Former face of Five News and BBC Breakfast. A popular presenter equally at home at corporate events.
Influential macroeconomist, financial sector expert, development practitioner and international think tank blogger. Ex-investment banker and former adviser to the European Commission and Parliament, IMF and OECD
Russian pro-democracy leader, global human-rights activist, business speaker and author, and former world chess champion. A champion of technology
Vernon Kay - Popular prime time ITV presenter.
Within a year of launching himself onto stand up circuit, Kay won the 1997 Channel 4 'So You Think You're Funny?' competition. From there his rise to the top was rapid. Along the way there were Perrier nominations, the Big Breakfast, The Peter Kay Thing, sell out tours, British Comedy Awards and, his best work to date, Phoenix Nights.
Anchor for BBC World News America in Washington. Author of The Confidence Code and Womenomics. Katty has interviewed prominant politicians and world leaders including Christine Lagarde.
Award winning comedian, formerly a junior doctor, whose book This Is Going To Hurt is a best seller. Passionate and hugely knowledgeable about his subject matter, whilst unfailingly funny.
Corporate entertainer, magician and mind reader, Ian has been entertaining audiences for over 20 years with his humourous presentations.
Best-known as a journalist specialising in TV columns and celebrity interviews. He has been published in everything from The Sun to The Daily Telegraph, The Mirror's Celeb Magazine to TV Choice. His claim to fame is spotting the potential of Oprah Winfrey in the UK market, leading to a very memorable encounter!
New presenter on the Radio 4 Today programme who moved from the World at One.
Legendary footballer and England international, arguably the best player/manager of his generation. Kevin managed Newcastle, Fulham and England and is keynote speeches are always very well received including insights into teamwork, leadership and man management. He even speaks German following his stints in the country when he won European Footballer of the year.
Founder of Tribewanted, a company which builds crowd-funded sustainable communities, made famous by the Fijian island venture on Vorovoro and now also in Sierra Leone. Ben is also an author, speaker and social entrepreneur.
Associate Editor and management columnist of the FT, she has poked fun at management fads and jargon and celebrated the ups and downs of office life for the past 15 years in her weekly Monday column.
The face of BBC Click â€“ the technology section on News 24
Katherine Kelly - Popular actress best known as Becky Granger in Coronation Street.
Founder and CEO of Pavegen Systems, an innovative clean technology company. Passionate about entrepreneurship and technology, he is a regular speaker at global events.
From playing Grant Mitchell in Eastenders, Ross has gone on to become a successful documentary maker with award-winning series on Afghanistan and Gangs. Also a writer of novels and active supporter of service charities including Help for Heroes.
Actor and musician, best known as a founder member of Spandau Ballet and hard man Steve owen in EastEnders.
Film critic, TV and radio presenter, writer, and musician, Mark is a popular awards host and commentator on popular culture
Successful chef and pub owner who came to prominence through Masterchef the Professionals. Now the face of food programming on BBC.
Global adventurer who overcame serious road accident injuries to climb Everest and cycle round the world. Motivational and inspirational.
Former Sky Sports presenter who moved to Talksport before working in Qatar with fellow ex-Sky Sports Presenter Andy Gray
Young soprano from Northern Ireland who has performed with some of the top names like Andrea Bocelli and Aretha Franklin, and for Prince Charles and Pope Francis.
Iranian-born comedienne and actress who first hit the UK comedy scene in 2006. Now a Comedy Store regular and with radio and TV appearances galore, Shappi's unique style, charm and razor sharp wit make her one of the top female comedians today. Was in the Jungle at the end of last year on "I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here" on ITV!
Supermodel, actress, petrol head and polo player. Her modelling career began when she was discovered at 15. A love of cars and speed has led her to compete in races. Co-host of The Classic Car Show.
Established comedian and presenter from Northern Ireland who is married to Cat Deeley.
Founder and CEO of the MOBO Organisation, Kanya is also recognised as a superb keynote speaker, an internationally recognised entrepreneur and innovator in the British music industry.
Kirsty was a key member of the Ground Force team, and started as the horticultural researcher on the show before becoming a main presenter.
Former CEO of Sainsburys, his background includes M&S, Asda, Haagen Dazs, Pepsi, and Mars. Now working as a consultant with Guy Hands venture capital business Terra Firma.
Scottish TV presenter best known as the LA Correspondent for ITV's Lorraine and Good Morning Britain.
Is a member of the House of Lords and was head of Diversity at Channel 4 before taking a role at YouTube. She was Senior Policy Advisor to the Prime Minister on Equalities and Diversity and was the elected MP for Bethnal Green & Bow. She is a broadcaster, writer and political campaigner.
Lead business presenter on Sky. A former analyst at HSBC, Ian entered journalism with the Daily Telegraph and has worked at The Guardian, Mail on Sunday and was Business and City Editor at The Times where he was named Business Journalist of the Year.
