BIV on Roundhouse July 14: Timeline to launch Sears 2.0 is yesterday

On the latest show, co-hosts Kirk LaPointe and Hayley Woodin speak to KPMG International’s global chair of consumer and retail Willy Kruh about how disrupted companies can grow amid sectoral turmoil. Kruh shares insights from the firm's fifth annual Global Consumer Executive Top of Mind Survey, and warns that the time for brands to begin adapting their business models was yesterday.

Later on, Renters Advisory Committee chair Karen Sawatzky analyzes the City of Vancouver’s proposed regulatory framework for short-term rentals.

Management Matters with Mark Wardell, president and founder of Wardell International, covers how SMEs can take on big business, and win.

Royal LePage broker Randy Ryalls breaks down the firm’s latest house price survey, and addresses whether rising interest rates will affect the Metro Vancouver home market.

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