Join us at the Courtyard Marriott on February 5th at 6:30pm for the third edition of our very successful “Belgians in Business BIB” series. Our keynote speakers are:
– Dirk Baerts, Managing Director, Canada, Egencia (Expedia).
– Jan Craps, VP Sales Canada, AB InBev Labatt
Our BIB series allow Belgian executives to share with other Belgian companies (both those currently operating in Canada, and those who may wish to do so) the key elements of this success, and how these other organizations may apply the lessons learned to their own business.
This series could also serve to introduce Canadian companies to a grouping of like-minded Belgian organizations with whom they could strike up partnerships and/or, who could assist them in entering the Belgian (and European) market.
About Egencia (Expedia):
Egencia is the fifth largest travel management company in the world. As part of Expedia, Inc., the world’s largest online travel company, Egencia helps businesses get ahead by offering the world’s only truly integrated corporate travel solution. Egencia’s industry expertise helps drive travel management results that matter, delivering meaningful advancements that have a real impact. By combining a powerful agent-assisted and online service worldwide, Egencia delivers a complete corporate travel offering supported by global market expertise and a best-in-class technology platform.
About AB InBev Labatt:
As an integral part of AB InBev, the world’s leading brewer, which produces more than 200 fine beers in 130 countries, Labatt also makes world-renowned beers like Stella Artois, Brahma and Beck’s available to customers across Canada.
With a proud Canadian heritage going back to 1847, Labatt employs more than 3,000 people and operates six breweries that deliver over 60 quality brands to consumers. Labatt Blue (Bleue in Quebec), Kokanee, Keith’s, Budweiser and Bud Light are among the most popular products brewed by the company nationally and regionally. Labatt has owned a facility in LaSalle since 1956 and operates some 20 distribution centres in Quebec.
Tickets are $20 for members, and $25 for non-members. (Wine and snacks provided)
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