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EXPE 4802: Interviews and Personal Branding (WMDD)
A directory/database of public and private/startup companies in the technology sector in BC. A great resource for discovering potential employers, professionals, and investors in the local tech community.
A website aimed that businesses seeking companies for tech solutions. You can focus your search by location including country and platform. Note that
- hourly figure refers that how much the company charge for their services.
- reviews are submitted by other companies
See the general website https://clutch.co for additional other types of business services
A company directory, including small to medium-sized businesses across Canada. Information provided includes company’s address, sales volume, number of employees, name of manager/owner, etc. Use the Advanced Search feature to search by geography and/or industry group/SIC/NAICS (e.g., website design, etc.). NOTE: The number of employees and sales figures may not be always correct. Use common sense and try to verify from other sources of information such as the company’s website.
The local business magazine, Business in Vancouver, compiles lists of the Top 100 or Biggest Companies in various industries in British Columbia or Metro Vancouver. NOTE 1: While only the top five on any list are visible to non-subscribers of the magazine on the website, the full lists are available in the print issues in the library. They are located in the Journals and Magazines area on the main floor. NOTE 2: Alternatively, the full company lists are available through Business Source Ultimate on the Vancouver Public Library website. To retrieve the company lists, on the “Business in Vancouver – All Issues and Articles” page in Business Source Ultimate, click “Search within this publication” and select the “Advanced Search” interface. Then add the following keywords in the second search box: “top 100” or “biggest companies”.
A valid public library card is required to access online resources. Vancouver residents may sign up online for a temporary card or apply in person for a full card at any VPL branch.
These can be excellent resources for finding companies and industry information as well as networking events. They also offer professional development opportunities. Here are some major associations supporting tech and creative industries: