Bram Lebo is a Canadian entrepreneur, media proprietor and business consultant.
Lebo studied law at the Osgoode Hall Law School and was called to the Ontario Bar in 1994. That same year Lebo moved to the Netherlands where he completed his MBA and Master of Business Informatics from the Rotterdam School of Management at Erasmus University.
In the mid-1990s, Lebo worked for DigiCash, a pioneering electronic currency corporation based in Amsterdam, followed by three years as a business developer and strategist for multinationals in Europe.
In 2000, Lebo founded Expatica, an online newspaper for English-speakers living in Europe, based in Amsterdam with operations in four other countries. Expatica grew to become the most widely read English-language publication in Continental Europe, in any medium, rivaling major newspapers in readership.
Lebo later returned to Canada and worked for the Government of Ontario, and as of 2008 served as the Director of Marketing and Brand Development for ServiceOntario, a Government of Ontario initiative to give Ontarians an easy, cost-effective way to access government services. In 2009 he co-founded Gravitas Business Architects.
- "About Us", Gravitas Business Architects
- Andrea Himmelspach, Alexander Runge, Petra Schubert, Hans-Dieter Zimmermann; Anforderungen an elektronische Zahlungssysteme; October 1996; Universität St. Gallen - Hochschule für Wirtschafts-, Rechts- und Sozialwissenschaften (HSG)[permanent dead link]
- "Expats of the world, unite!", Time magazine, March 8, 2002
- Organization chart, Ontario Ministry of Government and Consumer Services
- "Half Facts with Bram Lebo & Brigitte Gall", 100.9 Canoe FM
- "Archives by category: Bram Lebo", Haliburton Highlander
- "Chamber of Commerce hears about impact of provincial pension plan", Angelica Ingram, Haliburton County Echo, June 21, 2016
- The Law Students' Guide to Articling and Summer Positions in Canada, ABE Books
- The Law Students' Guide to Articling and Summer Positions in Canada, BookFinder.com