Photo: dnata catering
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.
The new trains will increase service by 15 per cent during peak hours.
The Province • January 21
Cascades is pleased to announce it has ranked 49th among the Global 100 Most Sustainable Corporations in the World.
Cision • January 21
dnata, one of the world’s largest air services providers, continues to expand its global catering network.
dnata • February 3
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
Corvus Energy and BC Ferries introduced two new hybrid vessels to sail in 2020.
The Runner • February 18
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
Richmond based PressReader has signed a new licensing deal with Dow Jones and its flagship Wall Street Journal brand.
Techcouver • February 20