A successful conference calls for a competent charasmatic host who makes facilitation look easy. Here are a few examples from a wide range available to us who we are happy to recommend.
Kaye anchored the ITV daytime talk show Loose Women for 7 years, where her journalistic training, incisiveness, and humour combine with the rest of the female panel to create a popular and engaging mix of topical issues and entertainment.
Sameena is the friendly ITV Central newsreader with the big smile who loves hosting events. She has won the "RTS Best On Screen Personality" three times and is an ambassador for Breast Cancer Research.
Main presenter for BBC World News’ flagship news and discussion programme Global. He joined the international news channel in 2014 after being a lead presenter on the BBC’s UK rolling news network for 16 years.
Experienced TV current affairs presenter on BBC World News Today. Previously presented Channel 4 News and The World Tonight on Radio 4.
Matt Barbet is a news broadcaster and journalist. He presented 5 News Tonight on Channel 5 for a decade. Matt has also previously presented Breakfast, BBC London News (BBC 1), The Cycle Show (ITV 4), The Wright Stuff, The 5 O'Clock Show (Channel 5) and News Hour (Daybreak). A popular conference presenter and awards host.
Journalist and broadcaster. Hosts BBC 5Live's morning programme 5Live Daily. She co-hosts The Pledge on Sky News and is the youngest presenter on Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour.She has recently joined Newsnight as one of their three main presenters.
Tech journalist and television presenter, best known as a presenter on The Gadget Show, Channel 5
Business presenter on BBC World and News24. Former Russian correspondent and an experienced conference chair and facilitator.
Tanya is an experienced business journalist, anchor-woman and reporter. She presented the BBC World News Today: Business Edition and the business section on Radio 4 Today programme. An Oxford graduate, Tanya spent 3 years broadcasting from New York for the BBC.
Self styled Historian of the Future. Happy to write a specific speech to a brief such as future trends in a specific market; issues that are likely to affect certain sectors etc.
Award winning CNN journalist who has interviewed key international figures from Mikhail Gorbachev to Alan Greenspan. His wide ranging international business experience and engaging style make him a top speaker and moderator.
Sanchia Berg is a senior BBC reporter/correspondent on Radio 4's Today Programme and on BBC2's Newsnight, specialising in Education and Social Affairs
One of the best-known faces on television in Scotland, presenting the BBC's Reporting Scotland and a regular on their election and Hogmanay coverage.
Former BBC journalist and Communications Director at the Bank of England, Nils Blythe has extensive experience as a keynote speaker and conference chairman.
Rob Bonnet presents sports on a variety of BBC programmes across radio and TV the including Radio 4 Today Programme, main evening news on One and BBC World News. Away from the studio he is a popular choice for corporate events.
Susan is a media trainer, having been a broadcast journalist for over 20 years. She presented the early morning business show on LBC radio having previously worked for the BBC, Sky and ITV.
Benet Brandreth QC is an expert on persuasion - the power of language to move, to delight and to teach. An accomplished performer, his workshops and keynotes on putting that power in your hands are as entertaining as they are educational.
Seán Brickell is a full time corporate host and presenter. Author of ‘Don’t Shoot, I’m not Well! Confidence for when you really need it’, he applies tried and tested practical and psychological techniques (used in war zones, undercover work and successful businesses) to transform confidence, communication and personal impact skills to make a profitable difference to individuals and businesses.
Popular VoG best known as the voice of Siri and The Weakest Link. Also an experienced interviewer, presenter and conference host.
Fiona is a regular presenter of the BBC Ten o'clock news, which she has done since 2003, before which she hosted the 6 O’Clock news. She also presents Antiques Roadshow and Fake or Fortune.
Veteran BBC journalist and broadcaster, who presents programmes for the corporation, and is a popular chairman/interviewer/facilitator for corporate events.
Award winning financial journalist who has been covering financial and economic news for almost 20 years. Presents World Business Report on the BBC, and a high profile advocate of flexible working – she is actually part time at the BBC having had a family.
Lisa graduated with a first class Masters degree (MSci) in Natural Sciences from Cambridge in 1999. She specialised in chemistry but also studied mathematics, physics and geology. She gave up the opportunity to start a PhD in 2000 to work at Sky News, where she says the job of weather presenter suits her personality and science background.
Julia is a BBC News 24 business presenter and regularly presents the Business News on BBC Breakfast. She was previously European Business Reporter on World Business Report for BBC World.
Bloomberg anchor who started out at ITN and then hosted Bloomberg's business and politics programme. She has interviewed many international political figures and covered major news stories.
BBC News presenter and correspondent whose extensive career began as a radio reporter and producer. Now a regular on the One O'Clock News.
Former CNN International Correspondent who is comfortable chairing conferences and speaking on world issues
Sara is a freelance broadcaster who works with the BBC on a variety of business programmes including BBC's World's World Business Report.
Graeme Codrington is an expert on the future of work and the disruptive forces that are shaping it. As an author and researcher, his insights and analysis are sought after by business schools and CEOs around the world, with five degrees, four best selling books and a full-time research team at his company, TomorrowToday.
