Canadian beers packaged in varying tastes and prices are an excellent introduction to the Canadian culture. The Canadian brewing market has for long been dominated by myriad industry players including Labatts’ Breweries, Molson-Coors Breweries, Sleeman Breweries, Sapporo Breweries, and Moosehead Breweries. Lately, however, Steamworks Group of companies has emerged from its humble beginnings in 1995 as brew pub to a preferred brewery enjoying the abundance of acclaimed international repute (OttawaCitizen). Eli Gershkovitch, a licensed pilot, and a former lawyer is the man credited for the consistent growth and successful transformation of the entity to the greater heights achieve so far.
The Steamworks Group of companies led by Eli Gershkovitch has lately hit headlines standing out as the only Canadian-owned brewery serving a large clientele base including 14 U.S states, Germany, Italy, Austria, Switzerland, and Australia. Guided by his business acumen and professional standing in law, Eli Gershkovitch’s interests in complete ownership and full control of the business has never been tilted hence the consistent growth and development of the business. In his style of leadership, Eli Gershkovitch brings together his unwavering commitment to the business strategy, the unmatched resourcefulness of various expatriates and capitalizes on the abundance of the resources to build a formidable brand. In fact, Eli Gershkovitch’s resolve to control every activity of the business led him to acquire a very significant stake in the company and only allows very limited ownership stake to others.
By all standards, Eli Gershkovitch does every thing within his ability for the advancement of the business and legally defends the brand at all cost. To meet the growing market demand, Eli Gershkovitch increased the floor space at the brew pub in Vancouver from 184 to 754 seats and enhanced the company output to 40,000 hectolitre capacity at the Boundary Road Brewery. In addition, with the very able leadership of Eli Gershkovitch, Steamworks Group supports corporate social responsibility by sponsoring events hence increased revenues by 50%.
More about Eli Gershkovitch at http://www.calgaryherald.com/Steamworks+owner+Gershkovitch+awarded+registered+trademark+Cascadia+2006+after+seven+year+dispute+with+Granville+Island+Brewing/7612614/story.html