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Camille Morin

Camille Morin

Small Business Program

Biography

Camille Morin has over 19 years' of experience both as a CEO and COO responsible for the development of five domestically and internationally recognised start-up ventures. His passion is to invest his knowledge and skills in what matters for continuous improvement and growth with his peers.

Extensive experience in both the healthcare and professional services sectors as a senior executive and industry leader across a broad range of industry sectors covering all aspects of a national and multinational commercial enterprise.

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Achieve the benefits of executive coaching. The TEC Chief Executive Program is designed to help you make more effective decisions that lead to powerful results. At the core, a confidential advisory group of peers helps you focus on what’s most critical. Led by an accomplished business leader, this unbiased group will help you solve problems and uncover opportunities. Take your business to the next level by connecting to thought leaders and 23,000 members across the globe. Find out more
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