Former senior anchorman and correspondent at Al Jazeera International for Britain, Europe and Russia, with over 20 years experience on camera.
BBC Legal Editor and Law in Action presenter who is also a comedy writer! Can speak seriously about Brexit, but equally comfortable with a witty anecdotal speech.
An award winning reporter and presenter with almost 25 year's experience at the BBC which has taken him from dangerous war zones to the backstage dressing rooms of some of the world's biggest music stars.
Paul Connolly is an investigative broadcast journalist, television presenter and documentary maker. Specialising in covert filming and undercover work. His new series "Undercover: Nailing The Fraudsters" started in February 2018 on Channel 5.
A highly experienced broadcaster who has presented TV and radio programmes including You and Yours, Making History, Nationwide, Breakfast Time and Crimewatch.
BBC World Service presenter who has had extensive experience reporting across the world. Speaks Russian.
Former Newsround presenter who is now a regular on BBC News 24.
Presented Channel Five News at 5pm and the channel's news and current affairs programmes. She previously co-anchored GMTV, the breakfast news show.
A lively and engaging science broadcaster, journalist and astrophysicist who also specialises in the weather and environment, science in the developing world, China science and technology, and maths and science education.
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.
Originally called to the bar, Graham has forged a great reputation as a corporate presenter, facilitator and speaker. Has provided media and presentation training to most of the Cabinet.
Award-winning journalist and broadcaster, she presents her own news and current affairs show every weekday morning on BBC Radio Five Live. She is also a regular in the One Show and Watchdog.
Popular TV presenter, originally on ITN, who now presents the BBC Proms and various programmes on Radio 2 and 3.
Navdip Dhariwal has recently returned from Delhi where she was the BBC's South Asia correspondent. She covered the region from India, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Nepal and Bangladesh and reported stories such as the tsunami in Sri Lanka and the Kashmir dispute. She has additionally reported on India's expanding economy, the Nepalese coup and the surprise result of the Indian election in 2004.
Jonathan Dimbleby has a long distinguished career as a TV and radio broadcaster and writer. He has chaired 'Any Questions' since 1987 and presented series including 'First Tuesday' and 'One the Record' as well as being the anchor for General Election coverage.
Peter Dobbie is a News Presenter on BBC World, the BBC's international news channel which has a reach of 280 million people. He also presents Have Your Say, which is broadcast live, at the same time, on 3 different platforms: BBC World, BBC World Service Radio and on BBC News Online.
Senior Presenter and Correspondent for BBC World News TV and BBC World Service radio who is often deployed to anchor special news coverage from the field and interview world leaders. The Middle East is her speciality, having given a number of speeches in recent times on the Arab Spring, the rise of IS/Daesh and its aftermath.
popular Irish TV presenter with numerous credits to his name including Tomorrow's World and the Holiday Programme and ITV rugby shows; excellent corporate host
Popular and versatile presenter with various TV credits. Always goes down well at corporate events.
Former foreign correspondent (beats have covered the US and Middle East) who is now a regular contributor to BBC news, including Radio 4’s Royal coverage.
Presenter on BBC World News and BBC Radio 4 'The World Tonight'. An experienced conference chair and moderator
Experienced journalist and news broadcaster who has covered terrorist attacks, floods, riots and world news events from Beirut and Belgrade.
Huw Edwards - BBC 10 O'Clock news main presenter and popular corporate host/chair.
Gavin Esler is an award winning television and radio broadcaster, writer and journalist. A former member of the Newsnight presenting team. He also anchored BBC News 24 since 1997 and reported for news and documentary programmes across Europe, Russia, China and North and South America.
Journalist and sports presenter. She has worked for ITV, CNN, BBC World Service and ESPN, and has interviewed high-profile African figures and football celebrities.
Former BBC Economics editor who is now Senior Executive Editor at Bloomberg, having had a brief sojourn as Chief Market Strategist for J.P.Morgan.
BBC Five Live lunchtime show presenter. An experienced radio broadcaster and journalist who has covered many international events and reported on TV for Tonight with Trevor McDonald, The Alan Titchmarsh Show and The One Show.
Former Tomorrow's World and Robot Wars presenter. Philippa has a degree in environmental science and now produces and presents wildlife programmes for the BBC, Discovery Channel and National Geographic.
An experienced journalist with years of live presentation under her belt. Helen read the news for Daybreak as well as covering for the lead presenters. A regular face on both Five and Sky News she is a highly professional corporate host who has chaired conferences and major events, both in the UK and abroad.
Fiona is a regular reporter/presenter on ITV's Tonight documentary programme. She has previously presented the Monthly Russian Business Report on BBC World, hosted BBC Breakfast and was an anchor on CNN for a couple of years, based in Atlanta.
BBC Senior News Correspondent who was a foreign correspondent for over a decade in Nairobi, Rome and Paris. Now presents "Beyond 100 Days" alongside Katty Kay on BBC America that provides a global news round up but with an American spin.