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SVP celebrates 13 years of impact with first ever Alumni event

Posted by SVP Vancouver

SVP Vancouver is entering its 13th year in 2014 and on February 27th we hosted our first-ever Partner Alumni event at the Terminal City Club. The main objective of the evening was to reconnect with past Partners, share our recent successes, and entice some of our Alumni to renew their support of SVP. Since our […] Read More »

October 2013 – Partner Newsletter

Posted by SVP Vancouver

Great things happen every day at SVP Vancouver. A lot of progress has been made in 2013 so far…please read our October 2013 Partner Newsletter for all the details. Read More »

The first months at SVP have flown by…

Posted by SVP Vancouver

It’s been an incredibly busy four months on the job.  I am thrilled that SVP is not only experiencing momentum locally (16 new partners and 8 new active investees this year) but the network is growing internationally with SVP chapters in 3 new countries this year (China, India and Australia) with more on the horizon. […] Read More »

June 2013 Partner Newsletter

Posted by SVP Vancouver

Read our June 2013 Newsletter for latest news on SVP Vancouver board, investees, partners, committees and events. Read More »

Ordering a Cake and Restricting it Too

Posted by Vu Le

Two weeks ago I was out to lunch with a potential new corporate sponsor, who got very excited about a program we did a while ago, where we provided computer training classes in Vietnamese to parents so that they could learn to check their kids’ grades online through Seattle Public Schools’ Source program. Read More »

April 2013 Partner Newsletter

Posted by SVP Vancouver

Read our April 2013 Partner Newsletter for news on SVP Vancouver board, investees, partners, committees and events. Read More »

Why We Need More Women in the Boardroom

Posted by carlyorourke

In the 25 years I've worked as an international business coach, I've witnessed business leaders suffer from the same blind spot -- not enough women on their boards. Companies where at least 20 percent of seats in the boardroom are occupied by women deliver stronger business results. How could this success possibly be ignored and not acted upon? Read More »