Rolf Howard

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http://www.dynamicbusiness.com.au
Rolf Howard is the Managing Partner of Owen Hodge Lawyers, a specialist firm in the medium business and high net worth individual space. He is a creative and entrepreneurial thought leader, commencing mortgage broking and financial planning businesses in 2003. His focus is central to the needs of an array of individual and business clients, advising on strategic planning, organisational change and executive leadership. Rolf is a keen blogger and enjoying networking widely, both virtually and socially. Particularly in the Sydney business community, and is a former member of Sydney Business Masterminds, TEC (The Executive Connection) and adjunct lecturer at the Australian Graduate School of Management, University of New South Wales. Rolf is keenly involved in community service with Darling Street Anglican Church (Balmain) and Sydney Rotary.

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