PRINCE GEORGE – Registered professional biologist and president of Environmental Dynamics Inc. Bob Redden, is one of the seven new members appointed to the Small Business Roundtable to help small businesses grow and succeed in British Columbia.
B.C.’s Small Business Roundtable is responsible for identifying key small-business issues and opportunities, providing recommendations to enhance the small-business climate in B.C., and promoting small-business interests in the province.
Environmental Dynamics Inc. (EDI), is a consulting firm that provides environmental management as well as aquatic and terrestrial biological services to all major natural resource sectors across Canada.
Founded in Prince George in 1994, EDI has expanded to five office locations in British Columbia, Alberta and the Yukon and now conducts hundreds of projects annually throughout Canada, including in the Arctic. Recently, he assisted with the drafting of the BC Small Business Accord, and participated in a small group that assisted with the development of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce’s paper entitled A Path Forward For Entrepreneurship in Canada.
Bob enjoys volunteering his time to assist with community events and initiatives that make Prince George a great community in which to live and work.
“Congratulations to Bob Redden on his appointment to the Small Business Roundtable,” Prince George-Valemount MLA Shirley Bond said. “I am confident that his advice will provide our government with insight about issues, strategies and potential actions to make it easier to do business in northern British Columbia. It is critical that there is strong representation to provide a northern perspective.”
“Small business is the economic engine of our province and Bob Redden has served our community in Prince George with his expertise and knowledge,” Prince George-Mackenzie MLA Mike Morris said. “It’s great to see that through his appointment, Bob will provide his knowledge to help benefit small businesses across our province.”