Leadership Series: Achieving Sustainable Growth with Earls Restaurant
Fuller Family Group
Welcome and Presentation 6:00-6:30 p.m.
Reception and Networking 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Join us for the latest Company of Young Professionals (CYP) Leadership Series where we hear from local leaders in fascinating industries.
For this event, guests will hear from Mic Minhas, CFO at Fuller Family, which founded and still owns the Earls Restaurant chain. Earls has now grown to 62 restaurants and remains a private, family-owned business. It is not a franchise. Fifty-seven of the restaurants are in Canada and five are in the U.S., with more U.S. locations coming soon.
Guests will enjoy some delicious food and drinks from Earls and learn how the company stays competitive in Canada's bustling restaurant market.
Why you need to attend?
- Connect with members of the CYP Program in the beautiful space of Earls Yaletown loft
- Hear about Mic Minhas's journey from tax accountant to CFO of Earls and how his CPA designation helped him navigate his career progression
- Learn about the rise and success of Earls, including how they have grown to more than 60 restaurants in North America and how they stay competitive
This event is limited to Members of the Greater Vancouver Board of Trade's Company of Young Professionals program and guests aged 35 and under.
About the Speaker
Mic is a Chartered Accountant, with almost twenty years of experience specializing in corporate and personal income tax matters, restructuring, legal matters and corporate finance. He spent the first ten years of his career working in public practice, with a medium size and a national accounting firm in their respective tax departments, in the owner manager arena. Over the last nine years, he has worked with Fuller Family Group of companies, which includes Earls, Joey, Saltlik, Beach house and Local, as a senior finance executive.