Nominations for the 2017 Manitoba Business Hall of Fame now open!
Winnipeg, MB (October 5, 2016).
Nominations are now open for the 2017 Manitoba Business Hall of Fame awards, presented by JA Manitoba. The awards annually honour and recognize local individuals who have made an outstanding lifetime contribution to the Manitoba business community.
Last year’s inductees were widely respected for their integrity, business acumen and long standing community contribution. The 2016 inductees included Gord Peters, Herb Buller, Katherine and Dr. David Friesen and Bruce Campbell.
“With our wealth of great Manitoba business leaders, we know that the 2017 Manitoba inductees will be an equally impressive class”, said Greg Leipsic, President and CEO of JA Manitoba. “Individuals can nominate a business associate, a client, a supplier, a family member, a friend or even themselves”, added Leipsic.
Nominations will close at 5 pm on October 21st, 2016. The induction ceremony will take place in May of 2017 at The Metropolitan Entertainment Centre in downtown Winnipeg.
Nomination criteria and applications forms can be found by visiting www.mbhf.ca.
The committee vetting the nominees to determine the 2017 Manitoba Business Hall of Fame inductees include the following:
Greg Leipsic, President and CEO, JA of Manitoba
Brad Ross, Board Chair, JA Board of Directors
Loren Remillard, President, Winnipeg Chamber of Commerce
Chuck Davidson, President, Manitoba Chamber of Commerce
Mariette Mulaire, President & CEO | Présidente-directrice générale World Trade Centre Winnipeg Canada
Riel ree Dion, President & CEO, Planners Plus Inc,
Steve Kroft, President & CEO of the Conviron Group of Companies
James Cohen, President and CEO at Gendis Inc.
Peter Jessiman, President of Wescan Capital Inc.
Gary Maksymyk, Manager Human Resources, Manitoba Hydro, JA Board Member
Jeff Koziuk, Sales Manager, Prairies Region, Acrodex, JA Board Member
Information about ticket and sponsorship opportunities for the 2017 Business Hall of Fame can be found at www.mbhf.ca. Don’t delay – last year’s event was sold out very early!