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Paul Clitheroe is a founding director of financial planning firm ipac, Chairman of the Australian Government Financial Literacy Board and chief commentator for Money Magazine.
Paul Clitheroe is a founding director of financial planning firm ipac, Chairman of the Australian Government Financial Literacy Board and chief commentator for Money Magazine.

ONE of Australia's most influential business people, Paul Clitheroe, is back in Coffs Harbour this November by popular demand.

Paul will be the special guest at the ETC BusinessLeaders Lunch on Tuesday 14 November.

The event will be held in association with ANZ who is thrilled to have Paul as guest speaker. He previously addressed a BusinessLeaders function in 2013 and was hailed as one of the most popular presenters.

His November presentation will focus on the Future of the Australian Economy, with a particular emphasis on challenges and opportunities for small business.

Paul is regarded as the leading expert in his field and has given keynote presentations at hundreds of conferences and seminars in Australia, New Zealand, America and Europe.

He hosts Talking Money on the Australian National Radio Network and hosted Channel Nine's Money from 1993-2002.

Client testimonials from retailers, service business operators and corporates regard Paul as one of the best presenters on the topic of business:

"Paul was fantastic. I really mean that. Would recommend him to anyone. I have received emails from clients raving about how great he was and thanking us for inviting them" - Corporate Traveller.

"He was exactly the right speed for the audience. A good mix of down to earth and sophistication. Related himself well to the audience. The feedback I had was that he was the best speaker most had seen" - Fuji Xerox.

"Both the retailers and the Lend Lease Group found his speech fascinating, not just from a business point of view, but also a personal point of view" - Lend Lease.

BusinessLeaders Lunch with Paul Clitheroe

Novotel Pacific Bay Resort

Tuesday, November 14 - noon to 2pm - Tickets $60 plus GST

To book visit etcltd.com.au or call 6648 5400.

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