Business Review Canada magazine – November issue now available!

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This month’s Business Review Canada magazine cover story features Carlsberg Canada CEO Sebastiaan Besems, who discusses the unique challenge that the country poses to the world’s third-largest brewer.

Carlsberg is used to holding significant market share in the countries it serves, but the Canadian market is currently dominated by AB InBev and Molson Coors. How does Besems intend to increase Carlsberg’s footprint in Canada?

Another exclusive interview comes from Canadian Solar, touching on how the company is investing heavily in R&D in order to stay ahead of the curve, with solar power on the rise in Canada. Dylan Marx, Managing Director of Global EPC and Operations and Maintenance Services, answers our questions.

Other exclusive insights come from AgriMarine Technologies and Diagnostic Services of Manitoba, while our top 10 profiles the largest franchises operating in Canada at the moment.


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