Not only is it ‘arguably’ the busiest period in the events calendar (from now until Christmas) we have decided we are not busy enough already (!!!) so we’ve thrown in an event, a project launch and a showcase as well.
Last week saw us over at London’s Old Billingsgate for the annual Square Meal get-together along with arranging a ‘fireside’ chat between entrepreneur Sahar Hashemi and journalist Nadine Dereza which went really well.
Then MD, Nick Gold, launched a new initiative called Speakernomics which aims to discern information on trends, statistics or connections - say between choice of speaker and health of the economy - which arise out of our bookings and enquiry data. Nick can often be heard giving out valuable advice to the speakers we work with but it was his time to hit the stage, take his own council, crash through some initial nerves and introduce Speakernomics while sharing some thoughts on events and the importance of using ‘outside’ speakers.
This week we revisited the showcase (aka Knowledge Guild) at The Brewery which was initially cancelled in July due to London’s tube drivers. We hosted, in conjunction with aforementioned The Brewery, a succesful and well received evening, giving clients an insight into Tech, Trust and Transformation.
A busy few days for sure along with news of a new wedding proposal (our second this year) for one of the team ensures it’s never a dull day here at Speakers Corner.
Photo shows Gemma Godfrey hosting our last Knowledge Guild from February 2015
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