VIC|TAS State Meeting - Making 2017 a Benchmark Year

  • 20 Feb 2017
  • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  • Bayview on the Park, 52 Queens Road, Melbourne


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Making 2017 a Benchmark Year with Stefan Kazakis

Join us for our first State event of 2017 when Stefan Kazakis presents "Making 2017 a Benchmark Year".

Stefan has earnt the reputation of being ‘the guy you call when you need to think BIG(ger)’. He will have you thinking both in the short and long term about your personal goals which are served by achieving your professional / business goals. He will both inspire and motivate you into action and share why being rich is way better than being popular.

  • Execution is where rubber hits the road
  • Accountability is the foundation of progress
  • You don’t need a home run, you just need progress

About Stefan Kazakis

Stefan is the founding Principal of Business Benchmark Group and has spent more than two decades at the forefront of business and enterprise. With over 25 years of business owner experience across multiple industries, Stefan Kazakis has earned a reputation as a leading business strategist for small business owners, many of whom he has coached to extreme profit growth, award-winning success and a greater quality of life. Stefan is a regular contributor to national publications such as Sydney Morning Herald, The Age and BRW. He has worked with SME’s looking for tangible strategies for growth up to industry leaders such as Telstra, Westfield and the NAB and everyone in-between.

Also happening on the night will be:

"Town Hall" Session:
There will be a short session on where we will discuss the future of PSA in 2017, what the new rules for 2018 will mean for our members and gather YOUR THOUGHTS on the topics and events we want to run this year.

Pro Tips Session:
Each meeting we will have 3 minute tips that have made members successful as speakers.

PLEASE NOTE: There will be no formal meeting in March as it is the week before the PSA Convention on the Gold Coast