Archive for the category "business"

A Touch Above Vancouver Spa

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Disclosure: Review — This is not a paid post. Views are my own. My services were compliments of A Touch Above. Please review the Policy & Disclosure section for further information.

In the last four weeks I have flown to Salt Spring, enjoyed the BC Shellfish Festival in Comox, walked around Stanley Park with Talaysay Tours, attended the Jessie Awards, participated in a farm tour in Pitt Meadows, attended a wedding and hiked in Montana. It’s been almost a month since my pedicure at A Touch […]

Small Business BC Awards 2014

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The top 5 finalists in each category were announced last week for the Small Business BC Awards. As a (super) small business owner, I love reading about local success stories, new concepts, and supporting BC businesses. I also used Small Business BC‘s services (located at Waterfront Station) when I started my own business 6 years […]

WordCamp Victoria 2013

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Victoria is hosting its annual WordCamp event this Saturday, January 12, 2013 at UVic. This one-day conference covers all things WordPress, which has come a long way from simply being a blogging platform. WordPress actually powers many of the world’s most popular websites (including CNN, New York Times, GM, and more) and is still a […]

My Book Launch Event at London Drugs

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Earlier this year Eric Butow and I wrote an updated version of our book, Blogging to Drive Business. It recently hit store shelves (both virtual and physical) and I’m going to be celebrating at London Drugs this Thursday, November 29th. What: Book launch for Blogging to Drive Business: 2nd Edition Where: London Drugs on Georgia […]

Vancouver Fashion: Chloe Angus Designs

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My first encounter with Chloe Angus Designs was back in 2008, upon first meeting actress (and now very close friend and colleague) Kristine Cofsky at the Toronto International Film Festival. A film she was the lead in, When Life Was Good, was premiering at the festival, and every night, at a different party, she was […]

Google Street Views for Business

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You may notice a few new search result features on Google lately when looking up local businesses and restaurants. Google Street Views for Business now takes you inside the establishment to get a lay of the land and a Vancouver company is helping to make that possible. Alex Duffield of InControl Solutions is one of […]