The following content is intended for any person or organization that is a member of the Greater Vancouver Board of Trade or a guest collaborator and wants to contribute to our blog. Its aim is to help contributors understand the publishing, management, and presentation standards for our content.
This blog is a platform through which we share information for the benefit of the Greater Vancouver business community. Our goal is to help business owners access the information, insight, and advice they need to help make Vancouver a better place to live and work.
It is a platform is run by the Greater Vancouver Board of Trade and the organization has sole discretion over what is published to it.Our purpose, mission, and vision
OUR PURPOSE: To lead, unite and champion business to ensure Greater Vancouver is thriving and our region is the best place to live and work.
OUR VISION: To be an active, innovative, trusted, credible business organization, known for influencing decision-makers, and educating, connecting with, and engaging our communities.
OUR MISSION: To provide leadership, information and connections, and public policy support that help ensure the Greater Vancouver region is competitive and the preferred Pacific Gateway for trade, commerce, and travel.
WE ARE informed, respectful, principled, collaborative, and professional
Who can contribute?
What kind of content is published?
We judge contributions based on the following criteria:
Expertise – We publish content from contributors who are well-versed in the subject-matter they are writing about.
Accuracy – In addition to their own subject matter knowledge, contributors must be able to support their claims and ideas through research and data.
Insight – Our readers come to the blog for insight, as such all content published must offer insight and expertise that will bring value to their busy lives.
Independence – The GVBOT blog is a non-partisan publication. No promotional or partisan content will be included.
Relevance – Only content that is relevant to our readers, the Greater Vancouver business community, will be published.
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