Canadian Craft Beer
Canada has a reputation as a beer loving country. Do not mess with a Canadian and his beer. Beer is the country’s most popular alcoholic drink, with craft beer making its way on top. The country takes pride in not only consuming this beer but also in the production of some of the best beers in the market. Companies like Steamworks Craft Breweries, which is led by Eli Gershkovitch, are making big bucks in their production.
In a market that is highly saturated with other types of beers, craft beers seem to be holding up well. So what makes craft beers stand out from other types of beers? Many have attributed the success of craft beer to its different flavors. Some of the beers include;
- Red Racer Pale Ale, which has Imperial pale ales.
- Glutenberg Belgian, Double which is Gluten-free.
- Weissbier. Wheat is used in brewing Weissbier.
- Nutcracker Porter. Contains Porter which is sweet.
This is only but a short list of the different types of craft beers.
About Eli Gershkovitch
Eli Gershkovitch is running a beer production company, but he’s a law degree holder. Many people wonder how he ended up producing beer instead of practicing law. According to Eli, he needed some time off after graduating from law school, before he settled into his career. This led him to Universitė de ski, where he took some art classes. It was during this time that he became knowledgeable about the Belgian beer and from this; his new found love for beer production was born.
Although Eli Gershkovitch is actively involved in his brewing company, he still puts his law degree to good use. His beer company produces 15 to 17 beers in a year and is run by Walter Cosman, who Eli has appointed as President.
Eli’s aspiration has always been to build something, and he has achieved this aspiration through Steamworks Breweries. Eli Gershkovitch is a man with a big dream (BeerMe). He hopes to continue tapping into new markets and build an empire. Canada is just his first market.
The co-founder of Wild Ark, Mr. Mark Hutchinson, has chosen to dedicate his life to the wild life. Mark’s dedication to the wild is influenced by his childhood memory, which includes crawling into the holes of wombat, riding horses, mustering sheep, and fly-fishing in the countryside of Australia. At the age of 22, Hutchison was inspired by his adventures and founded an adventure company known as Avana, which is also referred to as Untamed. However, the company was later sold in 2013 to a public company, and things did not go well. According to Hutchison, the mission of Untamed was to help people on how to mother nature. Mark believed that there are a lot of individuals who have seen everything from luxury holidays but lost the interest of reconnecting with nature. In 2015, Mark left the corporate world to venture into his passion for nature. He had the dream of helping people on how to reconnect with wildlife through Wild Ark. The primary objective of the organization is to preserve the fragile ecosystems of the world. Learn more: https://ideamensch.com/mark-hutchinson/
About Mark Hutchinson
Mr. Mark Hutchison was brought up in Australia and had to spend most of his life in the forest. It is because of his life experience that made him became a passionate supporter of wildlife. Mark has been spending most of his time in educating and inspiring people about nature. Mark has more than ten years of experience in training people about eco-tourism. He achieved the experience through entrepreneurial ventures, which include operating a travel and training business. It is the desire of Hutchison to leave the world in a great natural state for the next generation.
Mark Hutchinson co-founded Wild Ark in 2016 with the aim of protecting the world’s biodiversity. The organization got its first conservancy contract in 2017. It is working with Kruger Region in South Africa to build safe havens for various species in the area. According to Hutchinson, Wild Ark will continue with its mission of exploring different ways that can help with the protection of wildlife. Mark Hutchinson attended Sydney University, from where he graduated with a Bachelor Degree in Economics. Mark is also an alumnus of INSEAD Business School, from where he received his MBA. Learn more: https://www.facebook.com/wildarkglobal/posts/538048479728461
Glen Wakeman is an entrepreneur with over 20 years’ experience in finance, P&L and business development. Wakeman currently serves as the CEO of Launchpad Holdings LLC a company he co-founded in 2015. In the course of his successful career he has worn different hats and served in different capacities which include; mentor, investor, business owner, board member at the executive level, company CEO and financial services executive.
Glen Wakeman started his successful career and business life after completing his studies. He attended the university of Scranton and graduated with a BS in Economics and Finance in the class of 1981. He later attained an MBA in Finance from the University of Chicago in the class of 1993. Wakeman fresh from these two conquests joined GE capital and served in business development and P&L positions.
In Glen Wakeman’s entire career he has worked with companies and revolutionized them resulting in development and success. The great things he has done in his field include; guiding M&As, start-ups, divestitures and market entry and exponential growth among others. He believes in his own tried, tested and proven methodology which is leadership, human capital, risk management, governance and execution. This methodology assesses and improves performance using the 5- point methodology.
