SME Association of Australia appoints National Membership Manager

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The SME Association of Australia has this week appointed Todd Atkins to the newly created position of National Membership Manager.

Atkins has joined the SMEAA to drive the growth and uptake of SMEAA membership and to further improve membership services and benefits. Atkins holds a Bachelor of Management, has vast experience in the Not-For-Profit, Corporate and SME sectors, and is passionate about the growth and success of SMEs and will provide further value to the SMEAA.

“Todd’s appointment to position National Membership Manager will help improve SMEAA membership services and provide members with more access to resources, services and assistance,” SMEAA CEO Caroline Hong says. “Todd is committed to making the SMEAA the leading voice of SMEs nationally."

“I am excited about being a part of the SME Association of Australia and working hard to help support, connect and ensure the success of SME’s within Australia,” Atkins adds.ToddAtkinsLG

“I will be working hard to promote the SMEAA to the whole of Australia and ensure we are providing members with the resources, representation and support they deserve to prosper and be successful. After all, SMEs represent 99.7 per cent of all business in Australia and are an extremely important driver of our economy and need to be represented and supported wherever possible.”

Existing SMEAA members with membership and/or services enquiries can email Atkins at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . If you’re not an SMEAA member, click here to find out the benefits of joining the SME Association of Australia now. My Business is the official publication of the SMEAA.

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