The new Asian Bar-Barfish – Newest Addition of Blowfish

April 30, 2015 by  
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There is good news for all cocktail lovers. There is a new cocktail bar in Blowfish Japanese restaurant King and Bathurst, whose name is Barfish cocktail lounge.

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Barfish was opened in December, 2014 by award winning mixologist Nishan Nepulongoda and the building was designed by Antonio Tadrissi. It is formerly an outdoor space between Blowfish and the beside historic Bank of Montreal building and used to be the Blowfish patio in years past.

 

This location can accommodate up to 60 people with DJs every night and is available for private functions and events.

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Nishan Nepulongoda is also a bartender who serves up creative Japanese-inspired cocktails, like cognac-based concoction flavoured with yuzu and figs, and a tiki-inspired cocktail served in a mug shaped like an Easter Island moai.The food menu is created by BlowFish Executive Chef G Q Pan and it features his new late-night snacks. It perfectly paired with Nishan’s innovative cocktails.

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Barfish is perfect for after-work drinking, pre-party or private events in a peppy setting !

You can have a marvelous time at a contemporary designed-bar with creative and inspired Japanese cocktails and meals.

 

Barfish

668 King Street West Toronto, Ontario M5V1M7

416-860-0606

http://www.blowfishrestaurant.com/

info@blowfishrestaurant.com

MANAGING FOR GROWTH SERIES – The Productivity Paradox: Understanding the importance of Process.

April 22, 2015 by  
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Do you think that you can double your productivity without any capital investment. Phil Kirby can help you to think about the process in your business, to be flexible, and to reduce your costs. Because the solution to this paradox is hiding in plain sight – if you know where to look.

Being fast can increase cost and decrease quality. Being flexible – providing variety and customization – can slow things down and escalate price. And being low cost requires standardization without variation. Being all three—fast, flexible and low cost—seems contradictory, if not impossible— except to a process mind.

With Phil Kirby learn some ways you can transform your business, and achieve new goals.

He says, “Your problems are hiding in plain sight; in the processes of your business, whether you are making widgets, distributing gizmos or servicing needs. You can outperform your competition by changing the way you think about process, by developing a process mind.”

In a captivating, candid, conversational style, Phil takes the audience from the boardroom to the frontlines, moving easily from thought-leading management theory to roll-up-your-sleeves, in-the-trenches practices.

 

Guest Speaker: Phil Kirby, President, Organization Thoughtware International Inc.

Date: Wednesday, June 3, 2015

Time: 7:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.

Venue: Delta Toronto East,  2035 Kennedy Rd, Scarborough, ON M1T 3G2

Google Maps Link: https://www.google.com/maps/place/Delta+Toronto+East/@43.777344,-79.283427,15z/data=!4m2!3m1!1s0x0:0x6c9a3942bb7699cd

 

Fees: $25 which includes continental breakfast (net proceeds go to the Ted Rogers School of Management

Seating is limited, please RSVP online at http://www.hss-ca.com/events.php

 

Who Should Attend:

  • Small to medium business owners, entrepreneurs
  • CEO’s, CFO’s

 

Key Learnings

  • Current economic forecast
  • Industry trends
  • Business cycle forecasts
  • Easy-to-understand, strategic action items

 

Series Sponsors:

Hogg, Shain & Scheck, PROFIT Magazine, Ted Rogers School of Management

New design office space clear and simple commitment to our members: IQ Office

April 9, 2015 by  
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          New design office space clear and simple commitment to our members

     IQ Office

IQ Office Suites offers a customized shared office rental solution which also contains a number of meeting rooms. It is located in the Dineen building at Yonge and Temperance in downtown Toronto. The architecture was built in 1897 and has seen many changes in Toronto over the last 118 years. This office building also has a historic atmosphere which makes it unique .

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The office and meeting spaces are designed to inspire you and to deliver the best flexibility and performance for your business or event. The space provides private offices as well as dedicated desks, as well as a variety or open spaces.

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In addition, IQ Office offers unique event spaces. The event space can accommodate up to 100 people for social, business or other events. It contains four 60” media screens and has full audio surround sound.

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The staff can assist you with anything from supplying rentals, to set up and tear down. They offer  a high level of personalized level of service to let you love where you work or host clients.

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The IQ Office features top quality design, furnishings and technology. If you would like to learn more about this shared office space / event space contact IQ Suites for a tour.

 

IQ Office Suites
140 Yonge Street,Toronto, ON M5C 1X6
TEL: 1.416.238.1111
E-mail: info@iqoffice.ca

More information

http://iqoffice.ca/