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Social Enterprise: The New Sustainability

BONUS CONTENT: As part of Douglas magazine’s “Brave New World of Business” series, we take a look at attitudes to business sustainability and at British Columbia’s newest business model — community contribution companies or C3s.

Winners Announced at 2013 VIATeC Technology Awards

A record-breaking crowd celebrated Victoria’s tech winners on June 20 at Victoria Conference Centre — and even took the celebration to the streets.

 
 

Trend Watching Pays Off for Victoria-based One Net Marketing

 

How do you use technology to appeal to a demographic that traditionally eschews the “plugged –in” life? You go old-school. Hipster Bait (www.hipsterbait.com) is an interactive geo-caching music discovery game designed to “bring back rock & roll, one hipster at a time.”

The game combines cross-channel media including an interactive website, physical cassette tapes, geo-caching, video, and gamification.

Sparking Conversation: This is Vic

 

A recently initiated city-wide collaborative project called This is Vic aims to celebrate all that is unique about Victoria and challenge the notion of the “newly wed and the nearly dead.”

Victoria Cruise Season Draws to a Close

 

A bustling summer tourism season for Victoria will see the last cruise ship of the 2013 season set sail this Monday, September 30, following the unexpected addition of the Westerdam to the Ogden Point cruise ship schedule. The departure of the Holland America Line ship wraps up another busy cruise ship season at Victoria's port.

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Victoria Public Market to Open This Weekend

 

The wait is finally over for the eagerly anticipated Victoria Public Market at the Hudson. This Saturday, Sept. 14, the first permanent market vendors will open up their stalls in the renovated space at 1701 Douglas St.

“In the age of big box stores, we are redefining the local grocery story,” says general manager Maryanne Carmack. “We are building a food hub where the community can come to gather and learn where their food comes from and have access to local food.”

Broadmead Village to Celebrate Their New Community Hub

 

One of the first phases of Broadmead Village’s $8.1 million dollar renovation is now complete. The improvements to the outdoor areas in the centre by Grosvenor Americas have been designed to facilitate community interaction and create suitable spaces for social gatherings and events while enhancing the overall shopping experience.

Changing Values: The Next Generation of Business

 

BONUS CONTENT: In the August/September 2013 issue of Douglas magazine, we published the article “Brave New World of Business” in which we explored how the business mentality has changed from slow, steady, and top heavy to lean, agile, and speed-of-light fast.

Gustavson MBA Team in Top Three in the World

 

Seems coffee is a valuable study aid in more than one way. A team of MBA students from the University of Victoria’s Sardul S. Gill Graduate School at the Gustavson School of Business placed in the top three in the world at the recent Nespresso AAA Sustainable Quality MBA Challenge 2013.

Victoria City Manager Gail Stephens Resigns

 

The City of Victoria has announced that City Manager Gail Stephens will resign in early August. In her letter of resignation, Stephens advised the City that she is taking a new appointment as Chief Operating Officer of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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