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Nima is a BBC World presenter and respected middle eastern journalist based in Dubai.
TV/radio/online journalist, producer, presenter, writer, motivational speaker, business and ideas person who really understands, and can communicate with a sense of humour, the world of social media and digital communications.
Financial adviser and media pundit. Emmanuel is recognised for providing his expertise on Channel 4 Save Well Spend Better, BBC1 programme’s Your Money, Your Life, Watchdog, Morning Live and Rip Off Britain, alongside ITV’s This Morning.
Ed Balls was UK Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer and served in the UK Cabinet as Secretary for Children, Schools and Families. He was the UK Minister for Financial Services and the Chief Economic Adviser to the UK Treasury during which time he was Chair of the IMFC Deputies and UK G20 Deputy. While Shadow Chancellor he was co-Chair with Larry Summers of the Centre for American Progress Inclusive Prosperity Commission. Appeared on "Strictly".
Author of The Dark Net and Radicals and Director of the Centre for the analysis of social media ,Jamie speaks expertly on important topics such as cyber security, internet cultures and surveillance technology.
An ambassador for social awareness, Munroe utilities the power of social media, television and film to inspire and educate others on race, diversity, gender and LGBTQ+ topics. Most recently was appointed an UN Women UK Changemaker.
Broke the now legendary Watergate story, with fellow journalist Bob Woodward, which led to the resignation of President Nixon. A keynote speaker on American political/media culture.
Former Home Secretary and a leading Blairite who, despite being blind from birth, was highly regarded as an effective reformer and parliamentarian
Conservative MP for Grantham and Stamford and author of 'Which Way's Up? The future for coalition Britain and how to get there'. Nick's themes for public speaking include the future of the coalition; modernising the tory brand; brics -an opportunity for Britain
Broadcaster and writer Edith Bowman has been working in TV and radio for over 20 years.
Melvyn Bragg, Baron Bragg, FRSL, FRTS (born 6 October 1939) is a British author and broadcaster best known for the London Weekend Television (LWT) arts programme The South Bank Show, which he wrote and produced for 30 years. He is also known for his many programmes on BBC Radio 4, including Start the Week, which he presented for ten years, In Our Time, and The Routes of English, a history of the English language.
Author and One Show contributor, not to mention former MP, actor and all round polymath. A hugely popular choice for corporate events such as after dinner speaking, awards hosting and more. Particularly good for international audiences.
Nick was the BBC's New York & United Nations correspondent. Before that he was posted in Washington, Delhi and Sydney. He was one of the BBC's most senior correspondents he's reported from the White House, the Kremlin, Downing Street, Afghanistan, the Korean Peninsula, Rwanda, the Middle East and the UN. Now based in Australia
CEO of WGSN, former Global Editorial Director of HuffPost Lifestyle and editor-in-chief of the news website The Huffington Post UK.
Former No 10 Spin Doctor for Tony Blair and prolific writer, having published his diaries and books on mental health. A regular contributor to the media, he has talked openly about his depression and the mental breakdown he suffered in his late twenties. Currently editor at large of The New European.