Paul Martin is a well-respected advocate for business in Saskatchewan. His distinguished career as a business journalist and media expert has tirelessly promoted Saskatchewan’s business community to advance the province as a key source of some of the world’s most sought-after resources. As principal of a successful marketing and public relations consultancy, he infuses his TEC groups with his own hard-won experience and expertise as an entrepreneur. The TEC members in Paul’s groups, who are all successful business leaders in their own right, are an integral part of the TEC community whose cumulative corporate wealth represents more than $50 billion in assets and who employ more than 100,000 Canadians.
We applaud Paul for this recent accomplishment – as well as his ongoing commitment and dedication to advancing the goals of his members and their companies!
Saskatchewan Economic Development Alliance (SEDA) is Saskatchewan’s leading non-governmental organization with a focus on community and economic development, community regeneration, and resilience. Established in 1983, SEDA offers and supports a range of programs and services activities including research, consultancy, training, events, and specific programs supporting community development. SEDA is a social enterprise and relies on revenue generated from membership; program and service delivery; training and event hosting. SEDA works with the private; non-governmental and public sectors, across the province and beyond. To learn more about this year’s Saskatchewan Economic Development Awards of Excellence award recipients, click here.