Speakers Corner has a host of internationally acclaimed and globally renowned international conference and keynote speakers. Their expertise ranges from Middle East relations to environmental and green issues.
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A A: £15K & Over Pankaj Ghemawat combines academic knowledge with business acumen. Professor at the Harvard Business School for 25 years, he is a enlightening keynote speaker.
A A: £15K & Over With leading geo-strategist, world traveller and author Parag Khanna as a guide, audiences will have the most cutting edge roadmap of geopolitics.
A A: £15K & Over Pippa Malmgren was an advisor to US President George Bush in the White House and a member of the National Economic Council during Enron and 9/11.
A A: £15K & Over An expert in global economy and investments, Ricardo Amorim is a charismatic international keynote speaker able to explain complex issues in easy soundbites.
B B: £10K - £15K Robert Peston is a former award-winning Business Editor at the BBC and current Political Editor at ITV.
A A: £15K & Over Robert Ward is the Global Forecasting Director at the Economist Intelligence Unit and a world economy expert.
C C: £5K - £10K The BBC's Environment Analyst and a senior journalist on climate and energy, Roger Harrabin is an authority on all things green.
A A: £15K & Over Harvard trained economist Sebastián Piñera, a businessman-turned-politician, was Chile’s first Conservative president in decades.
A A: £15K & Over Shlomo Ben Ami was the chief Israeli negotiator at the Camp David summit in 2000. He applies his expertise on conflict resolution to managerial situations as well as international politics.
B B: £10K - £15K Management Professor at two of the world’s top business schools, Stéphane Garelli is also the director of IMD's World Competitiveness Centre and an authority on World Competitiveness.
D D: £3K - £5K After thirty years’ experience in broadcasting, Tim Marshall is well-placed to provide a sharp political commentary and analysis of global affairs.
C C: £5K - £10K Political Editor of The Sunday Times, Tim Shipman has been a national newspaper journalist for nearly 20 years.
C C: £5K - £10K Tina Daheley is one of the BBC's fastest rising stars and a versatile broadcaster whose TV and radio work stretches across news and current affairs, sport and the arts, appealing to a wide range of very diverse audiences.
C C: £5K - £10K Vince Cable is a former cabinet minister and remains at the forefront of political and economic discourse.