Vancouver, Vancouver Island/Coast

Charcuterie Vancouver

Vancouver, Vancouver Island/Coast


Established in 2019, Charcuterie Vancouver elevates special events and occasions with the most unique, flavorful and beautiful custom-made charcuterie boards, tables and boxes that are perfect for corporate gatherings, weddings, birthdays, anniversaries and more.


1 Employees

In Business Since 2019

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Charcuterie Vancouver has been nominated in the following categories:

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Best Immigrant Entrepreneur


Please tell us your personal story and about your business. How you started, and how you have overcome challenges.

I've always loved bringing people together and creating a sense of community through dinners, events and get togethers. I knew that starting a charcuterie business would do exactly that. As an immigrant family, my parent’s dreams of coming to Canada was to start something that would help our family succeed. My dad started his business as soon as we arrived in 2003, which was short lived as he passed away on the job in January of 2010 when I was just 14 years old. Growing up I knew I had to start a business, something I was truly passionate about- To bring my parents’ and my dreams into reality. In October 2019 I officially launched Charcuterie Vancouver, to cater corporate gatherings, weddings and other large events. In March 2020 we were hit with the global pandemic and as many other businesses around the world, we were forced to close our doors. We remained closed from March 2020 to May 2020, during this time and since the launch of my business I was working a full-time job in which I got laid off in May 2020. This gave me time to revamp the business model and pivot during a time where gatherings were not possible. I thought long and hard about how people across the globe were alone and isolated, I wanted to create something that brought a moment of happiness and a feeling of togetherness. I decided to go from making graze tables and boards to creating to-go charcuterie gift boxes with custom signs to celebrate special occasions delivered right to the giftees door. By the end of December 2020, we delivered thousands of charcuterie boxes to hundreds of different businesses and families so they can enjoy and continue to be together through their virtual hosted events and celebrations. This helped us create a huge impact in the community that we live, work and play.

Why do you deserve to win the Best Immigrant Entrepreneur award?

It has truly been a tough year to start a business, regardless of the challenges we have faced as not only as a business but as regular people, we really wanted to continue to bring people together through charcuterie. We are so excited and proud to continue to operate today while bringing a happy surprise and some joy to people who celebrate their special events, despite not being physically there with each other. We have chosen to give back in several different ways in 2020, donating to many different local non-profits, sponsoring a family for Christmas, and delivering food and charcuterie boxes to the Downtown Eastside every week during Christmas. I have been so incredibly lucky to run this business with the support of BC, and I am so excited to continue to give back to a community that has done nothing but support myself and my business. This award would truly mean the world to me, my family and our community of immigrants and it would be something I would like to share with my supporters. 18 years ago when we immigrated to Canada I could not have even dreamt that I would be where I am today, and I know that winning this award would inspire so many people that shared the same journey as me to follow their dreams.

Best Solopreneur


What motivated you to start your business? What challenges did you overcome as a Solopreneur?

I've always loved bringing people together and creating a sense of community through dinners, events and get togethers. I knew that starting a charcuterie business would do exactly that. As an immigrant family, my parent’s dreams of coming to Canada was to start something that would help our family succeed. My dad started his business as soon as we arrived in 2003, which was short lived as he passed away on the job in January of 2010 when I was just 14 years old. Growing up I knew I had to start a business, something I was truly passionate about- To bring my parents’ and my dreams into reality. In October 2019 I officially launched Charcuterie Vancouver, to cater corporate gatherings, weddings and other large events. In March 2020 we were hit with the global pandemic and as many other businesses around the world, we were forced to close our doors. We remained closed from March 2020 to May 2020, during this time and since the launch of my business I was working a full-time job in which I got laid off in May 2020. This gave me time to revamp the business model and pivot during a time where gatherings were not possible. I thought long and hard about how people across the globe were alone and isolated, I wanted to create something that brought a moment of happiness and a feeling of togetherness. I decided to go from making graze tables and boards to creating to-go charcuterie gift boxes with custom signs to celebrate special occasions delivered right to the giftees door. By the end of December 2020, we delivered thousands of charcuterie boxes to hundreds of different businesses and families so they can enjoy and continue to be together through their virtual hosted events and celebrations. This helped us create a huge impact in the community that we live, work and play.

