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Adam Fergusson wrote “When Money Dies” in 1970s when the global economy was buckling in the wake of the fi rst oil shock. The book is a classic social historical study of what can happen when public spending gets out of control.

Anne Lise Kjaer is a leading global futurist who has pioneered the concept of Multidimensional Thinking - developing future concepts by analysing scientifi c research in conjunction with social, cultural, emotional and spiritual shifts in society.

Ayesha Khanna is Founder and Director of the Hybrid Reality Institute, which explores human/technology co-evolution and its implications for society, business and politics.

Caroline Jackson Levy joined UBM in 2005 becoming Managing Director of UBM Awards in 2009. In 2011, Caroline was made Chief Executive of UBM Awards and Partnerships- expanding the role to build new events through partnerships, particularly outside the UK.

Caspar Berry is a unique keynote and motivational speaker who draws on his career as a professional poker player and successful businessman to take a refreshing examination of topics such as risk-taking, communicating, decision-making and innovating.

Chris Roebuck is Visiting Professor of Transformational

Leadership at Cass Business School, London. Chris appears regularly on TV channels such as the BBC, Sky, Bloomberg, CNBC and on radio stations around the world, commenting on business, management and leadership issues.

Inma Martinez is a serial entrepreneur, investor, and corporate advisor. She’s considered one of the world’s leading digital media strategists. Described by FORTUNE and TIME as one of Europe’s top talents in human factors and social engagement through technology.

Jacqui Kavanagh is Chief Executive of Trinity Event Management. The Company is the fruition of Jacqui’s dream and the result of her drive to achieve success. Jacqui’s background is in hotel management and has provided the perfect grounding, relationships and knowledge to achieve her dream.

Jo Malone. In1994 Jo Malone opened her fi rst store at 154 Walton Street, London. The store quickly became a destination store that put Walton Street fi rmly on the map. It was in the creation of this store that the core values of the Jo Malone brand were developed - a result of Jo’s passion and inspiration.

Joe DiVanna is described as a polymath by The Economist and as “brilliant and fresh” by the Mark Twain Institute for his cutting edge approach to strategy development, Joe DiVanna is a thought leader and speaker to global business audiences.

Karina Hollekim is a Norwegian free skier and BASE jumper. She is the only female athlete who ever completed a ski BASE. She is also the only professional Norwegian BASE jumper.

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Olly Hicks On the 28 September 2005, after 124 days alone at sea, Olly rowed across the Atlantic. He gives a fascinating insight into what drives him to achieve his goals and the lessons he has learnt along the way.

Parag Khanna is the leading next-generation voice on the future of global affairs. Named one of Esquire magazine’s 75 Most Infl uential People of the 21st Century and at the top of Wired magazine’s Smart List, Khanna was a foreign policy advisor to President Barack Obama during his historic presidential campaign.

Peter Cochrane is one of the world’s most respected and sought-after speakers on technology, change and the future effects of change on corporations and individuals.

Rita Clifton is Chairman of Interbrand, London, the world’s leading brand consultancy and pioneer of Brand Valuation. Rita Clifton began her career in advertising working at DMB&B and later at J Walter Thompson.

Ruth Carter is founder and Chief Executive Offi cer of UBM Conferences, a division of UBM plc. Since 2006, Ruth has led the growth of UBM’s conference business, leading its expansion in Europe and the US as well as establishing operations in China, India and Brazil.

Sue Powell is an international coach and facilitator specialising in leadership and team coaching and developing a high-performance culture.

Susie Barron-Stubley is a highly experienced and sought after international Executive Coach, Business Trainer and Motivational Speaker, she specialises in developing senior level Executive PAs and EAs, and has changed the working practices of thousands of PAs around the world.

Terry Waite has led a remarkable life as a diplomat and a humanitarian. Long devoted to humanitarian causes, inter-cultural relations, and confl ict resolution, Waite garnered international recognition in the 1980s when, he successfully negotiated the release of hostages in Iran and Libya.

Thierry Malleret is the former Chief Economist and Strategist of Alfa Bank, Moscow, managing a team that covered capital markets in Russia, Ukraine and Kazakstan. Thierry has also worked for the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development in London and for think tanks in the United States and Europe.

Tom Avery As one of only 41 people in history to have reached both the North and South Poles on foot, Tom Avery is quickly gaining the reputation as one of the UK’s leading explorers. He achieved this remarkable feat at the tender age of 29, making him the youngest Briton to do so.

Lucian Tarnowski is the energetic face behind, the social recruiting platform that builds social media communities for employers. He has been honoured as Europe’s youngest Young Global Leader (YGL) by the World Economic Forum.


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