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Christine is a strategic consultant providing advice and assistance to a wide range of privately owned enterprises in the areas of business planning, new business development, mergers, acquisitions and divestitures. Christine was raised on a tobacco farm in Tillsonburg and graduated from the Ivey Business School at Western University where she was awarded the Gold Medal for achieving 1st place standing in her class. After graduation, she enjoyed a successful 20 year career with John Labatt in both corporate and divisional roles including Director of Corporate Development, General Sales Manager and Category Product Manager at Ault Dairies, Vice President Business Development Toronto Blue Jays and Vice President Premium Seating SkyDome. In 1999 Christine joined a boutique Toronto investment banking firm that specialized in privately owned company transactions. In 2012 Christine established a private consulting practice and now works out of her home office in the village of Springford, ON. Past clients include Saputo, Gencor, Agrico Canada, Tillsonburg Broadcasting Ltd., Alumicor, Forwell Aggregates, Navastone, Magna Entertainment, Cuddy Farms, C’est Bon Cheese, Fifth Town Artisan Cheese, OTPP, Impark and Camelot Global Lotteries. Assignments include divestitures and acquisitions ranging from $1 million – $90 million as well as numerous business development projects and strategic long range and operating plans.
Strategic Planning and Business Plans
Business Development Research and Planning
I have worked with agricultural clients (Agrico Ltd., Gencor, Woodstone Foods, Saputo, Cuddy Farms, Trillium Hatchery and Fifth Town Artisan Cheese). I am currently working on a monthly retainer with the third largest turkey producer in Ontario providing strategic advice and overseeing their monthly management meetings.
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