Want to add your Free Listing?
Click here to register

Marketing Hall of Legends @MHOLCanada is Toronto’s hottest networking party

Marketing Hall of Legends @MHOLCanada is Toronto’s hottest networking party


Toronto's hottest networking party

Come celebrate with us at the 7th Annual Marketing Hall of Legends Gala to be held at Roy Thomson Hall on April 14, 2011. A networking reception with over 1000 marketers will be followed by an awards show and ceremony and an after party.

The eMailGuide is giving away 8 tickets to the event. Each ticket includes the pre-show reception, with catered food stations and 2 drink tickets, admission to the show and to the after party.

Here is how to win your ticket! Write a comment -200 words or less – telling us which of the Marketing Hall of Legends Inductees or Inductee Companies has inspired you the most and explain why.  The first 8 to write their comments will receive a gala ticket, valued at $75!

The 2011 Inductees to the Marketing Hall of Legends include:

  • Frank Buckley of the Buckley Family, Buckley’s Mixture
  • Les Mandelbaum of Umbra
  • Paul Rowan of Umbra
  • Louis Garneau of Louis Garneau Sports Inc.
  • David Bloom of Shoppers Drug Mart
  • Nancy Volk of Ogilvy & Mather
  • Janet Kestin of Ogilvy & Mather
  • Jim Barnes of BMAI Strategy, Professor Emeritus at Memorial University

These honoured Inductees will be joining ranks with previous honourees:

  • Francois Coutu of the Jean Coutu Group
  • Jean Coutu of the Jean Coutu Group
  • Chip Wilson of Lululemon Athletica Inc.
  • Colleen Moorehead of Signal Hill Equity Partners
  • Annette Verschuren of Home Depot Inc.
  • Angus Reid of Vision Critical
  • Geoffrey Roche of Lowe Roche
  • Marlene Hore of Partners and Edell
  • Clive Beddoe of Wesjet
  • Wayne Sales of Canadian Tire Corporation, Limited
  • Kathleen Taylor of Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts
  • Terry O’Reilly, writer and director
  • Allen Kazmer, retired
  • Murray Koffler of Shoppers Drug Mart
  • Isadore Sharp of Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts
  • Peter Elwood of Lever Brothers and Lipton
  • Ed Marra of Nestlé Canada
  • Tony Chapman of Capital C
  • Bill Durnan of Cossette Communication-Marketin
  • Peter Zarry of Schulich School of Business, York University
  • Ted Rogers of Rogers Communications Inc.
  • Andy Brandt of LCBO
  • George Cohon of McDonald’s Restaurants of Canada Ltd.
  • Jacques Bouchard of BCP
  • Terry O’Malley of Vickers and Benson
  • Rupert Brendon of the Institute of Communications & Advertising
  • James Balsillie of Research in Motion
  • Mike Lazaridis of Research in Motion
  • David Mirvish of Mirvish Productions
  • Ed Mirvish, Theatre Impresario
  • Harry Rosen of Harry Rosen Inc.
  • John Cassaday of Corus Entertainment Inc.
  • Don Triggs of Vincor International
  • Francois Duffer of Cossette Communication Group
  • Claude Lessard of Cossette Communication Group
  • Don Watt of DW + Partners
  • Ken Wong of Queen’s School of Business
  • Ron Joyce of Tim Horton’s
  • Guy Laliberté of Cirque du Soleil
  • David Nichol of Dave Nichol & Associates
  • Don Green & Michael Budman of Roots Canada
  • Christine Magee & Stephen K. Gunn of Sleep Country Canada
  • Judy Elder of Microsoft, IBM, and Ogilvy & Mather
  • Paul Alofs of Princess Margaret Hospital Foundation
  • Frank Palmer of DDB Canada
  • Paul Lavoie of Taxi
  • Alan Middleton of Schulich School of Business, York University

Meet these legends and many other great marketing minds at this unique gala event.

  • Profile:  Jeff Ginsberg has 17+ years’ experience and is an industry known authority on email marketing who gets in the trenches with clients and helps them fulfill their marketing objectives, increase revenue and brand engagement. Clients rely on him and his team at The eMail Company to provide them with expertise from strategy to technology and from campaign management to channel integration. Jeff has worked with clients across all spectrums in the financial, automotive, retail and consumer packaged goods space. His experience covers both B2B and B2C markets. He has a strong background in educating and training agencies and clients about email best practices and is a wealth of knowledge when it comes to marketing tools and vendor selection. While Jeff’s team may be small, they know how to solve BIG email marketing problems. Looking for help with your next campaign? Don’t be afraid to give him a call – Jeff and his team ready to help you today. Give me a call: Toll Free: 877-We-eMail (877-933-6245) Local: 416-225-7711 eMail: jeff@theemailcompany.com
  • Website:  http://www.theemailguide.com
  • Twitter:   http://www.twitter.com/theemailguide
  • LinkedIn:   http://ca.linkedin.com/in/chiefemailofficer
Other post by this Author
Your thoughts here
  1. Gotta choose Umbra. Small company started in toronto, by friends. A true success story of small business startups. 2 friends who couldnt find what they were looking for setout to make it them selfs. And now when you speak of design and style for affordable home furnsishings Umbra is a brand that right near the top of the list

    • Hi Adil…

      Thanks for the comment.

      Please email me your contact details including:

      Company
      Full Name
      Mailing Address

      I will try to get you a ticket at this point, but I think they have all be sold out.

  2. David Bloom began as a pharmacist at SDM, becoming an associate within a year, and within 16 years, he was the president and CEO. While CEO, shoppers drug mart more than doubled the number of stores in Canada. He grew earnings tenfold and quadrupled Sales. It would be great to meet him.

    • Hi Darrin…

      Thanks for the comment.

      Please email me your contact details including:

      Company
      Full Name
      Mailing Address

      I will try to get you a ticket at this point, but I think they have all be sold out.

  3. Chip Wilson is my favorite -he is carrying a great idea of what people can aspire through healthy lifestyle .Buying a products that are environmentally friendly make consumers feel good .Promoting a self-awareness is something different in athletic retail world . Inspiring, creative , refreshing = success!!!

  4. Hey Andrew…

    It’s nice to see you are following what we do.

    Please connect with me offline and I will get you a ticket.

    Regards,

    Jeff

  5. Life worth living…

    Title that makes you think constructively, focuses on important vital reasons of why we want what we want and taps into motivation phenomena.
    Who do we admire and why do we admire them? What does that tell us?
    Judy Elder has a characteristic that speaks directly to my heart.
    Definition of success is as broad as a definition of art but in my books success is a mission for human betterment.
    Judy’s ability to tackle the understanding of ambition and it’s place in womens workforce is just another area that need some light to shed. Amass energy to urge to find clarity and courage to speak up is a unique ability of a great mentor and influencer who manages to help us evolve in greater understanding of own inner-work.
    By trying to understand and help herself she helped others along and it was never a solo mission for her it was a collective team effort.
    Judy is a leader that is for me more that an expert in her field, she is an inspiration.
    Someone once said that ‘there is nothing without the dull persistence’ but to pull trough it we need a lot of hope to gives us courage and keep our spirit alive to become a part of greater more rewarding life, we need more people like Judy.

  6. There are so many great names on the inductee list that it’s hard to choose just one that has inspired me – so I’ll choose 2:

    Don Watt – has demonstrated the effectiveness of simplicity and singularity of purpose in modern retail merchandising. More is not … well, more.

    Christine Magee & Stephen K. Gunn – they understood the marketing adage “Find a category that doesn’t have a dominant player, and become #1” (Reis and Trout, I believe)

    Cheers,

    Andrew

Leave a Reply