We know what’s on B.C.’s mind.
What began in 2018 for the sole purpose of gathering better, more timely insights from our member businesses to fuel effective advocacy on their behalf, has flourished to produce a one-of-kind, digital intelligence platform – the BCMindReader platform – that leverages the unparalleled reach of our provincial network to access robust, ground-level intelligence about businesses large and small, from every sector, demographic and region in the province.
Our BCMindReader insight community comprises 3,700+ engaged business leaders from across British Columbia. The program allows us to consult with the community and gather near real-time intelligence on topics regarding the Canadian economy, policy and regulations, labour market sector issues and workforce challenges, international trade, and export readiness, and many other areas of interest.
The BCMindReader platform leverages the power of Alida’s leading-edge technology used by more than 850 companies globally to gather customer intelligence. Unlike traditional polling, our BCMindReader platform provides the unique feature of a two-way exchange of insights with community participants. By sharing the survey results back with you, we help increase your line of sight on topics related to B.C. businesses.
While we use the BCMindReader platform for our own purposes, we have also delivered surveys for clients in both the public and private sectors, most notably the provincial and federal governments, who rely on robust data to plan their next steps.
BCMindReader.com is free to join, allowing us to give a voice to every British Columbian. As a member of the community, you’ll participate in surveys on topics you care about—and our community demographics supercharge our insight. Join BCMindReader today to be the voice for B.C. business.
What is BCMindReader.com?
We know that running a business is hard work.
BCMindReader.com is an online insight community that amplifies your business’s voice. Now you can share your concerns and feedback directly with government; influence the decisions that affect your bottom line; and make informed choices about your business, in your region and sector.
Engaged by the Ministry of Social Development and Poverty Reduction, this survey was the first part of an engagement to understand the disconnect between employers and job seekers.
This annual survey captures insight from businesses of every size, and from every sector and region in the province — making it the largest economic snapshot of B.C.’s business environment.
In partnership with the Canadian Centre for Cyber Security and the provincial and territorial Chambers of Commerce across Canada, this survey identifies how prepared businesses are for cyber security threats.