Monthly Archives: July 2014

Economics speaker Nasser Saidi: “Arab countries should pivot east”

Jul 3, 2014

Writing for the Financial Times, Nasser Saidi, an expert speaker on Middle Eastern economies, believes that it is time to break down barriers to intra-Arab trade. Nasser contends that “like Arab unity, the ambition of boosting intra-Arab trade has been a litany of bright promises but dismal performance.” He argues that regional trade agreements are in

What a difference 4 years makes: motivational speaker Mark Pollock

Jul 2, 2014

Four years ago today motivational speaker Mark Pollock, a blind endurance athlete, fell from a second story window. He lay in hospital for nearly 16 months – paralysed, blind and psychologically fragile. But, what a difference 4 years makes… Have a look at this short video (above). A message from Mark Here at The Mark Pollock Trust

Expert speaker Jim O’Neill leads panel on antibiotic resistance

Jul 2, 2014

British Prime Minister David Cameron has announced a review into antibiotic resistance, following his concerns over why so few anti-microbial drugs have been introduced in recent years. Mr Cameron warned that the world could soon be “cast back into the dark ages of medicine” unless action is taken to tackle the growing threat of resistance to

Praise for “The Consolations of Economics”: new book by expert speaker Gerard Lyons

Jul 1, 2014

Gerard Lyons, Chief Economic Advisor to the Mayor of London Boris Johnson and expert keynote speaker on the global economy, has been described as having “enlighting” views on economic progress according to a review of his first book, “The Consolations of Economics” (Faber & Faber, 2014), in the Guardian newspaper. Reviewed by veteran journalist William Keegan, he

A simple guide on how to give a best man speech by motivational speaker Robin Kermode

Jul 1, 2014

Penning his first article for Huffington Post, communication coach and public speaker Robin Kermode outlines 10 steps to giving a great best man speech. Robin believes that the most important thing to remember is to “be yourself. You have to feel relaxed and you certainly won’t be relaxed if you’re saying things that feel unnatural or

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