Meet our after dinner speakers speakers
TV Science Presenter and Charismatic keynote speaker
Trailblazing brand and marketing executive, Chief Marketing Officer at Netflix
Design scientist, systems theorist and futurist Melissa Sterry is recognised as a world-leading authority on the science, technology and thinking that could help build a better world.
Widely considered to be the greatest football referee of all time.
International Rugby legend Sean Fitzpatrick draws upon his experiences as a winning team captain to offer his expertise as a leader to businesses and management.
Award-winning entrepreneur and the founder of Bodyshot Performance Limited.
Serial Entrepreneur, often best known for Death Cigarettes
Former U.S. Chief Technology Officer
British Paralympic Swimmer winning 5 medals
Explorer, 🚶🏻♂️1st to walk the Amazon | Discovery & Channel4 host
Rt Hon Lord William Hague was born
World-class rugby professional turned into leading sports commentator, Will Greenwood is a rugby analyst of the highest calibre.
Wilfred Emmanuel-Jones is the man behind The Black Farmer®.
British multi-lingual TV and radio presenter, journalist, published author, activist and podcaster Vick Hope is a multilingual, multi-skilled and multifaceted young presenter making waves in the multi-platform world of broadcast.
Television and radio comedian and best-selling author, Tony Hawks is a professional at winning over crowds with his dry wit and slick delivery.
Former football player and manager, Tommy Docherty regales audiences with his hilarious stories from his time at over twelve clubs across four countries.
Tom is a confident and energetic host.
As former chief leader writer for the Times, Tim provides the ultimate "insider" knowledge, delivered with a famous lacerating humour as he delves deep into his reservoir of little-known but true revelations about media and politics, making Tim an ideal after dinner speaker.
Tim Fitzhigham's far-fetched exploits are recounted in hilarious manner and are ideally suited for any corporate event to leave the audience in stitches.