Okanagan wine writer John Schreiner says the number of Okanagan wineries grew five-fold in a decade, and that a slowdown in growth could already be here—as evidenced by reduced harvests (as low as less than half of previous harvests) last year.
Okanagan wineries are still profitable though. However, like any business they must plan to ensure they stay that way.
Quoting a report by Simon Fraser University political scientists Andy Hira and Alexis Bwenge titled “The Wine Industry in British Columbia: A Closed Wine But Ready for Harvest,” Schreiner pointed out several vulnerabilities for Okanagan wineries that can cause major… Continue reading
As a Business Strategist and Chartered Accountant in Kelowna I have started this blog to help Kelowna businesses and business owners all across British Columbia learn new strategies to increase their revenues and decrease their taxes.
It is my mission to help grow our economy across the Okanagan and all of British Columbia, by helping small and medium sized businesses have more success.
In this blog I will be sharing articles each week on a variety of subjects such as:
- How to have a lean start-up that moves to profitability quickly
- How to save more money in taxes by knowing… Continue reading