The board of ANZACC Midwest is delighted to invite members and guests to the first installment in the 2019 My Story Series featuring our very own President and CEO, Daniel Thomas, during a special event on Thursday, April 11 — right here in TimeZoneOne's Chicago office.
Daniel will discuss his journey from growing up working in family hospitality ventures in Invercargill, New Zealand, his career journey with Air New Zealand, reversing Sky Tower's declining visitation trend in Auckland, to rejuvenating Chicago's John Hancock Center Observatory as its General Manager. All before leading a Global Marketing Agency's diversification into trade marketing, public relations and social media. As TimeZoneOne celebrates its 25th year, Daniel will offer business insights around innovation and how a company can maintain its competitive edge.
ANZAC-themed appetizers will be provided, along with a selection of hot and cold beverages.
Thursday, April 11, 2019
6:00pm to 8:00pm
410 North Michigan Avenue
Suite N 700
Chicago, IL 60601
Upon arrival, simply register with security and then ride the elevators up to Level 7.
Click here to secure your spot at this intimate event by Wednesday, April 10, 2019.
About Daniel Thomas
Daniel is an experienced brand and tourism strategist, with a long track record growing revenue for businesses across the US, Canada, Australia, and his native New Zealand. He is the President/CEO of TimeZoneOne, a global marketing agency with offices based in Chicago, Christchurch and Toronto. Daniel has called Chicago home for the past 12 years and holds key positions in the Chicago tourism and business community, including serving on the board/executive committee of The Magnificent Mile Association and previously the Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce. Daniel loves to learn by pushing boundaries, and firmly believes in business as a force for good.
About ANZACC Midwest
The Midwest chapter of the Australian New Zealand American Chamber of Commerce “ANZACC Midwest” is a nonprofit organization devoted to serving corporations, organizations and individuals interested in enhancing their relations and understanding of these three countries.
The primary objective of ANZACC Midwest is to create closer ties between Midwestern United States companies, organizations and individuals with their counterparts in Australia and New Zealand, specifically those interested in developing new markets, products and technologies.
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