This story is one of determination, self-accomplishment, passion for the concierge profession, but above all, a story of friendship. That kind of friendship that transcends and that does not know distance. Friendship that makes us grow and learn. Friendship that teaches us who we are and what we can accomplish. I am going to tell you the story of my participation as the Canadian candidate for Les Clefs d’Or Award – André Damonte 2018, held during the 65th UICH Les Clefs d’Or International Congress in Seoul, South Korea, in April 2018.
My name is Jeffrey Cobrana, I’m the concierge at the Calgary Airport Marriott In-Terminal Hotel. I would like to share my first congress experience from our 11th National Congress in Niagara Falls, Ontario.
Think8 Systems, from Montreal, Quebec, received, from the hands of Les Clefs d’Or Canada President, Carolina Avaria, a certificate of Honorary Membership into Les Clefs d’Or – UICH, the International part of the renowned concierge association, for his major contribution into the brand awareness efforts of the association.
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We are happy and proud to reblog this post from the BC Region of Les Clefs d’Or Canada and present Mark Finn’s introduction video.
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Andrew Van Der Hoeven. (Photo: Westin Ottawa)
Andrew Van Der Hoeven was the Canadian nominee at this year’s prestigious Andy Pongco Award. The contest took place at the 63rd UICH – Les Clefs d’Or International Congress in Dubai, UAE, from the 10th to the 15th of April 2016.
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The Members and the Board of Directors of Les Clefs d’Or Canada would like to thank all of our sponsors and partners who made possible the huge success that was the 19th Les Clefs d’Or Pan-American Congress – Montreal 2016.
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Dear Members and Friends,
On March 7th the Canadian National Board arrived in Montreal for two days of meetings leading into what would become an INCREDIBLY MEMORABLE 19th Pan-American Congress. Our seven united regions focused on collaboration as we tackled new and old challenges, prepared to legally register our Association as Not for Profit and lead the country into celebrations of our 40th Anniversary!
The Montreal Region, lead by our passionate Congress Chairperson, Chanel Mongeon, left all of us in attendance (including our International President, Colin Toomey and General Secretary, James Ridenour), absolutely thrilled with the flawless execution of their program. They asked “Voulez-Vous Montreal?” Continue Reading