A native of Australia, Aaron began his journalistic career as a News reporter for Prime Television/Seven Network in both Sydney and Canberra. Here he gained invaluable experience in news reporting as well as developing his abilities as a live-on-air and on-set presenter and in 1998 was awarded the Australian National Press Club's award for Best Creative Story on Tourism. More recently, he was named the Daily Telegraph's Best Commentator of the Year 2009.
The experience he gained as a news reporter set the seal on his career as he travelled throughout Europe, Asia and the United States of America. In fact it has been his interest in foreign travel and ability to communicate with peoples from a wide mix of cultures and many different social backgrounds that has been the corner stone of his subsequent career.
Following on from his work in Australia Aaron was appointed European Bureau Chief in London for Paramount Picture's Real TV News. Here, he single-handedly increased the European story output to a height that had never before been achieved. He was required to travel far and wide throughout Europe, researching, writing, directing, producing and shooting on location a constant flow of high impact interest material.
BBC News24 and BBC World News presenter. Aaron, a native Australian, is a popular international conference and seminar host.
Former BBC Financial presenter (credits include 'Working Lunch', BBC Breakfast and 5 Live) who is a popular presenter and speaker at corporate events. As well as chairing, he can provide economic analysis/reviews of the economy.
Co-presenter on Breakfast on BBC1 in the mornings. She previously presented The World Today on BBC World. Newspaper credits include financial columns in the Observer and Evening Standard. Has hosted a range of conferences for us around the world, for leading companies and NGOs.
Nisha is a journalist with over two decades of experience at the BBC, on the Money Programme, Panorama and as a news anchor on BBC World News. A popular host, she is also an experienced speaker, talking about how to improve your presentation and networking skills, so to better engage with your colleagues and clients.
Stephen Sackur presents BBC Hardtalk which is broadcast on BBC News 24 and BBC World News. He is a former foreign correspondent who had postings in Washington, Brussels and the Middle East, having started his career in Eastern Europe. Has an encyclopaedic knowledge of world events and what makes the world go around.