By: Food Innovation Centre Of Bc  09-12-2011
Keywords: Project Management

There are more than a dozen food development resource centres across the country, but FICBC knows the industry resources available in BC better than any other food centre in Canada.

Helping our customers find local solutions will not only economically benefit the industry overall, it may also help save you money, particularly if you’re considering traveling outside the province to find the resources you’re looking for.

The fundamental service FICBC offers is connecting businesses to our partner network and the resources you need to attain your goals. Given FICBC’s current base of partners, initial service offerings may include:

  • Audit services
  • Business planning
  • Continuous improvement consulting
  • Grant proposal writing
  • Regulatory advice
  • Project management for analytical testing
  • Project management for research and development
  • Training courses

We are actively developing partnerships to capitalize on FICBC’s strengths in food safety, process improvement, and project management. At the same time, we continue to build our partner network to ensure we’re offering a comprehensive set of services, to meet your every requirement.

Keywords: Project Management

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As the Senior Training Advisor, he will engage with industry, build partnerships with service providers, and develop and deliver the FICBC’s training offerings. Ken brings considerable experience to the position, with over 15 years working across a wide-range of food industry sectors, including food ingredients. The FICBC welcomes Ken Hall as our Senior Training Advisor.


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With FICBC’s focus on the food processing, natural health product, and consumer bioproducts sectors, participants invited were those who already provide training programs or courses to serve these. To hear directly from training providers in the province and explore potential partnerships, the Food Innovation Centre of BC hosted a workshop in Richmond on May 27.