Every year, the BC Chamber of Commerce (BCCC) conducts its Collective Perspective survey, B.C.'s most comprehensive economic snapshot that identifies the issues that matter most to businesses across the province. The data collected informs the policy and advocacy efforts of the BCCC and its provincial network of 100 chambers of commerce and boards of trade.
This year, the BCCC, in partnership with its members, is excited to host its inaugural Regional Roadshow, a series of five virtual events, where the 2022 Collective Perspective data will be shared with business leaders and community members in each of the seven economic regions in B.C.
Chaired by President and CEO, Fiona Famulak, each virtual event will include a presentation of the story behind the provincial and regional data and provide an opportunity for members to engage directly with guest speaker and research specialist, Mario Canseco, President, Research Co. and Columnist for Business in Vancouver.
Regions & Dates:
Kootenays – Tuesday, May 9, 3:00pm-4:00pm
Mainland / South West – Wednesday, May 10, 11:30am-12:30pm
Thompson / Okanagan – Tuesday, May 16, 8:00am-9:00am
Vancouver Island / Gulf Islands – Wednesday, May 17, 11:30am-12:30pm
North West / North East / Central BC – Thursday, May 18, 3:00pm-4:00pm
Welcome remarks, Fiona Famulak, President and CEO, BCCC
Closing comments, Fiona Famulak, President and CEO, BCCC
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President, Research Co. and Columnist at Business in Vancouver
Mario Canseco has analyzed and conducted public opinion research since 2003, designing and managing research projects for clients across private and public sectors. Mario is a sought-after commentator on political and sociological issues, and writes a column for Glacier Media. His articles have also appeared in the Vancouver Sun, the Globe and Mail and the National Observer.
Starting in 2007, Mario’s work as an electoral forecaster in four different companies has resulted in 125 correct predictions of democratic processes in Canada and the United States, including five Canadian federal elections, 22 Canadian provincial elections and three United States presidential elections.
Throughout his career, Mario coordinated research teams for a global public opinion firm that operated in Canada, the United States and Britain, worked as an editorial researcher for Peter C. Newman’s books “The Secret Mulroney Tapes” and “Here Be Dragons”; as a researcher at the Liu Institute for Global Issues at UBC; and in various journalistic roles around the world.
Mario holds a Masters of Journalism from the University of British Columbia and a Bachelors in Communications.