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    Kevin Sheedy will host the next The Western Region Business Club on Wednesday 25 March. Now in it’s ninth year, this popular initiative of accounting and advisory firm Collins & Co is aimed at business people and professionals not only in Melbourne’s West but the broader metropolitan region.

    The event itself provides the opportunity to hear guest speakers who are leaders within the community discuss success, new ideas and current topics while providing a forum for networking.

    “Sheeds” is one of Australia’s best known and enduring sporting figures. As a player and coach of over five decades, Kevin has an unsurpassed record of involvement in 1000 games and eight premierships. In 2008 he received a number of accolades. He has been inducted in to the Australian Football League’s Hall of Fame, made a Legend of the Essendon Football Club and nominated as The Australian Thinker of the Year.

    As a player, coach and ambassador, Kevin Sheedy AO has had one of the most successful careers in Australian sporting history.

    But there is more to Kevin Sheedy than football. He is a marketer, a thinker, an innovator, the holder of awards for community service and an inspirational speaker, capable of talking about subjects way beyond the boundaries of sport.

    Kevin Sheedy is a colourful and enthusiastic motivational speaker who focuses on positive and lateral thinking, empowerment, workplace leadership and team-building

    Collins & Co have had a presence in the West since 1954. They pride themselves on servicing business’ of all sizes. They are a great resource if you or your business needs assistance in Taxation, Accounting or Audit. Business Valuations are a specialty. Collins & Co are proud to sponsor this event in conjunction with Berry Family Law.

    When Wednesday 25 March 2020 at 6:00pm
    Where: Barkers Cafe – Whitten Oval, 417 Barkly Street, Footscray

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