In this episode Ken and Russell talk to Canadian Armed Forces Veteran and Managing Partner of URGEO Martin Hunter. The boy's conversation covers Martin's career, his business ethos, both the highs and lows of Martin's journey as a leader, as well as a number of golden nuggets of advice from Martin for business owners and leaders that you won't want to miss. As Martin says to his clients 'Grow revenue, reduce costs, and free up time for you and your leadership teams with URGEO’s Operational Excellence systems'
Martin spent 10 years in the Canadian Armed Forces and has been Managing Partner at URGEO for the last 12 years. URGEO supports entrepreneurs and business leaders by helping them build a company that thrives on operational excellence. Martin is a strategic communicator who has effectively impacted multiple organizations at varying levels of maturity and industry worldwide. With over 25 years of combined entrepreneurial, operational, and corporate experience, Martin is known for his problem-solving abilities and relentless determination. Martin is also the host of the ‘What CEO’s talk about” podcast.
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