Musician, TV & radio presenter, designer, model and singer, Myleene has presented primetime TV and radio shows, released three hit classical albums, designed her own range of baby clothes and fronted some of the UK's highest profile advertising campaigns.
Iconic American designer and business visionary. His passion for creating a modern American style, combined with his innate business acumen, fueled the growth behind one of the worldâ€™s most recognisable brands.
Popular gardening presenter on programmes such as Gardener's World, Grow Your Own Veg. She was born in Salford and grew up there.
Jacky Klein is an art historian, author and broadcaster. She co-presented ‘Britain’s Lost Masterpieces’ for BBC4 with Bendor Grosvenor in 2016, travelling the UK to discover some of the greatest lost paintings in our national collections.
A leading technology journalist and presenter with a real passion for all things tech and over ten years of broadcasting experience. Regular presenter of OS, a 2 hour live global current affairs radio programme on the BBC World Service.
Popular presenter, best known for DIY SOS and the Lottery draws.
Sir Robin Knox-Johnston - Achieved the first non stop solo circumnavigation of the globe. Inspiring motivational speaker.
Russian comedian who studied computer science in the States. Reflects on being a woman with traditionally male orientated interests such as STEM subjects and comedy.
Ardi Kolah is Executive Fellow and Director of the GDPR Transition Programme at Henley Business School and the founder of GO DPO®, which is the strategic partner for many multi-national clients in the area of GDPR compliance.
Marc invented the K1 disposable syringe, as a reaction to the spread of HIV via the re-use of needles, especially in the developing world. This invention has saved millions of lives. He also founded SafePoint, to promote awareness of the dangers of unsafe injections, and received the OBE for his contribution to global healthcare.
Marc Koska OBE
Roman has been named by The Observer as one of Britain’s leading popular philosophers. His writings have been widely influential amongst political and ecological campaigners, education reformers, social entrepreneurs and designers. An acclaimed public speaker, his talks and workshops have taken him from a London prison to Google’s headquarters in California.
Nish Kumar - Presents critically acclaimed The Mash Report on BBC. Great comedian and stand up.
American inventor, IT guru, entrepreneur, author and futurist with fans including Bill Gates and Bill Clinton. He is widely regarded as one of the leading inventors of our time with a host of computer application developments including the first reading machine for the blind.
James is Emerging Markets Editor at the Financial Times, the main focus of which is in several areas: economic growth and development trends in emerging markets, connections between emerging markets (particularly China and the outside world), EM demographic themes and social trends.
Explorer, model & entrepreneur who, with husband Tarka, was one of the first people to walk 3,000 miles along the Great Wall of China. She has cycled across Ethiopia and braved the Southern Patagonian Ice Cap.
Wine expert and presenter who also hosts wine courses.
Lady V is a saxophonist with a unique talent that has taken her around the world from the UK to Australia and all points in-between.
Founder and Director of Lalcap Ltd, a London based consultancy specialising in business with India. A stockbroker and accountant who is passionate about UK-India investments ties. An authority on India's economy.
Deepak Lalwani OBE
Her experience as an estate agent and model helped her become presenter of 'A Place in the Sun''. Ideal for lifestyle events.
Jake Lambert fell into a career as a stand up, after gaining a following on Twitter under the pseudonym @LittleLostLad he decided to put down his iPhone and pick up a microphone. It has proven to be a great choice with him making it to the final of many, many stand up competitions!
Amy has a long and successful track record as a leader and collaborator in the cultural and creative industries. She is co-founder of the Olivier Award-winning arts company and club night Duckie, and co-founded RVT Future, a voluntary LGBT+ community group campaigning to preserve the iconic Royal Vauxhall Tavern. She served as Mayoress of Camden in 2010/11 and spent her year highlighting the history and culture of live music and nightlife in the borough. Amy is a familiar presence on TV, in print and on radio. She broadcasted for a decade on BBC Radio London, and now hosts Sunday afternoons on BBC6 Music. She was appointed by mayor Sadiq Khan as London's first 'Night Czar' in November 2016.
Angela is a very bright and personable presenter who is a specialist in IT and worked for IBM and British Gas before becoming a science presenter for the BBC. Popular corporate host.
Former Chancellor of the Exchequer on Black Wednesday whose staff included David Cameron. Now in the Lords, Lord Lamont is still a regular contributor to economic debates and a sought after commentator.
Kirsty Lang is a highly experienced interviewer, presenter and moderator with 30 years in journalism, both as a foreign correspondent and a TV news anchor for BBC World and Channel 4 News.
Star of Made in Chelsea, who also set up and runs a successful confectionary firm, Candy Kittens
Highly successful entrepreneur and adventurer who started life in the military where he trained as a Royal Marine Commando before being selected for the SAS. He has led teams to the summits of the highest mountains on 7 continents; walked across South Georgia in Antarctica and piloted the world's first flying car to Timbuktu.
6 Music host and popular arts and culture presenter.
Presenter, facilitator and host, Adrienne brings her skills as a journalist and sparkling TV personality to the world of conferences and live events.