BIV on Roundhouse June 16: Granville Street pilot project "doomed to fail"

The Granville Entertainment District has been a centre for pubs, restaurants and other nightlife for decades | Tourism Vancouver

On the latest show, president and CEO of the Downtown Vancouver Business Improvement Association Charles Gauthier says a new City of Vancouver pilot project is "doomed to fail." Gauthier discusses the business community’s reaction, which will ban Granville Entertainment District bars and nightclubs from admitting patrons after 2 a.m.

Joseph Cooke, president of Web Presence In China, discusses why Canadian businesses expanding to or manufacturing in China need to trademark their wares.

Marketing Matters with Mark Wardell, president and founder of Wardell International, covers how to reduce employee turnover.

And chief financial officers Gord Nelson of Cineplex and Tony Guglielmin at Ballard Power discuss overseeing finances in dynamic industries, and the ever-evolving role of the modern CFO.

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