Speakers Corner are always delighted to highlight some of their favourite business and entrepreneurial female speakers. Unfortunately the number of female conference speakers is far outwieghed by the number of male conference speakers which very much disappoints the Speakers Corner team – as such we are constantly on the look out for new and exciting female business keynote speakers
Assistant editor, Financial Times. Winner of three prestigious journalism awards, including Journalist of the Year 2009. Award-winning journalist Gillian is one of the world's preeminent authorities on capital markets and the role they play in the global financial crisis.
Emma Harrison set up and runs a4e - a successful organisation that has been helping people for 20 years. She has also appeared on Channel 4's Benefit Busters, Secret Millionaire and Make Me A Millionaire.
Lucy is the Founder and CEO of Marcus Venture Consulting, she is a regular speaker on global economic trends and best practices for investment, private equity, venture capital, entrepreneurship, technology.
Kavita Oberoi is one of the UK's most successful female entrepreneurs. Kavita is the founder and Managing Director of an extremely successful IT and Business Healthcare Consultancy which she started from scratch in 2001
Kanya King MBE is an internationally recognised entrepreneur and innovator in the British music industry. As CEO and founder of MOBO Organisation, Kanya is the dynamic force behind the MOBO Awards
Former Management Consultant, Preethi sent up her own publishing and PR Company, in the process winning Asian Woman of Achievement of the Year, becoming an ambassador for the Prince's Trust and best selling author
Formely the Executive Chairman of Millwall Football Club, Heather has had a a wide range of experiences including working in local government and film and television. In 2008 she was voted the Scottish Widows Business Woman of the Year
Formidable entrepreneur who, in 2007, was named by Management Today as one of their most successful Women Under 35. She is currently MD of Smaarta having previously hade success with companies such as mydeckchair.com and Bebo
The combination of being the first female fighter pilot flying the Tornado GR1 and her business experience, make Jo Salter an exceptional motivational keynote speaker
Laura is the founder and Managing Director of JoJo Maman Bebe. She believes in a sensible environmental, ethical and sustainable stance in business
Linda is a renowned consultant, trainer and writer, specialising in the field of equality and diversity. She is a skilled and motivational communicator who is in huge demand as a conference speaker and facilitator
Adele earned her reputation as a social entrepreneur by building CAN (formerly Community Action Network) into the UK's foremost networking organisation for social enterprise. She was awarded an MBE for services to social enterprise in 2006 and in 2007 won the Sieff Prize for her work in collaborating with the corporate sector for social benefit at the annual Business in the Community awards
Michelle was the first female winner of The Apprentice. After spending a year working with Sir Alan, Michelle went off to start her own business and inspire others to achieve. She is an example to all aspiring entreprenuers and business leaders in her rise through business and the corporate ladder.
Female Entrepreneur of the Year and Reading Room CEO, Margaret is one of the UK's most successful business personalities and public speakers. A well respected figure in the new media world, Reading Room for the Sunday Times' highest ranking digital communications agency in 2007 and 2008
Caroline is MD of FreshMinds, the research and recruitment consultancy she founded in September 2000. Caroline has established herself as a role model for budding entrepreneurs
Mich, founder of Little Venice Cake was announced as Harpers Bazaar & CHANEL Entrepreneur of the Year her celebrity client list includes Madonna, Pierce Brosnan, Paul McCartney, Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne, Gordon Ramsay and David Beckham
Editor of Glamour magazine, Jo Elvin revolutionised the magazine industry with the handbag sized monthly glossy.
Roxanne tells the remarkable personal story of her life from a small community in Winnipeg to leading social and empowerment initiatives in Kenya, Tanzania, Ghana, Sierra Leone and South Africa. She was selected as one of the Top 100 most powerful women in Canada
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