BC Buy Local Campaign

B.C. Buy Local Campaign

B.C. Buy Local is an annual campaign that celebrates local business to promote the contributions that B.C. businesses make to our economy and our communities. The goal of the BC Buy Local campaign is to provide a digital platform to highlight BC-based businesses and products. The campaign’s pink dots to identify B.C. owned businesses and B.C. made and grown products. Our posters and rack cards identify how businesses create jobs and support local suppliers to make a big impact in the community.

Consumers participate by supporting their favourite local businesses, produce and products, and promoting their love of local with the hashtag #BCBuyLocal. Consumers can sign up for our newsletter at bcbuylocal.com for news about great B.C. products and businesses all year long.

Businesses participate by using campaign materials to identify themselves as locally owned, by labelling locally grown and made products in store and on menu, and using the hashtag #BCBuyLocal to promote how they support local producers and service providers.

Campaign partners often join to support the businesses in their communities, promote B.C. Buy Local Week and conduct our annual survey of independent businesses.

We also run community campaigns throughout the year with groups including municipalities, chambers, Business Improvement Areas (BIAs), business groups and corporate partners (ex. credit unions) conducting business workshops to measure community impact, elevate the stories of local business, and run targeted social media campaigns. To become a campaign partner, get in touch.

We run community campaigns in partnership with municipalities, chambers, Business Improvement Areas (BIAs), buinsess groups and corporate partners (ex. credit unions). We engage businesses, conducting business workshops to measure business community impact, elevate the stories of local business, and run targeted social media campaigns. Check out the campaigns we’ve run for:

  • City of North Vancouver (in partnership with North Vancouver Economic Partnership)
  • Ladner Area for Envision Financial (in partnership with Ladner Business Association & Chamber of Commerce)
  • East Vancouver/Commercial Drive Area for Vancity (in partnership with Commercial Drive Business Society)

To work with us in your community, get in touch.