Already a business owner and looking for opportunities for growth? Or thinking of starting a small business but not sure where to start? Regardless of your stage in business, the following resources will help guide you in the right direction.
With the many steps and processes associated with business management, the following will guide you in the right direction managing your business in British Columbia.
We aim to support small business, improve investment readiness and encourage economic development and competitiveness through the development of programs, initiatives, publications and resources designed to break down barriers to doing business in British Columbia.
As part of growing your business, you may be considering exporting, importing and investing. Find out what this means for you and your business.
Sell Goods, Services and Construction
Welcome to the B.C. government’s corporate resource for vendors who want to sell or are currently selling goods, services and construction to the Province. In this site, vendors will find a wide variety of information on how the Province engages the marketplace and manages the contracting process, such as:
The Liquor Control and Licensing Branch regulates restaurants, bars, pubs, liquor retailers, manufacturers and special events. We encourage voluntary compliance to enable a vibrant liquor industry while minimizing health and social harms.
Security services help keep British Columbians safe from harm. The province regulates and licenses security services industries to ensure they operate under the highest standards of conduct and accountability.