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Sam Walton opened the first Walmart in 1962 in Rogers, Arkansas with the simple premise of offering quality goods at lower prices. His vision and drive made Walmart the largest retailer in the world and brings value to millions of customers every day, helping them save money and live better. In 1994, Walmart Canada launched with 122 stores. Twenty-six years later, we’re more than 400 stores strong, employing more than 100,000 people in Canada. Here’s a quick overview of our history in Canada: https://www.walmartcanada.ca/about-us/history A few quick facts about Walmart Canada: * Walmart Canada operates a chain of more than 400 stores nationwide serving 1.5 million customers each day. * Our flagship online store, Walmart.ca is visited by more than 1.5 million customers daily. * With more than 100,000 associates, Walmart Canada is one of Canada's largest employers and is ranked one of the country's top 10 most influential brands * Since 1994 Walmart Canada has raised and donated more than $500 million to Canadian charities.
Bombardier carries the torch for the rail and aerospace industries. The company's Aerospace division manufactures commercial and business aircraft. It is the #1 regional aircraft maker with its C, CRJ, and Q series, and is a leading maker of business jets (Global, Challenger, Learjet). Its Flexjet division offers fractional jet ownership services (customers buy flight time without buying interest in an aircraft). Its Transportation division, which makes the ZEFIRO very high speed train, is one of the world's largest railway equipment makers. The company, which is controlled by the Bombardier family, designed the torch for the Vancouver 2010 Olympics. About 95% of its revenues are derived outside of Canada.
Guided by a strong set of values, Aldo Bensadoun set out to build a "different" kind of modern company, one founded on compassion and ethics, aiming to influence society in both fashion and social responsibility. Simply put, Mr. Bensadoun created a brand with a conscience; a brand that cares. First and foremost, we are committed to our people; those who have helped us get to where we are today. Though our workforce is as diverse as our geographical imprint, a common thread remains – our team members are passionate, productive and motivated. We provide our team with an abundance of opportunities to help them realize their full potential, because at our core, we believe that when one person grows, so too does the company. The result is a productive and fast-paced culture where performance standards are high and a healthy work ethic and overall excellence is celebrated. The ALDO Group is also well known for its commitment to society. We place a premium on being a good corporate citizen by working to enrich the communities in which we live and work. Over the years, we have supported many vital philanthropic causes such as War Child, YouthAIDS, CANFAR, Youth Fusion and the Cure Foundation – and that’s just to name a few.
Whole Foods was founded on the belief that where food comes from, and how it’s grown, matters. It meant creating quality standards, working with suppliers who achieve them, and sharing that information with our customers. And it radically changed the way people understood and shopped for food. The result has been the highest quality natural and organic products; an unmatched experience in more than 500 stores with a passionate team of over 90,000 Team Members; three foundations that focus on improving the livelihoods of communities on a local and global scale; and millions of customers who put their trust in us every day. Since day one, we’ve been dedicated to building the best workplace for all 90,000+ of our Team Members. When you work at Whole Foods, we take care of you. See for yourself by reading their stories on Instagram @wholefoodscareers.
Global Media Agency of the Year, 2019 || AdWeek Media Network of the Year, 2017 || Cannes Lions Agency Network of the Year, 2016 || Festival of Media The Most Medaled Media Agency in Cannes, 2016 || Cannes Lions Most Creative Media Agency Network, 11 years in a row || Gunn Report Global Media Agency of the Year, 2014 & 2013 || AdWeek Proudly a part of the Omnicom Group, OMD represents $42.3 billion global revenue, 100+ countries, 140+ offices, and 11,000+ employees. Our core philosophy drives us to deliver insights that unlock demand potential, ideas that ignite consumer desire and results that accelerate business growth for our clients. We are a dynamic, creative and influential agency network that collectively combines to make OMD the most awarded agency network in the world.
Celebrating a 180-year heritage, Holt Renfrew is recognized worldwide for an inspired shopping experience. Founded in 1837 as a modest hat shop, Holt Renfrew would soon become a purveyor of fashion to Her Majesty Queen Victoria. In the 1930s, Holt Renfrew began to establish exclusive accounts with leading European designers, hosting Monsieur Christian Dior himself in 1947 as he launched his "New Look”. After many years of foreign ownership Holt Renfrew was acquired in, 1986, by W. Galen and the Hon. Hilary M. Weston. Holt Renfrew has 2,500 employees with eight stores across the country in Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal (Holt Renfrew Ogilvy) and Toronto (Bloor Street, Square One and Yorkdale). Visit us at holtrenfrew.com and follow @HoltRenfrew on all our social media channels.
WorleyParsons Corporation puts its energy into energy and chemical plants. The US subsidiary of WorleyParsons Limited, the company is a top designer and builder of modular facilities for refineries and process plants in remote areas and harsh environments. WorleyParsons, whose services also include procurement and project management, targets the hydrocarbons, minerals and metals, infrastructure and environment, and power industries. Offshore work is provided by its INTECSEA arm. The US operations are supported by the WorleyParsons worldwide network. The company's global diversity and client base allow it to advance even in challenging market conditions.