The NTDA has announced the CEO of Marsh Commercial, and internationally renowned motivational speaker and author, Anthony C. Gruppo as the opening keynote presenter at its 7th Tyre Industry Conference to be held at the ICC in Birmingham on Thursday 7th October, which this year is sponsored by GB Tyre UK Ltd in association with Linglong Tyres.
As CEO of Marsh Commercial, Anthony now has responsibility for leading over 2,500 colleagues based in over 50 branches throughout the U.K.
Prior to joining Marsh Commercial, Anthony was the CEO of the Northeast region for Marsh & McLennan Agency, and led companies in the Southwest, Southeast and West Coast of the US. In his current role, Anthony is responsible for leading all employees, divisions, and operations. He has over thirty years of experience driving profitable organic growth.
In his numerous popular publications, he focuses on personal and organisational development. Anthony developed an effective proprietary strategic model ‘Six Degrees of Impact’ which he presents to international corporations. His model successfully helps colleagues and companies achieve and surpass their goals.
As the creator and host of his own podcast, The Roots of Leadership, Anthony provides a unique platform for his listeners to learn from his and other leaders’ innovations and motivations. Internationally, Anthony has successfully turned around under-performing operating companies into high achieving award winning enterprises. Anthony‘s mission is to: “help others weld their passion to their potential and to increase their performance.”
NTDA Chief Executive Stefan Hay said: “We are delighted to have such an acclaimed and popular speaker such as Anthony join the 2021 conference line-up. After the crisis the business community across the world has faced in dealing with the Covid-19 pandemic, I can think of no one better than him to address the issue of leadership and inspire people to get out there and be better, stronger and more successful in this ‘new world’ we are now living and operating in!”