Lobbying Activity Report


Organization: DigiBC - The Interactive & Digital Media Industry Association of British Columbia
Associated registration: 7448-3877-1
Lobbying Activity date: 2020-10-22
Arranged a meeting: No
Posted date: 2020-11-13

In-house lobbyists who participated in the lobbying activity: Loc Dao
Senior Public Office Holders who were lobbied in this activity: Susan Stanford, Assistant Deputy Minister
Technology, Connectivity and Distributed Growth, Jobs, Economic Development and Competitiveness
Subject Matter of the Lobbying Activity
Specific Topics of Lobbying Communications Intended Outcomes Associated Subject Matters
To strengthen BC's strong, vibrant and competitive creative tech sector, DigiBC is asking the provincial government to enhance the Interactive Digital Media Tax Credit, to increase it to 25% and to provide incentives for regionality and diversity.
  • Awarding, amendment or termination of any contract, grant or financial benefit by or on behalf of the government of British Columbia or a Provincial entity
Advanced Education, Economic Development and Trade, Education, Employment and Training, Finances and Budgets, Information Technology, Intellectual Property, Internal Trade, Non-Profit Organization, Regional Development, Science and Technology, Small Business, Taxation and Finance, Workplace Literacy
Lobbying Activity Report amended on: 2020-11-13 previous entry: 3877-3839
Reason for amendment: There seems to be an information required warning so I was trying to make sure I had answered everything needed.
Senior officer who filed this Lobbying Activity Report: Loc Dao
The above name is that of the most senior paid officer who is responsible for filing a Lobbying Activity Report for the organization (the Designated Filer), whether that person participated in this lobbying activity or not.

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