Alibi Room owner Sudbury’s Entrepreneur of the Year

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Kyle Marcus of The Alibi Room in downtown Sudbury is the city’s Entrepreneur of the Year.

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Marcus was one of 10 outstanding Greater Sudbury entrepreneurs and companies recognized by the Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce at its 25th annual Bell Business Excellence Awards gala on Thursday.

The business community gathered to a capacity audience of around 400 to celebrate the finalists and winners.

The Alibi Room on Durham Street describes itself as “a modern, upscale and sophisticated take on a Prohibition-era speakeasy. Join us in our elegant 1920s-inspired bar top to watch our bartenders do what they do best: mix exquisite cocktails before your very eyes.”

It offers more than 90 unique bourbons, Canadian and American whiskeys and scotches, leather sofas for conversation with a “fantastic selection of local Ontario craft beers, wine and a tapas menu to share.”

It also features an open mic (Wednesday), live DJ lounge set coupled with a cocktail night (Thursday) and live bands every Friday and Saturday with an industry night jam session on Sunday.

For the past 25 years, the Chamber has hosted its Bell Business Excellence Awards as an opportunity not only to recognize the contributions of business owners in the region, but to learn from and about them.

From young entrepreneurs operating from home to established owners of international companies, the Bell Business Excellence Awards recognize the people “who form the backbone of our community, and the family, friends and experiences that keep them going.” .

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“For 25 years, the Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce has honored the achievement and tenacity of our business community through the Bell Business Excellence Awards,” said Neil Milner, Chairman of the Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce, in a press release. “Each awardee deserves recognition for their hard work and we look forward to continuing to shine a spotlight on their achievement.”

The chamber received 146 nominations for its 10 award categories this year. The winners of the Bell Business Excellence Awards 2022 are:

Business creation funded by CN:

Black Labb

Best Place to Work sponsored by Collège Boréal:

Wat supplies

Service Excellence sponsored by Technica Mining:

Kuppajo Espresso Bar Inc.

Non-Profit/Charity Excellence sponsored by TD Bank:

NISA/ Northern Initiative for Social Action

Small business sponsored by the Regional Business Centre:

A10 manufacturing

Innovation sponsored by Cambrian College:

IRegained Inc.

Young Entrepreneur of the Year sponsored by Greater Sudbury Plumbing and HVAC:

Amanda Thirkill, Amanda Thirkill Photography

Entrepreneur of the Year sponsored by RBC Royal Bank:

Kyle Marcus, The Alibi Room

Company of the Year sponsored by MNP LLP:

Orix Geoscience Inc.

Executive of the Year sponsored by the Greater Sudbury Development Corporation and the City of Greater Sudbury:

Chris Laken, Laken Group of Companies

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