Greg D’Avignon is the President and CEO of the Business Council of British Columbia. In Part 2 of our conversation he talks about child care, BC’s secret superpower, provincial and federal budgets, and much more.
As a collaborative, non-partisan organization, the Business Council of British Columbia (BCBC) strives to be a venue where members, policy experts, elected officials and government decision makers can address problems and form solutions together.
Their mission is to provide timely and exceptional public-policy research and advocacy on issues that enhance B.C.’s competitiveness and prosperity.
Led by CEO and President, Greg D’Avignon, their group of dedicated professionals works collaboratively with a committed membership that includes B.C.’s top employers to ensure that its work is credible, timely and relevant.
Their Executive Committee provides oversight and direction on the day-to-day activities of the Council. The Business Council’s Board of Governors is a broad cross section of our member organizations representing virtually all industry sectors, both private and public, in B.C. The Board meets on a quarterly basis and provides strategic guidance to the Executive Committee and Council management.
Learn more about the BCBC by visiting: bcbc.com.