• Inflation, Labour Shortages and Supply Challenges
Proven strategies to make your business more profitable
Senior Client Partner, BDC Advisory Services
Canadian business owners need to act fast and decisively to maintain a competitive edge in the current context marked by rising prices, supply chain disruptions and persistent labour shortages.
Join us for this event where we will speak about the simple, yet efficient strategies companies can use to eliminate waste and build efficiencies in their operations. You will also hear the results of BDC’s most recent research looking at the performance of Canada’s most productive companies and what they do to achieve 6X higher sales and 5X higher profits.
Join us to learn:
• What your most productive competitors do differently.
• The four strategies that can make your business more profitable.
• The tools and resources that you can use to keep more money in your business.
About Joshua Tiong
As a BDC Advisory Services Client Partner, Joshua works with Canada’s high potential growth companies to build and execute their strategic plans. His clientele ranges across industries including technology, manufacturing, construction, consumer products, logistics, food & beverage, agriculture, skilled trades, professional services, resources, and more, involving a multitude of business models.
Joshua joins BDC following a career journey in the trenches leading, developing, and operating small and medium companies, and in strategy and technology consulting for Fortune 1000 companies. He has worked closely with global teams across North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and South America. A dedicated educator, Joshua teaches with SFU Beedie School of Business in the areas of Innovation, Entrepreneurship, and Business Management. He previously served in teaching, mentoring, and advisory roles through Futurpreneur, entrepreneurship@UBC, Techstars, Launch Academy, JDC West, Junior Achievement, Key Club International, and more. In the community, Joshua currently serves as President for the Kiwanis Club of Vancouver, supports a variety of innovation / entrepreneur ecosystem initiatives, and serves on committees for foundations and charities that focus on granting scholarships, awards, and bursaries for deserving learners.