers in 6 cities within North America. Peter previously founded the Jones Soda Company in 1987, and served as CEO and Chairman of the Board of Directors through 2007. Peter also oversaw the launch of new produc...
Produced February 23, 2012 - Washington State University Vancouver Comcast Newsmakers of Oregon and Southwest Washington is hosted by veteran journalist Ken Ackerman. It features informational discussions with local, state and federal elected officials as well as community, non-profit, education and civic leaders. It can be seen only on Comcast and is aired every hour on CNN Headline News 54 minutes past the hour with the exception of primetime on weekdays. It is a great way for residents in the community to find out about the people and issues that directly affect their lives.
Industry Training Authority CEO Gary Herman was at Buildex Vancouver recently to head up a session on finding, training and retaining skilled workers. Herman spoke to the Journal of Commerce about the looming skills shortage in British Columbia, and said despite the recent downturn in commodities, industry will still need a large number of new skilled workers to fill the labour gap. Herman also discussed the effect of workers returning to B.C. from Alberta and how they affect the labour market, and listed employment alternatives to liquefied natural gas projects. JOC News Services
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YWCA Metro Vancouver CEO Janet Austin was inducted into the Greater Vancouver Board of Trade's prestigious Council of Governors on April 11, 2016. In this video, business and community leaders reflect on her legacy of leadership, which has spanned dozens of community organizations in Greater Vancouver and British Columbia. Watch Janet's acceptance speech here: https://youtu.be/Z7tZB-ZQ18A