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B   B: £10K - £15K   Currently senior partner at MAPA Group (an international business development-consulting firm), Juan Verde has spent a prosperous career nurturing the successful operation of companies.
C   C: £5K - £10K   Former North America Editor for the BBC, Justin Webb is an experienced conference facilitator and keynote speaker on politics and current affairs.
C   C: £5K - £10K   Co-founder and CEO of Mumsnet, Justine Roberts is perfectly placed to speak to audiences on the issues faced today by women.
E   E: < £3K   A British television news presenter and journalist, Kasia Madera has reported on some of the biggest news stories, including the London 2012 Olympics Opening Ceremony.
C   C: £5K - £10K   BBC news presenter Kate Silverton is a lively and engaging facilitator and awards host, and her presence enriches corporate events with a sparkle and a professional charm.
E   E: < £3K   With over a decade of reporting experience for the BBC and a familiar voice to millions of listeners, Katie Prescott is one of the UK's best-known business journalists
A   A: £15K & Over   Katty Kay, BBC World News America presenter, takes an unbiased look at US politics and offers insights on the important political and economic stories in the US and around the globe.
D   D: £3K - £5K   Kelly Beaver MBE is the Chief Executive of Ipsos in the UK and Ireland. With over a decade of experience at Ipsos, she specialises in public opinion research and societal trends. She is recognised for her contributions to academia and research, including her work during the COVID-19 response.
C   C: £5K - £10K   Having worked as a UK Civil Servant, British Ambassador to the US and the EU, National Security Adviser and involved in UK-EU Policy Negotiations and Policy, Lord Darroch is a highly respected speaker.
E   E: < £3K   Journalist and broadcaster, Kirsty Lang is a highly skilled conference facilitator and current affairs broadcaster.
C   C: £5K - £10K   Kirsty Wark is one of Britain's most highly regarded and versatile presenters appearing on a multitude of TV and Radio News programmes including Newsnight.
C   C: £5K - £10K   Newsreader, TV presenter and authority on endless topics, Krishnan is sparkly and articulate as a keynote or after-dinner speaker, and awards host.
POA   POA: Contact Us   Former Chairwoman of the President's Council of Economic Advisors, Dr. Laura D'Andrea Tyson continues to be a key voice in the most dynamic and critical debates around the U.S. and global economy.
A   A: £15K & Over   The BBC's Political Editor since July 2015, Laura is a familiar face as a Chief Correspondent and presenter on Newsnight. She has also fronted 5 Live, The Politics Show on BBC 2 and the Westminster hour on Radio 4.
D   D: £3K - £5K   Lewis has written about social issues for The Economist, The Guardian, The Times, The Telegraph and The Independent and is a TEDx talk speaker. He is also the author of Words that Win and founded the Fair Education Alliance, a national advocacy coalition of almost 100 non-profits and businesses.
C   C: £5K - £10K   Liam Halligan writes the ‘Economics Agenda’ column in the Sunday Telegraph.


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