Small Business

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.

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Small Business is Big Business in British Columbia

Entrepreneurial drive and spirit are hallmarks of the B.C. culture. This is represented in the fact that 98% of all businesses in the province are small businesses, having fewer than 50 employees and employing over one million people.

Our province’s ability to compete with other jurisdictions as a desirable place to liveinvest and do business is dependent on enhancing and supporting our small business sector.

In support of the BC Small Business Accord and its principles the Small Business Branch works closely with other governments, ministries and private-sector organizations to help foster a progressive business culture where government initiatives support current and future generations of small business owners across B.C.

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Aboriginal SB Resources Handout

Aboriginal Small Business Resources Handout

The one-stop reference handout is tailored specifically to Aboriginal entrepreneurs and small business owners, and includes information on how to access the range of existing services and supports available to Aboriginal small business owners.

Small Business BC

Small Business BC

B.C.’s key resource centre for comprehensive small business information and services.

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Contact Small Business BC with your business related questions.

Telephone: 1 800-667-2272

askus@smallbusinessbc.ca 

WorkBC

WorkBC

Whether you are hiring your first employee or expanding operations,WorkBC is committed to help British Columbians successfully navigate B.C.’s labour market, manage your employees and maintain a safe and healthy workplace.

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In The News Read the latest news that relates to small business in B.C.
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