Tuesday, September 7th, 2010 - The Executive Connection (TEC)
Entrepreneurs such as the Sydney Harbour BridgeClimb’s Todd Coates and South Australia’s own gourmet jam manufacturer, Beerenberg’s Anthony Paech will join eminent international economist, Jonathan Pain to present to hundreds of small to medium sized businesses in Adelaide this week.

Hosted by leading CEO membership organisation The Executive Connection (TEC) for its South Australian members, the event will inspire and challenge business executives with the global economic perspective that Pain coins “The New Reality” and will allow business executives to share real, practical ways to tackle contemporary challenges of the CEO.

The All TEC Day will begin with inspiring business stories from fellow TEC members: Todd Coates from BridgeClimb about balancing ‘hard’ and ‘soft’ sides of business; Didier Elzinga from Culture Amp about creating a powerful culture in a demanding industry; Gillian Hurst from DTH Products about the journey from financial challenge to financial success; and Anthony Paech from Beerenberg about using social media to connect with customers.

“This conference will bring together some of Australia’s most visionary leaders, and this year one of the most in-demand presenters, Jonathan Pain will talk about a new era of business opportunities that local companies can embrace and benefit from,” South Australian TEC group Chairperson, Jerry Kleeman of Kleeman International, said.

Among the attendees will be executives from SA businesses such as Haigh’s, Bernie Lewis Home Loans, Kennards Hire, Maggie Beer Products, Metropolitan Plumbing and Beaumont Tiles.

The South Australian All TEC Day attendees are among 14,500 business leaders worldwide who have become members of TEC to enable them to become better leaders, make better decisions and drive better results for their organisations. TEC membership provides access to new ideas and fresh thinking through monthly peer think-tanks, one-on-one business coaching and speaker presentations.

The All TEC Day Adelaide will be held at the InterContinental Hotel Ballroom Friday 10th September 2010 from 8:30am until 2:45pm. Media is welcome upon request.

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The Executive Connection (TEC) is the Australian affiliate of Vistage International, Inc. with more than 14,500 members in 16 countries worldwide. It is the world’s foremost chief executive leadership group for ongoing professional and personal development, helping business CEOs become better leaders, make better decisions and drive better results for their organisations. TEC membership provides unparalleled access to new ideas and fresh thinking through monthly peer think-tanks, one-on-one business coaching and speaker presentations from the top industry experts, social networking and access to best practice articles, white papers and webinars.
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