He has enjoyed great milestones and achievements in the various companies he has worked and served in leadership positions. He was also able to achieve great milestones while he was the CEO of GE Money in Latin America. He built operations in 9 counties from start-up level to be able to have over 17,000 employees, 12 billion dollars in assets and make an annual turnover of $100 Million. This was made possible by the signing of multiple products, new product development and have a huge and strong network of over 1000 branches.
Glen Wakeman has also lived in over 6 countries where he has received international acknowledgement through various awards he has won. He is also a mentor where he uses his gift to impact people through blog posts on leadership, business and finance.
If you are a young person who wants to make a difference in the world the options that exist for doing so often feel overwhelming. How can you know which approach is the best approach to solving critical problems that are impacting people’s lives? Is the best way to solving social issues to work as a lawyer advocating for civil and human rights or as a social worker where you can work with the people who are being impacted by issues like substance abuse and poverty first hand? Like many young people philanthropist George Soros probably found himself dealing with this quandary as a young man in the 1940s and 1950s. He knew firsthand that the world could be a better place as a Jewish person from Hungary who had fled persecution. Soros actually ended up studying at the London School of Economics where he discovered the work of the philosopher Karl Popper. Popper wrote a book that is known as The Open Society and Its Enemies. George Soros read this book as a student at the London School of Economics. The book’s arguments would go on to mold him into the philanthropists and humanitarian that he is today.
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The book was an exploration of how societies that were constructed around the ideals of freedom, democracy and civil liberties could succumb to malignant ideologies that opposed these vital concepts. One of the lessons that George Soros mentions learning from Popper’s book The Open Society and Its Enemies is the notion that communities will “flourish only when” they function on the principles of freedom, openness and the protection of human rights. This concept of the open society put forth by Popper would go on to lay the foundation for Soros’ philanthropic work which has been largely concerned with helping societies to remain or to become more open, equitable places. After earning a historic amount of wealth through his work as an investor George Soros would go on to pour that money into programs that promoted the wellbeing of young people, people struggling with mental illnesses, the well being of persecuted minority groups, independent media and education around the world. Visit projectsyndicate.com to know more about George.
The Open Society Foundations operate in a wide number of geographic locations including places in Africa, Europe, the United States, the Middle East, North Africa, and the Caribbean, in Latin American countries and in Eurasia. With regard to health the Open Society Foundations have focused on helping to fund healthcare initiatives that help to strengthen the factors that facilitate and support access to healthcare such as an awareness of systemic flaws within health care systems and advocacy for patients. The Open Society Foundations support the Health Media Initiative and the Law and Health Initiative, among many others. The Health Media Initiative enables civil society to better advocate for and raise awareness about health issues that disadvantaged groups deal with while the Law and Health initiative helps civil society better advocate for the rights of patients. Learn more on Discover the Networks about George Soros.
When it comes to harvesting a successful vintage, whether in wine or in life, Cambria Estate Winery’s Julia Jackson knows that you have to take a long view of things. That philosophy guides her work with the Cambria Seeds of Empowerment, and the wines that her family vineyard produces.
Julia Jackson’s wine education began from a very early age, which is only to be expected since she was literally born into the wine industry. However, it has become one of her own passions as she grew up. She made close friends with a French-speaking daughter of one of her family’s wine making partners, and spent an entire summer in Bordeaux, France, studying the language and learning more about French wines.
She earned a bachelor of art at Scripps College from 2006-2010, and then spent another year studying for her General Management Certificate at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. After that, she became the Spokesperson for her family’s company, Jackson Family Wine, and co-founded Rex Apps, an app that helps people identify trendy bars and restaurants in their area.
As a millennial woman in business, Julia understood that many other women needed a powerful role model, even as she looked up to her own mother, who had founded the Cambria Estate Winery with her father. Her mother’s story and her own dreams inspired her to create the Cambria Seeds of Empowerment scholarship for “warrior women” who overcome life’s challenges and reach out to other women in their communities to help raise them up as well. It awards 100,000 dollars a year in grants to non-profits that share her goals.
Through it all, she stays close to the family roots. One of their wines was named after her, the Cambria Estate Julia’s Vineyard Pinot Noir, which was named Wine of the Year by Wine Enthusiast.
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