AC CEO, Fogo Island Innkeeper Named To 2020 Canadian Business Hall Of Fame
L-R: Zita Cobb, Founder & CEO, Fogo Island Inn
and Calin Rovinescu, President & CEO, Air Canada.
Air Canada President and CEO Calin Rovinescu and Zita Cobb, Founder & CEO, Shorefast and Innkeeper, Fogo Island Inn are two of the four 2020 inductees for the Canadian Business Hall of Fame.
The others are Gordon C. Gray, Former Chairman & CEO A.E. LePage Limited and David Patchell-Evans, Founder & CEO, GoodLife Fitness.
“The Class of Companion Inductees for 2020 are a superlative group who have demonstrated excellence in business leadership,” said David Denison, Chancellor of the Order of the Business Hall of Fame. “With the gala dinner and induction ceremony on 7MAY, 2020, we will commemorate their professional achievements on a national and international scale and their dedication to making Canada a better place to live.”
Created by JA Canada in 1979, the Order of the Business Hall of Fame stakes a claim as the highest honour of its kind for Canada’s business community. The inductees are recognized for their professional and philanthropic achievements and celebrated for their contributions to Canadian business and Canada as a whole.
This year’s Class of Companions will formally be inducted into the Canadian Business Hall of Fame at the 2020 Gala Dinner and Induction Ceremony at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre on 7MAY. Proceeds from the gala will help JA Canada meet the growing demand for financial literacy, work readiness and entrepreneurship programs for Canadian students.