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Canada: SAP Super User

Canada: SAP Super User

Provide first line support for how-to questions, issue resolution and system fault identification.*Manage open items in Remedy log or other help desk system equivalents, and provide timely response to users who have opened up tickets. *Create and maintain training material and provide training to end-users if and when necessary*Act as the focal point for system migration activities e.g. User Transformation Testing and coordination of business stakeholder sign-off as related to Help Desk break fix and minor enhancement tickets. *Participate in testing for new system functionality or regression testing for special projects*Participate in future SAP or other applicable systems related deployments by providing process information, recommendations and liaising with other business functions to ensure integrated solution*Participate in global community of super-users to share best practices. *Must be able identify business benefits and make decisions that drive value for Diageo. *Will be responsible for delivering all projects related to the support and maintenance of SAP or other applicable systems as a business tool. [...more]

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Canada: Brewing Specialist

Canada: Brewing Specialist

Work closely with Commercial teams in Brand and Innovation Marketing to deliver Innovation goals. * Work with breweries to ensure trials, product launches, material assessments and process changes are adequately supported and completed successfully. * Provide thorough documentation of development activities, procedures, specifications, training and other support necessary to ensure successful process implementation of product launches. * Conduct brewing technology assessments for new products and process optimization. [...more]

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PepsiCo Launches Successful Refresh Project in Canada

PepsiCo Launches Successful Refresh Project in Canada

PepsiCo has launched its Refresh Project in Canada, giving the country's residents the chance to improve their local communities. Fans of the soft drinks giant's brands are being invited to put forwards their ideas of how they can enhance or develop where they live, with the most popular being given a grant to complete the proposed project. Over the following year, more than $1 million (£644,505) will be given out in grants. The project has proved very successful so far in the US, with 33 ideas having being funded. [...more]

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Coca-Cola Launches Green Olympics Uniform

Coca-Cola Launches Green Olympics Uniform

Coca-Cola has launched sporting uniforms made of recycled bottles, which are being used at the Winter Olympics in Vancouver, Canada. The uniforms made up of 120 used plastics bottles, is part of the company's initiative to create its first ever zero waste, carbon-neutral sponsorship at the Games. The drinks giant is also collecting all the PET bottles used at the Games via more than 800 barrels across the venues. The company is using hydrofluorocarbon (HFC)-free coolers and a fleet of hybrid carts and delivery vehicles to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. [...more]

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Mosaiq Acquires Dark Rum From Pernod

Mosaiq Acquires Dark Rum From Pernod

Mosaiq has acquired the global rights to the Lemon Hart rum brand from Pernod Ricard. Financial details of the transaction were not disclosed. The marketing and sales transition of the brand to Mosaiq have been completed while the production transition will be completed by the end of June 2010. According to Mosaiq, the acquisition of Lemon Hart lifts the company to number one in the imported dark rum segment in Canada with a 41% share of market. [...more]

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Henkell Adds A Sparkle To Winter Olympics

Henkell Adds A Sparkle To Winter Olympics

Guests and athletes at the German Hospitality House at the Vancouver Olympic Games this month will be toasting any German medal winners with Henkell Trocken. The sparkling Sekt's producer, market leader Henkell & Söhnlein, has been awarded exclusive pouring rights for fizz at the country's base on the Simon Fraser University Harbour Centre Campus from 11-27 Feb. Henkell Trocken will also be served at all the German team's international receptions and celebrations in Vancouver and the German Hospitality House's satellite location in Whistler. [...more]

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Coca-Cola Launches Olympic Winter Games campaign

Coca-Cola Launches Olympic Winter Games campaign

Coca-Cola has launched a new campaign for the Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver. The multi-faceted Olympic Games-themed programme is called Open the Games, Open Happiness. A group of high-profile US Olympians and sports champions, known as the Coca-Cola Six Pack of athletes are helping to promote the campaign along with limited edition Olympic Games-themed packaging. [...more]

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Holland Heineken House Will Be Open in Vancouver

Holland Heineken House Will Be Open in Vancouver

For each of the Olympic Games the iconic beer brand is building its Holland Heineken House, which is the official national house of the Dutch Olympic Committee. The tradition is kept carefully, and this year in Vancouver from February 11 until February 28 the House is ready to invite guests again. In this 'home away from home' constructed for sports fans and athletes, media representatives as well as sportsmen's family members and coaches, every one who wants it can join the medal celebrations of the successful Dutch athletes and have a good time relaxing and tasting nice dinner. [...more]

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Consumers “confused” by Cellared in Canada wine Designation

Consumers “confused” by Cellared in Canada wine Designation

Fewer than one in five Canadian wine drinkers can recognise and correctly understand the term "Cellared in Canada", according to a new poll of wine drinkers in the country. The study, conducted by market research agency Wine Intelligence, also found that the majority - 64% - of Canadian wine drinkers don't even recognise the term "Cellared in Canada" when they see it. Of the 36% of Canadian consumers who are aware of the term, about half correctly state that a wine carrying the Cellared in Canada designation is made from a combination of Canadian and foreign grapes, or from all imported grapes (the definition in British Columbia), which have been blended and bottled in Canada. [...more]

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Drinks Americas Launches Trump vodka in Ontario

Drinks Americas Launches Trump vodka in Ontario

Drinks Americas has sold $50,000 of Trump super premium vodka to the Liquor Control Board of Ontario (LCBO), which has authorised the product. Drinks Americas said this initial order will open the Toronto market for the brand also sold in Alberta and Manitoba provinces. The cases are scheduled to deliver to the LCBO warehouse in January 2010. [...more]

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Coke Puts More Hybrids On The Road

Coke Puts More Hybrids On The Road

Coca-Cola Bottling Company is expanding its fleet of hybrid-electric delivery trucks across Canada as part of its ongoing commitment to sustainability. The beverage giant is adding 15 hybrid single-axle tractors to its existing hybrid fleet of 20 side-bay trucks and 2 straight trucks in Canada. Of these 15, five have been deployed in Montreal. The Coke hybrid trucks use about 30 percent less fuel and produce about 30 percent fewer emissions than standard tractors. These first-of-their-kind vehicles are servicing markets in Vancouver, London, Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal. Coca-Cola Enterprises has deployed a total of 327 hybrid delivery vehicles across North America, which were manufactured in Sainte-Therese, Que. [...more]

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Big Rock Brewery Appoints President of Big Rock Brewery Operations

Big Rock Brewery Appoints President of Big Rock Brewery Operations

Big Rock Brewery Income Trust has appointed Bill McKenzie as president of Big Rock Brewery Operations, effective January 1, 2010. Mr McKenzie has been in the Canadian beverage alcohol industry since 1988, and has held various senior leadership roles with Big Rock as well as international beverage organizationsDiageo and Molson. Ed McNally, who will retain the chairman and CEO positions, has tasked Mr McKenzie with continuing to grow Big Rock's presence in the Canadian market, strengthening its leadership position in the craft brewery segment and maintaining the brewery's strong community relationships. [...more]

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