Britain loves beer. This might not be good for our wallets or our waistlines, but it’s true nonetheless. And perhaps no one knows this truth more than Lord Karan Bilimoria, founder and chairman of Cobra Beer.
Commenting on the positive results, David Sproul, Chief Executive of Deloitte North West Europe, said, “This is a good result in a market facing slower economic growth and continued uncertainty..."
Mortimer Singer, president and chief executive of Marvin Traub Associates, a business development and strategic consultancy firm, puts it more tersely. “These stores are monoliths or temples to luxury. They are sterile. I don’t feel attracted to walk in because while they look beautiful on the outside, there is no impulse or curiosity or cultural convergence that cries, ‘Wow! Look at this.’”
“We’ve been in Asia for over 12 years and in Nepal since 2012,” said Mike Bolsover, Chief Executive Officer for Silver Heritage Group. “We are a group that develops projects over time and only where we see significant competitive advantages..."
Tilray is controlled by Seattle-based Privateer Holdings, which was founded by Brendan Kennedy...Tilray has agreements to sell pot in Canadian pharmacies including Shoppers Drug Mart and is investing in production capacity in Portugal so it can supply the EU from within Europe, Kennedy said in an interview.
According to Mishcon de Reya, the ICO's notice is phrased in relatively vague terms. Dean Armstrong QC, chairman of the independent legal advisory service Elias Partnership, told the BBC he agreed with that assessment. "The ICO has given very vague instructions that are not particularly helpful," he said.