Stevie b. Hamron has over 15 years of leadership experience building global brands and guiding high profile businesses in the restaurant and nightlife industry. Hamron began his career among the fashion elites in the early 90s in Miami, Florida. Along the shores of South Beach, Hamron and his colleague Cyril Peret put on a series of signature events; do not say that my booker (1998) was born in the middle of this collaboration.
The concept incorporated three elements – fashion, musical art – as a springboard to entertain and dazzle international customers. The immediate success of the event prompted the brand’s expansion to integrate production into two markets: North America and Europe.
In 2002, Hamron returned to Montreal to open the infamous supper-time club which attracted a multitude of high profile media and celebrities such as Madonna, Angelina jolie, bono, jon bon jovi, Leonardo di caprio, jude law and prince andrew. The time group launched its sister café-boutique in the summer of 2006.