Canadian Craft beer and Mr. Eli Gershkovitch,

In Canada, craft breweries are also known as microbreweries, but not all of them are small. For example, Quebec’s McAuslan Brewery can manage to collect a revenue more than $20 million in a year. Similarly, the top cut-off of Ontario Craft Brewery is more than 400000 in a year. For sure, craft beer is the most popular drink in Canada (CalgaryHerald). Even if the consumption of beer goes down, consumption and sales of craft beers continue to rise. Moreover, the sales of beer in Canada have been flat since 1995, but with craft beer, the revenue growth is reaching a double digit. The following are various brands of the Canadian Craft beer.

Glutenberg Belgian Double

This type of beer is not gluten-free friendly. It is made from barley and sometimes wheat. The brand is brewed by Brasseurs Sans Gluten Company. Most of the brews produced by Brasseurs Sans Gluten are gluten free. The major ingredients include grans such as millet. The brews have strong, love, and comforting tastes.

Weissbier

This brand of craft beer is light and have a low taste because of the wheat. It is a traditional Bavarian brew made using the Bavarian yeast. According to German Hefeweizen category, Weissbier has been the leading brand for more than ten years. It is produced by Denisons Brewing Company.

Nutcracker Porter

Nutcracker Porter is dark, sweet, and less hoppy. The craft beer is brewed using cinnamon as one of the ingredients. The brewer is Black Oak Brewery.

About Mr. Eli Gershkovitch,

Mr. Eli Gershkovitch is the Chief Executive Officer of Steamworks Group (MontrealGazette). As the CEO, Mr. Eli always believes that you need to make the business grow to meet the market demand. He also understands that the same demand can shrink to meet your goals. As the owner of Steamworks Group, Eli has been selling craft beer for more than 20 years. He was part of the previous wave, and now he is part of the present wave.

Eli opened one of the Steamworks Brew Pubs in 1995. This is the period when operations of pubs were considered to be novel and not a norm. Eli Gershkovitch graduated with a Bachelor Degree in Law, but he did not settle in the career life. He discovered something that made him leave law. The turn of events in Eli’s life was his exposure to the business of craft beer.

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Mike Baur; the Swiss father of ICT Innovation.

Mike Baur is simply the most notable Swiss entrepreneur among all those that Switzerland has to offer. He is particularly an investor who is heavily invested in developing and accentuating the Information and Communication Technology Sector of his home country. Furthermore, the business phenom is also a sharp businessperson with an uncanny commitment to fostering progressive minds like his to phenomenal growth. The man, esteemed for his discipline and immaculate connection, owes it all to his working experience as a banker, hard work, and a spirit of progression.

Mike Baur was a banker. He excelled in his private banking career because he had been well prepared for it. He had studied hard in his formative years and during his undergraduate course. During his working years as a banker, Mike also pursued a Master of Business Administration Degree from the University of Rochester. He was successful at that as he was successful in pleasing the University of Berne which came to award him with an executive MBA. However, such an immense wealth of knowledge and skill was yet to satisfy Mr. Baur. He continued to seek investment insights from his clients and colleagues, from whom he learned a great deal.

During his private banking employment, Mike had been able to save up plenty of money for capital. Additionally, he had come across wealthy third generational youths who did not use their wealth to improve themselves or their country. Mike felt the need to instill in them some work ethic to give them purpose. He exploited the network he had acquired of willing investors and buyers in need of innovative ICT technologies when he co-founded the Swiss Startup Factory.

The Swiss Startup Factory is the leading Swiss ICT startup accelerator. Unlike other accelerators, the factory is privately financed. Privately financed accelerators enjoy flexibility due to the absence of timid stakeholders. They also enjoy efficient decision making. Mr. Baur performs the role of CEO and managing partner of the company. With his keen eye, the mogul has always spotted young innovators offering the world cutting edge concepts. For a fair amount of equity, the Swiss Startup Factory offers the startup companies

  • coaching,
  • mentoring,
  • provision of office space,
  • networking
  • and financing.

Mike Baur particular plays the role of mentorship and financing in the manufacture of the startup companies. During the foundation of the factory, he was responsible for its

  • Inspiration
  • Financial organization and constitution
  • Networking
  • And Financing