TEC Canada CEO and Small Business Chair
Regina and Saskatoon, SK
“I try to approach every moment of life with the right state of mind, the right type of attitude. It’s the only way to hope to attain the right outcome.”
For more than three decades, Paul Martin has been a strong advocate for Saskatchewan business.
From a long and distinguished career as a business journalist and media expert, both locally and abroad, Paul has developed a unique perspective on the role of Saskatchewan in the global economy. A perspective he tirelessly brings to advancing Saskatchewan’s business community wherever and whenever he can, promoting the province as a key source of some of the world’s most sought-after resources.
Paul strives to bring together a diverse assembly of successful business leaders whose trust and respect for one another leads to frank conversations, unvarnished guidance and advice.
As a TEC Chair, Paul brings this same commitment and dedication to advancing the goals of his members and their companies. The success of regional business depends on recognizing areas with potential for growth. Paul is committed to helping his members realize growth opportunities and take their companies beyond what they initially thought possible.
As the principal of a successful marketing and public relations consultancy, he infuses his groups with his own hard-won experience and expertise as an entrepreneur. Paul’s members, 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.
TEC Group Vision
Paul creates group environments where the isolation of leadership is overcome through relationships of trust and where solace is found in the mutual respect and the wisdom of the group.
- Born and raised in Saskatchewan
- Business Commentator, Rawlco Radio (heard daily on 15 Saskatchewan radio stations)
- Former Board Chair of the Regina Regional Economic Development Authority
- Plays the piano and maintains a backyard garden and a 20-acre saskatoon berry orchard