BIV on Roundhouse November 15: Sorry, Vancouver — Lyft is cruising to Toronto first

Kathy Enros, vice-president of talent at Vancouver software company ACL, joins BIV to share how businesses can build cultures that last, while meeting their talent needs.

BIV’s weekly tech panel discusses Alibaba’s Singles Day, Lyft moving into Canada, and whether facial recognition software is actually secure.

The CEO of Vancouver-based Sidebuy, Ludovica Mazzucato, looks at how influencer marketing is being applied to traditional industries.

BIV reporter Patrick Blennerhassett discusses a new OECD report that examines the economic impact of populations that are aging unequally.

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