Kelly Holmes victory in the Athens 800 and 1500 metres Olympic finals proved one thing that her fans always knew: she's one of the most talented middle distance runners Great Britain has ever had. Since retiring she has been a tireless supporter of London 2012 and is a popular motivational speaker.
Julie Holmes is a powerhouse speaker and the founder of Ambassador Selling. This American based in London is an award-winning speaker (audience selected) who has worked with audiences on five continents to sell way more to their very best customers.
The first disabled yachtsman to sail solo around Great Britain. Geoff Holt has faced adversity, challenged limits and inspires others to maintain a positive attitude no matter what the challenges ahead. He is passionate about creating opportunities for others.
Scientist, writer and presenter interested in the mind, consciousness, belief in the supernatural and brain development. He looks at how the brain works, how it relates to people's thought processes and approach to life; his most recent high profile project was a collaboration with Red Bull.
Jan is a former managing director of Citigroup Private Bank and was president of the Economic Club of New York from 2008-2015. She anchored CNN Financial News show "Street Sweep" from New York Stock Exchange and now has her own strategic communications and marketing company which specializes in deepening relationships with high - net - worth clients.
Designer, Entrepreneur and former Dragon's Den panelist. Interior design entrepreneur.
Sharon is an Anglo Irish, award winning comedienne, actor and writer. Starred in and co wrote sitcom Catastrophe with Rob Delaney, and wrote sitcom Divorce which featured Sarah Jessica Parker.
Can do stand up, and is renowned for his surreal style, however he also appears with his band The Horne Section with whom he performs on Radio 4 in the 6.30 comedy slot. They can do a full cabaret performance which is very funny and a bit different.
John Hoskison was a professional golfer whose world was shattered when he hit and killed a cyclist. He received a 3 year sentence, served in some of the toughest prisons. Now he teaches, plays on the PGA seniors tour but also talks about his career, prison and the extreme highs and lows of his life to help motivate and inspire others.
Nina is a presenter with ITV News, working across their network news programmes including the ITV Evening News.
Larry spent 10 years as a Director of British Airways and the loyalty management company, Air Miles, in both New York and London.
Actor and presenter with numerous credits including Argumental, Thank God You're Here and BBC's Sports Relief, performing as Cheryl Cole. A regular on Radio 4 comedy programmes and has also worked at the Science Museum creating and performing science presentations for kids.
Sexy house rhythms with live vocals, sax and violin have proved the perfect recipe for rocking parties and corporate gigs.
House of Angels
Morgan Housel is a Partner at The Collaborative Fund and former columnist for the Motley Fool and The Wall Street Journal. Also a multi award winning financial writer.
Popular comedian from Mock the Week and Michael McIntyre among others.
A speaker and magician who specializes in creative thinking and communication. His entertaining talks and workshops teach valuable skills to help delegates innovate, solve problems, think more creatively ‘like magicians’ and clearly communicate with their audiences.
Christian uses data to create stories to sell software. He now works on some of the biggest platforms on TV, turning social media and statistics into engaging content.
The hero of London 2012 Olympics, and master of track cycling, Sir Chris Hoy surpassed Sir Steve Redgrave as Britain's most successful Olympian after adding keirin gold to his team sprint success, giving him a total of six Olympic golds and a silver.
Andrea Hubert started out on the comedy circuit in late 2009, and within 20 gigs gained second place in a national competition. She’s since performed alongside some of the UK’s best comedians at prestigious comedy clubs all over the UK.
Alan Hudson is a comedy magician. He has been seen on shows such as ITV’s "The Next Great Magician" and "Penn & Teller: Fool Us".
For 10 years he was the Director of Live Events for the British Government. He had access to the very heart of power and first hand insights into the centre of the Whitehall. With a wealth of anecdotes and insights, Simon provides a fascinating look into a world very few people get to see, let alone begin to understand.
As a former fighter pilot and Executive Officer of the Red Arrows, Justin Hughes is no stranger to high performance in the most demanding of environments. And after a further 15 years as a consultant on building high-performance cultures, he is uniquely placed to both inspire and offer practical insights into the drivers of excellence.
Professor Damian Hughes is an international speaker and bestselling author who combines his practical and academic background within sport, organisational development and change psychology, to help organisations and teams to create a high performing culture.
Simon Hughes is known throughout cricket as The Analyst for his unique work on TV, radio and in newspapers explaining the game. He earned the name during Channel Four’s groundbreaking coverage of cricket 1999-2005 and won various awards for this role including Baftas and Royal Television Society Accolades.
Simon Hughes - Cricket's The Analyst
Versatile presenter best known from the BBC's Springwatch and numerous wildlife programmes.
Leading marketing analyst, with a blue chip client list, Clive is a specialist in customer retention and was the chief architect of Tesco's Clubcard and segmentation programme.
The face of BT Sport having previously presented F1 for the BBC. Very experienced.
Inspirational team leader and world-class British yachtsman, despite only being in his thirties, Conrad has already had a lifetime of adventure and achievement. He draws on his experiences to motivate, inspire and instill leadership and self-belief.
Alastair Humphreys is one of National Geographic’s Adventurers of the Year, an accomplished speaker and a best-selling author. Alastair’s expeditions are deliberately varied but all are a call to arms that nothing is achieved without being bold enough to begin.
