Yearly Archives: 2016

Noreena Hertz hosts UCL’s Campaign Launch – ‘How Will Society Survive Into The 22nd Century?’

Oct 24, 2016

Expert speaker and ITV Economics’ Editor, Noreena Hertz, hosted the launch of UCL’s funding campaign. The target is one of the most ambitious ever seen in the UK’s higher education sector, with only Oxford and Cambridge raising larger levels of philanthropic funding through their campaigns. Noreena was delighted to take part in the event, as

Joel Salatin defends the use of technology in the clean food movement

Oct 21, 2016

Drawing on his expertise in libertarian farming practices, Joel Salatin writes for this piece for Chartwell to defend farming that uses technology when producing ‘clean’ food. Chartwell are proud to represent Joel for speaker bookings at events and conferences worldwide, simply get in touch for Joel’s availability, topics and fees. He will visit Europe on

Keynote Speakers | In the News (Oct 21st)

Oct 21, 2016

Happy Friday! In the news this week, our top keynote speakers are writing and making headlines in respected and international media. For booking enquiries, or more about these talented thought-leaders, send us a quick email for their speaking topics, expertise and latest availability. We’re here to help! Here are the top stories we recommend this

Rachel Botsman talks trusting strangers at TEDSummit 2016

Oct 18, 2016

Trust researcher and international expert, Rachel Botsman delivered an incredible talk on how trust is shifting human behaviours at TEDSummit 2016 in Banff, Canada. Instead of only trusting large institutions to fulfil our needs, Rachel’s identified a ‘trust shift’ towards trusting strangers. Particularly, how people have turned to technology platforms like Uber and Airbnb where

Sir John Gieve says Britain’s latest economic policies have “echoes of the 1970s”

Oct 18, 2016

Sir John Gieve‘s expert analysis of PM Theresa May’s latest economic policies was quoted in The Telegraph this week: “We’ve got a big shift in the style and nature of government – I thought Theresa May’s speech was quite an exceptional speech,” he said. “It was one of the first speeches I’ve heard from a

Sebastian Mallaby’s incisive biography of Alan Greenspan ‘The Man Who Knew’

Oct 17, 2016

Former Washington Post columnist and senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations, Sebastian Mallaby‘s biography of Alan Greenspan has generated exceptional coverage and reviews since its release on October 11. The book explores Greenspan’s image as a hero/villain of the global economy and, most importantly, delves into whether Greenspan foresaw the financial crash in

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