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Daisy Xiong

Daisy Xiong

Daisy is a business reporter for Business in Vancouver and Richmond News. She also writes about culture and history.

Daisy is the recipient of Bronze for Business Writing at the 2018 Ma Murray Community News Media Awards - the most prestigious award for community reporting in B.C. and Yukon.

Daisy speaks English and Mandarin.

Phone
604-353-4093
Email
dxiong@glaciermedia.ca

Recent Work by Daisy

Service sector grows alongside Tri-Cities’ population boom

Service sector grows alongside Tri-Cities’ population boom

The region’s population is projected to increase by nearly 60 per cent through to 2050
‘Forced to price down’: B.C.'s Black entrepreneurs feeling squeezed for sales

‘Forced to price down’: B.C.'s Black entrepreneurs feeling squeezed for sales

New survey shows nearly eight in 10 Canadian Black entrepreneurs undercharge their products and services.
B Corps, EDI training programs are booming in B.C.

B Corps, EDI training programs are booming in B.C.

Demand rises for training and education related to ESG, EDI and Indigenous relations programs businesses and professionals seek to learn and improve
Richmond CEO to be filmed in Netflix reality show Dubai Bling

Richmond CEO to be filmed in Netflix reality show Dubai Bling

Richmond-based Rejuve+ Health Products has expanded to Asia and the Middle East since its launch last year
B.C. budget: Will infrastructure win out over economic slowdown?

B.C. budget: Will infrastructure win out over economic slowdown?

Expert says new large capital project announcements unlikely in B.C. 2024-25 budget
Leading with authenticity: SkilledTradesBC's Shelley Gray breaks barriers

Leading with authenticity: SkilledTradesBC's Shelley Gray breaks barriers

The organization's first female CEO is committed to creating a more inclusive industry. She is one of BIV's 2024 Influential Women in Business Award winners
B.C.'s life sciences labour gap set for 11-fold increase, says report

B.C.'s life sciences labour gap set for 11-fold increase, says report

The sector’s talent gap is projected to grow from 500 to 5,500 people by 2027
B.C.'s gifted students program paused over mental health concerns

B.C.'s gifted students program paused over mental health concerns

University Transition Program for Gifted Students offers accelerated path for early entrance to university studies.
Agri-food, climate-tech lead Canada-in-Asia Conference

Agri-food, climate-tech lead Canada-in-Asia Conference

B.C. eyes Asia's growing appetite at February conference in Singapore
B.C. companies roar into Lunar New Year with dragon-themed products

B.C. companies roar into Lunar New Year with dragon-themed products

More B.C. companies are tapping into the Asian festival and getting creative about their campaigns
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