What Are You Doing During the Olympics?


Vancouver store director, Tiffany & Co.

“We really want to address the needs of the visitors to Vancouver, but we also want to be accessible to residents. February is a busy month for us: in addition to the Olympics it is also Valentine’s Day and lunar new year, which are both very important dates on our calendar. Our design team is working on some spectacular window displays for the Olympics and Paralympics, and we’ve got signs in various languages that are accessible to visitors.”

Director, Araxi 
restaurant, Whistler

“We’re expecting it to be incredibly busy, and we’ve already received so many reservations, both corporate and private. We plan to extend our hours to accommodate all the extra people; we’re actually opening for lunch, which we don’t usually do in winter. I plan on working a lot during the Games because I know how busy we are going to be, but hopefully I’ll be able to see a few of the events.” 

President, Trilogy Group of Companies and Opus Hotel Group
“We are completely booked, so that is very exciting. We will be catering the Ontario Pavilion; this is a major piece of work for us. I personally am going to go to as many Olympics events as I can. I’m definitely attending the opening ceremonies, and I’m really looking forward to the speed skating competition, figure skating, hockey and more. I also plan on visiting the live site near Opus Hotel for ceremonies and presentations.”