Retail & Manufacturing

BIV's coverage delves into all retail and manufacturing issues affecting businesses in Vancouver and British Columbia

Chinese e-commerce giant makes successful entry into Canadian market

PDD's North American platform, Temu, is currently the No. 1 app in Canada

Lululemon reportedly in talks to sell its Mirror technology unit

Yogawear giant spent US$500m to buy the home fitness workout technology in 2020

Uber Eats to add cannabis to its B.C. platform

Food-delivery giant's initiative eases accessibility but cannabis stores' staff deliver the products

Businesses praise budget's credit card fee relief but some question consumer savings

Canadian Federation of Independent Business calls it the 'biggest win' of the federal budget

Lululemon shares up more than 10% after reporting Q4 revenue up 30% from year ago

Lululemon earned US$120M in profit during its most recent quarter

SNDL to purchase four cannabis stores from B.C.'s embattled Dutch Love in $7.8M deal

The company run by those behind Vancouver’s Donnelly Group sought creditor protection late last year

Vancouver's Duer to expand to 10 stores by year-end

Comfortable chino-pant maker has enjoyed 65-per-cent annual revenue growth

Nordstrom Canada to begin liquidation Tuesday after receiving court's permission

Nordstrom expects all its Canadian stores to close by late June, while 2,500 workers will lose their jobs

Roger Hardy ups stake in KITS Eyecare

The company's CEO and chair now has a 32.15-per-cent stake