Why do you deserve to win the Best Solopreneur award?

It has truly been a tough year to start a business, regardless of the challenges we have faced as not only as a business but as regular people, we really wanted to continue to bring people together through charcuterie. We are so excited and proud to continue to operate today while bringing a happy surprise and some joy to people who celebrate their special events, despite not being physically there with each other. We have chosen to give back in several different ways in 2020, donating to many different local non-profits, sponsoring a family for Christmas, and delivering food and charcuterie boxes to the Downtown Eastside every week during Christmas. I have been so incredibly lucky to run this business with the support of BC, and I am so excited to continue to give back to a community that has done nothing but support myself and my business. This award would truly mean the world to me and my family and it would be something I would like to share with my supporters. It would help me establish my business even further and continue to give back to the community that has supported me from day one. Without all of them Charcuterie Vancouver would not be as successful or as well established as it is today.

Best Youth Entrepreneur


What motivated you to start your business and what is your vision for the future of your company?

I've always loved bringing people together and creating a sense of community through dinners, events and get togethers. I knew that starting a charcuterie business would do exactly that. As an immigrant family, my parent’s dreams of coming to Canada was to start something that would help our family succeed. My dad started his business as soon as we arrived in 2003, which was short lived as he passed away on the job in January of 2010 when I was just 14 years old. Growing up I knew I had to start a business, something I was truly passionate about- To bring my parents’ and my dreams into reality. In October 2019 I officially launched Charcuterie Vancouver, to cater corporate gatherings, weddings and other large events. In under 2 years I've worked extremely hard to ensure that my business succeeds and to bring it to where it is today. My vision for the future of my company is to open an online education site where I teach people how to start a Charcuterie Company, to open a store front where I would sell Charcuterie Boards and other supplies needed for a Charcuterie Night. Ideally to become the go-to place for anything Charcuterie related in Vancouver. I hope to work with other companies around the country to partner with them and bring my product to their cities.

Why do you deserve to win the Best Youth Entrepreneur award?

It has truly been a tough year to start a business, regardless of the challenges we have faced as not only as a business but as regular people, we really wanted to continue to bring people together through charcuterie. We are so excited and proud to continue to operate today while bringing a happy surprise and some joy to people who celebrate their special events, despite not being physically there with each other. We have chosen to give back in several different ways in 2020, donating to many different local non-profits, sponsoring a family for Christmas, and delivering food and charcuterie boxes to the Downtown Eastside every week during Christmas. I have been so incredibly lucky to run this business with the support of BC, and I am so excited to continue to give back to a community that has done nothing but support myself and my business. This award would truly mean the world to me, my family and all other young aspiring entrepreneurs to get started on their dream vision. At just 23 years old I had a simple vision, to bring people together over the love of food. I know that there are very amazing ideas that young people have out there, I hope that me winning this award and seeing the success in my little business that it inspires them to go out there and chase their dreams.

Premier's People's Choice


It has truly been a tough year to start a business, regardless of the challenges we have faced as not only as a business but as regular people, we really wanted to continue to bring people together through charcuterie. We are so excited and proud to continue to operate today while bringing a happy surprise and some joy to people who celebrate their special events, despite not being physically there with each other. We have chosen to give back in several different ways in 2020, donating to many different local non-profits, sponsoring a family for Christmas, and delivering food and charcuterie boxes to the Downtown Eastside every week during Christmas. I have been so incredibly lucky to run this business with the support of BC, and I am so excited to continue to give back to a community that has done nothing but support myself and my business. This award would truly mean the world to me and my family and it would be something I would like to share with my supporters. It would help me establish my business even further and continue to give back to the community that has supported me from day one. Without all of them Charcuterie Vancouver would not be as successful or as well established as it is today.

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