Guelph Fitness Training LogoI enjoyed hearing of your international experience and your problem solving abilities using the local cultures. Your tip on asking someone to tell a story on how they were motivated to accomplish a big goal is a huge asset to me and one I may use in a consultation today.

Jay Vandermeer B.Sc., CPTN-CPT Guelph


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Andreas,

Thank you so much for taking the time out of your weekend to watch our team present, ask insightful questions, and provide valuable feedback. We are proud to show you that your sponsorship is being put to good use, and we can’t wait to return from Halifax with some awards as proof.

Sincerely,

Sarah & Olivia
JDCC Guelph


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Dear Andreas,

Thank you so much for your continuing support of Ed Video. We really appreciate your help.

Warm regards,


Liz, the Board & Staff of Ed Video

Media Arts Centre, Guelph


Hi, Shawn here;

I thought the Tim Horton’s $2.00 gift certificate with advertising flyer was an innovative idea on getting more phone calls. Everyone likes Tim Horton’s and it’s a low cost way of getting awareness and attention. It’s definitely something I will try as a pilot project once my professional website is built.

Thank you for your time, hopefully, we’ll keep in touch!!!

Young start-up entrepreneur


Toronto City logoDear Andreas,

Thank you most sincerely for taking part in the Second Annual 20-Minute Toronto Makeover on Friday, April 22.

The event was a great success because volunteers like you put on your gloves, grabbed your garbage bags and joined schools, businesses, local residents and city staff to clean up our community.

Once again, thank you for your generous donation of your time and energy to help keep our city clean and beautiful.

Yours sincerely,


Councillor Janet Davis

Ward 31 Beaches-East York


Humber College logoDear Andreas:

On behalf of Youssef A. Youssef and The Business School, I want to thank you for attending our capstone presentations yesterday. Your presence and evaluations played a central role in the successful conclusion of the students’ capstone projects. Your pointed questions challenged our students and provided invaluable learning for the future.

We are very grateful for your contributions, and hope that you will be willing to share what you heard and saw with the Program Advisory Committee at the end of next month. We welcome your suggestions for the future as well.

Best regards,

Pierre-Pascal Gendron, Ph.D., Professor and Program Director BComm International
Humber Business School
Humber Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning


 

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We are lucky to have Keith, Andreas and John on our panel tomorrow morning to help us with our businesses.

 

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I have asked people who have a high level of skill in a specific area to sit on our panel today. However, they have had several “LIVES” and come to their current business from elsewhere which gives them a unique point of view on their client’s issues, and on business in general. Like most of us, they have multiple clients in multiple businesses so have ‘seen it all’. This makes them uniquely qualified to give advice.

Andreas Hug has corporate experience in Toronto and around the world and provides a comprehensive service for his clients.

Margaret C. Pennyfather Hons. BA, C.I.M.
Marketing Network Associates


Rotary Guelph logoAndreas thanks for all your efforts with respect to ….

You always impress me with your professionalism, you are such a great ambassador for our club and for Rotary in general.

 

Dianne P.
Rotary Glub Guelph South


University of Guelph logoDear Andreas:

 

Thank you for having taken time out of your hectic schedule in order to come to speak to my BUS 4260 “International Business” course at the University of Guelph, this week.

Your superb presentation based upon your in-depth international business experience considerably enhanced our in-class learning experience. The students and I are grateful for the superb manner in which you connected your world to ours, in a clear and easily understandable manner within our classroom.

Sincerely,

 

Thomas W. McKaig

Adjunct Professor

Department of Marketing and Consumer Studies

University of Guelph