Adobe Executive Dinner at the aga khan museum

On January 30, Adobe Canada and Hostess Donna Morris greeted 30 guests for a special reception, private tour and executive dinner at the beautiful Aga Khan Museum in Toronto. Guests included CMOs from Bank of Montreal, CIBC and Investor's Group as well as Executive Digital Marketers from Loblaws, Lowes, Cadillac Fairview, Canadian Tire and TD Bank. We were also honoured to have media celebrity and noted tech entrepreneur Michele Romanow among others.

The evening began with cocktails and canapes in the beautiful Bellerive Room which houses the Aga Khan's private collection of priceless ceramics and tapestries. Museum Curator Henry Kim explained the cultural significance and arranged for personal tours of the high profile and timely exhibition Syria; A Living History.

Celebrity Chef Mark McEwan who operates the Museum's elegant restaurant Diwan among other high profile Toronto restaurants Bymark, One, North 44, and Fabbrico shared the story behind our meal and his experience as the Host of Top Chef Canada. Chef Mark's team delivered a stunning four course middle eastern themed meal that was met with overwhelming appreciation from our guests.

Salim Maherali and Donna Morris graciously welcomed our guests.

The dinner was held in Mark McEwan's restaurant Diwan located inside the museum. Diwan’s elegant interior — complete with floor-to-ceiling windows — features 19th-century wooden panels hand-carved and painted in Damascus.

As a memento of the evening, guests received Pattern & Light a visual celebration of the Aga Khan Museum including a personal note of thanks from Salim and Adobe Canada. Immediate response from our guests has been very positive and very much appreciated. This Adobe Red Carpet Event has helped establish Adobe as a trusted partner and the company our clients want to do business with.

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