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Fenestration Manitoba hires association managers



Oct. 18, 2013 – The Fenestration Manitoba executive team of Al Dueck, Ryan Dudeck and Aurelle Robin has announced the next stage in the development of its industry association. Ethero Events and Management has been appointed as association managers for Fenestration Manitoba in order to grow the young organization. Ethero’s partners, Monica Derksen and Cameron Derksen, have built a reputation for providing customized suites of management and event services to not-for-profit organizations. The Manitoba born-and-raised siblings have coordinated and managed conferences, festivals, fundraising galas, and specialize in unique event experiences.

Oct. 18, 2013 – The Fenestration Manitoba executive team of Al Dueck, Ryan Dudeck and Aurelle Robin has announced the next stage in the development of its industry association. Ethero Events and Management has been appointed as association managers for Fenestration Manitoba in order to grow the young organization. Ethero’s partners, Monica Derksen and Cameron Derksen, have built a reputation for providing customized suites of management and event services to not-for-profit organizations. The Manitoba born-and-raised siblings have coordinated and managed conferences, festivals, fundraising galas, and specialize in unique event experiences.

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The Ethero Team: Kelsey Evans, Monica Derksen, Cameron Derksen, Darcy Penner.


 

Fenestration Manitoba represents some 25 window and door manufacturers in Manitoba, employing directly and indirectly more than 4,000 people. Window manufacturing has a very important place in Manitoba as it has generated some of Canada’s largest and most successful business operations. Additionally, the Manitoba window industry has proven to be industry leaders world wide as it has been the source of global innovations such as high performance triple pane glass and pultruded fiberglass windows and doors. The Manitoba window and door companies have also become important generators of jobs as a sizeable portion of their production is shipped outside the province within either Canada, the USA or offshore.

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