John presents the Radio 4 Today Programme, On the Ropes on Radio 4 and Mastermind on BBC 1. A popular addition to corporate events, he is regularly asked to chair events, host awards and speak after dinner. Always happy to take questions from the audience, so your chance to interrogate the great interrogator!
Gloria Hunniford was born in Northern Ireland and was the first woman to have her own daily radio show on BBC Radio 2 and has presented numerous chat shows on TV.
Alex Hunter launched the Virgin America brand and was global Head of Online Marketing. Now an angel investor and company incubator, he has insight into the future of technology as well as brand experience and customer service.
Reginald D Hunter has become an established headline stand up comedian. His powerful, straight-talking approach, coupled with his unique brand of social commentary has won him awards, acclaim and a fast-growing reputation.
Reginald D Hunter
Silver medallist at the London 2012 Olympics in a dramatic lightweight double sculls finals with Zac Purchase, when Denmark just pipped them to gold.
A regular contributor to television and radio news and current affairs programmes, Chris illustrates a gruelling journey of bravery, strength, leadership and skill where every decision made during his time in Iraq could have been his last.
Brilliant jazz pianist and singer who can perform on her own or with a bigger group. A regular at top London venues such as Ronnie Scott's and the 606.
Best known for Blue Peter, for whom she was one of the longest serving presenters. A Cambridge economics graduate who has presented numerous programmes across the networks. Recently published her first book, which is aimed at getting kids – girls in particular – into STEM subjects.
Popular comedian and comedy club owner, best known for They Think It's All Over. A popular choice on the corporate circuit.
Sir Geoff Hurst MBE. Best known for his hat trick in the 1966 World Cup final. A successful business career followed and he was knighted in 1999 - a popular after dinner speaker
Radio 4 Today programme presenter, formerly on BBC World. A long term friend of the company, who published her first book “The Rules” last year. It intends to "inspire, motivate, champion and encourage all women to reach their potential, at work or in life" by focusing on "the practical skills that make a difference.
Since his retirement Nasser has joined Sky Sports for whom he works at home and abroad, giving his expert views during England Tests, One-Days and domestic cricket matches.
Was President of the Royal Institute of British Architects from 1989 to 1991. He is an architect, writer and regular radio and television broadcaster. Very good at speaking to a specific brief.
CEO of the Work Foundation and former economics journalist.
Two outstanding tenors who, together, perform for corporate events as Il Davos. Their renditions include some of the best-known opera and classical pieces, as well as popular show tunes.
Having held positions at Goldman Sachs, HP and Deutsche Bank she founded STEMettes, an award winning social initiatives to inspire and promote young women in STEM
Presents the Infinite Monkey Cage on Radio 4 alongside Prof. Brian Cox. Robin is also a superb comedian.
John has presented Five Live's coverage of many major sporting events including Wimbledon, the Olympic Games, World Cups (both football and rugby)and the Ryder Cup.
Best known as an agony aunt and columnist, Virginia is a very entertaining and humorous public speaker. She can talk, with humour, on the subject of growing old and what fun it is, but she can also give a laughter and tears history of the problem page, in her own inimitable style.
One of Britain’s foremost and highly regarded television presenters and sports broadcasters. From the Olympics, to Golf to Snooker to BBC news. Could do a speech on women in broadcasting/media drawing on her own experiences and career which has resulted in position as one of the BBC’s senior sports anchors.
A comedian popular on the corporate circuit for dinners and golf days. Originally seen on New Faces, he has supported the likes of Jim Davidson, Bradley Walsh and Elkie Brooks.
Romanian stand up comedian who has successfully made the transition into English speaking comedy.
Young entrepreneur and CEO of his own company 'The World at Your Feet,' author and global motivational speaker. He is also the creator of the 'Teen-Trepreneur' Board Game and the Success Kit trilogy of books and DVDs.
Renowned comedian and actor who is starting to take on a few select events.
BBC Business editor who was the Business and Economics Presenter on Radio 4's Today Programme for many years
General Sir Mike Jackson is a former head of the British Army. Combines a powerful talk on leadership and man management with humour and a look at the lighter side of military life.
In spite of retiring in 2003, Colin Jackson still holds the world record for the indoor 60m hurdles, He held the outdoor 110m hurdles (12.91 seconds set in the final of the 1993 World Championships) until it was finally bettered by Liu Xiang in 2006.
A popular TV presenter who is currently on Sky Sports News. She has presented football, the Euro Pro Golf Tour, hosted the Beijing Olympics and the Champions League for Al Jazeera Sport. She was also on ITV1's Saturday night show Splash!
Fellow of the Pensions Management Institute, Stanley’s first career was in financial services, specialising in executive pension scheme. After 25 years he made the inevitable leap into show business(!), and has spent the last 25 years as a celebrity booker, chronicled in his acclaimed book, "Get Me A Celebrity!"
Ed Jackson’s professional rugby career spanned ten years. He played for Bath, Wasps, London Welsh and the Gwent Dragons before suffering a spinal cord injury In April 2017, which left him paralysed. Since then, he has been undergoing intensive rehabilitation and has defied the odds after being told he may never walk again.
In 2019 Hannah completed the selection process for SAS-Who-Dares Wins. Surviving in arctic conditions in the Chilean Andes, Hannah was the first intake which included female recruits and was one of the only 2 females to complete the course. An inspirational speaker.