Retail & Manufacturing

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

Influential Women in Business Awards: Lotte Davis

Q&A: Co-founder, AG Hair; CEO and founder, One Girl Can

Vancouver's Duer is rare fashion retailer to expand during the pandemic

Comfortable chino-pant maker and seller opened new Calgary and Denver stores, and plans to move Vancouver store to Kits

Acquisition options abound for agile retailers in B.C.

M&A report: COVID-19 fallout has increased challenges and opportunities in the province’s retail sector

Workers at several Metro Vancouver grocery stores test positive for COVID-19

In Vancouver, employees of multiple T&T Supermarket locations are among the new Lower Mainland coronavirus cases

Ocean Brands’ plan for U.S. expansion anchored in recent acquisitions

Distribution networks were one of the target companies’ main selling points

This eyewear with Indigenous flair is named after B.C.’s top health officers

Dr. Bonnie Henry and Adrian Dix now have some snazzy optical frames featuring indigenous art named after them

Here's how this Vancouver video store is thriving during the COVID-19 pandemic (VIDEO)

Did you know the old Black Dog video store on Cambie St. is now called Video Cat? We caught up with the owner to see how business is doing in the streaming era during the COVID-19...

B.C.'s recovery economy: Slow and steady no longer winning retail retooling race

Special report: E-commerce, quick delivery and experiential shopping are critical for sector’s recovery

Nanaimo’s Tilray to merge with Aphria to become world’s largest cannabis seller

Company will retain the Tilray name, and Nanaimo as one of its principal offices

Lululemon's third-quarter sales, profit exceed expectations

Sales in the nine-months ended November 1 were up 3.5% over last year