Former professional poker player, Caspar uses poker as a metaphor to talk on 'Risk Taking & Decision Making' and 'Luck in Business'.
Former Chancellor of the Exchequer from 1990 - 1993. Oversaw a difficult time in office, but considered by many to be one of the 'bravest' chancellors.
Michelle is a highly successful entrepreneur, and founder of MJM International, which makes the Utimo Brand. Voted 'World Young Business Achiever Award' in 2000.
Conrad Humphrys is a inspirational team leader and world class yachtsman. He has sailed around the world 3 times and competed in the Vendee Round the Globe Yacht Race.
Former CEO of Birmingam City Football Club, Karren is one of the UK's leading businesswomen. Karren has a new role on the BBC One Show the Apprentice.
Roger represented Great Britain at the highest level in the world of athletics, both as an individual runner and member of a 4 x 400 metre team. A full time motivational speaker.
A very popular business speaker. Jim's presentations are based around his 'Ten Rules For Taming Tigers' and was challenged to become a jockey within 1 year.
Leader of the first British team to walk unsupported to the North Pole and leader of Feet Of Green 2008, and South Pole 2009 expedition. Alan is a inspirational speaker on leadership and teamwork.
Best known for his role as former Prime Minister Tony Blair`s spokesman and press secretary, Alastair is a writer, communicator and strategist and charity fundraising. Popular Public speaker.
David is the former Home Secretary under Tony Blair. He was at the Home Office at the time of 9/11 and also served as Secretary of State for Education and Employment.
Known for his appearances on Dragons Den, James is a successful entrepreneur, building and selling businesses for over 20 years.
Social entrepreneur and award winning businesswoman. Caroline is visually impaired yet has founded her own business and set up the O2 Ability Awards. Based in Ireland.
Former athlete and politician Lord Coe successfully delivered the London 2012 Olympic Games and is now chairman on the British Olympic Association.
COL TIM COLLINS
Col. Tim Collins is a former soldier and a natural leader. Author of Rules of Engagement, Tim is an inspiring speaker.
Jeff is an independent consultant and former business manager to Sir Clive Woodward. One of the best business speakers in the UK, Jeff is also a successful author.
Stuart Baldwin is the founder of ‘The Positive Company’, a training consultancy that has pioneered taking powerful insights from contemporary performance psychology and making them practical for leaders and teams.
Former Director General of the BBC, Greg is a successful business leader and now Chairman of the British Film Institute.
Karen Darby is a serial entrepreneur and founder of Simply Switch. Karen has over 20 years experience as a public and business speaker.
Tim Drake is a leading entrepreneur and chair of three think tanks for leading companies in the sports sector. A popular business speaker.
Former All Blacks rugby captain. Sean won the World Cup with New Zealand and is considered to be one of the best players of all time. Motivational speaker with a glimpse of the HAKA.
Tim was the winner of the first series of the Apprentice. After working with Sir Alan Sugar for 3 years, Tim set up the Bright Ideas Trust.
Chief Executive of Ann Summers and Knickerbox, Jacqueline Gold, is one of Britain's most successful businesswomen and an inspirational speaker.
Was the former CEO of the Millennium Dome and was Vice President of Park Operations for Euro-Disney. A leading expert on the leisure industry and a motivational speaker.
SIR CHRIS HOY
Sir Chris Hoy is a 4 times Olympic champion following success at both Beijing and Athens Olympics. Named BBC Sports Personality of the Year in 2008.
Director of Misson Excellence, a team of ex-Red Arrows and RAF pilots who bring a new perspective to the business world.
DAME STELLA RIMINGTON
Former Director General of the Security Service MI5. Now a successful author Dame Stella was a former non-executive director for Marks & Spencer and BG Group.
Luke Johnson is the chairman of Channel 4 and formerly in control of Pizza Express. He is also part owner of Superbrands & Giraffe restaurants.
Ken Livingstone is a former Labour MP and former Mayor of London. Ken was also the former head of the GLC and is currently a radio presenter for LBC.
A successful businesswomen in the leisure industry and entrepreneur, Deborah is known to many for her appearances on BBC's Dragons Den.
Along with John Peters, John Nichol an RAF navigator, was shot down and captured during the first Gulf War, the resulting images being broadcast around the world. An extraordinary story.
One of the Dragons from Dragons Den, Theo Paphitis, is a successful businessman and entrepreneur. Chairman of Rymans and La Senza, Theo is also involved with Red Letter Days and was former Chairman of Millwall FC.
John Prescott was the longest-serving Deputy Prime Minister and was a key player in the Tony Blair government and participated in the Kyoto negotiations on Climate Change.
Richard is one of the co-founders of Innocent Drinks, the number one smoothie brand in the UK, a multi award winning business.
One of the youngest CEO's of a financial services company in London. An accomplished author and speaker.
Rebecca was the first British woman to have climbed Mount Everest. She then became the first English speaking woman to climb all seven-summits.
Successful rowing coach, Daniel led Oxford to beat Cambridge in the Boat Race, despite losing for the previous 6 years, and went on to win the next 12 out of 14 races. Inspiring and motivational speaker.
The Naked Leader - David has 25 years of business experience and is considered one of the UK's leading business gurus. Author of the 'Naked Leader Books'.
Based in South Africa, Ian is known as the Lion Tracker. Using the study of lions, Ian has created some awe-inspiring presentations looking at teamwork, strategy and change in the workplace.
Felicity is the first and only woman in the world to ski across Antarctica and to do so purely by muscle power without the aid of kites and machines.
Rasmus comes to the UK to communicate the benefits of 'The Goldmine Effect'. His knowledge blows apart the conventional theories about what it takes to reach the top in sports and business.
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