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TIMOTHY LAKEMAN is passionate about business owners THRIVING not striving – strategically; financially; and operationally.  Timothy’s passion for business stems from having observed his entrepreneurial father in many failed businesses over a number of decades.  This fuelled his commitment to ensure all business owners that he works with have a thriving business.

Timothy Lakeman has 20 years’ experience working with small to medium sized businesses in the capacity of a senior executive and also as a business owner himself.  He has worked throughout Australia, Asia, Middle East and India, and in a variety of industries including Media, Construction and Technology.  Timothy is able to draw on his international experiences from a cultural and diversification perspective to drive change in any business to maximise its profit potential and to create a valuable saleable asset into the future.

Timothy utilises the practicality of an in-depth financial understanding from being an experienced Chartered Accountant with the academic theories of his Master of Business Administration to partner with business owners to implement and take their businesses to the next level.

Timothy loves being a Judge and Mentor as part of the RMIT University Business Plan competition as it allows him to meet and assist the business owners of the future leaving a legacy of Thriving.  He also publishes a Business and Entrepreneurial blog discussing the issues relevant to business owners.

Book in for a 2 hour free no obligation discovery session with Timothy to take your business to the next level!


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