Business Presenters Speakers
To some people, 'business' is a dry subject. But the great thinkers and achievers of the business world would beg to differ - and after a speech by one of our top business speakers, your guests are sure to agree.
We can provide business experts from a wide variety of sectors that can offer advice and guidance on a range of topics, including economics, management techniques, leadership, creativity, sales, marketing and many more.
With some of the most renowned business speakers in the world on our books, we will be glad to advise you of the speaker with the right level of tone and content for your event.
The UK’s most prolific world record setter and arguably the greatest runner to compete for his country.
Lord Sebastian Coe
A well- known, trusted and highly respected medical broadcaster on TV and radio, Dr Hilary is currently the Health Editor at Good Morning Britain, and appears on The Lorraine Show with his slot The Pulse.
Dr Hilary Jones
Michael is a wonderful speaker who appears on This Week with Andrew Neil and presents the Great British Railway Journeys and Great Continental Railway Journeys for BBC2.
Chief Executive and Co-Founder of the Eden Project.
Sir Tim Smit
"The DNA of a Champion". Sir Clive shares the characteristics he believes all champion individuals and champion teams exhibit.
Sir Clive Woodward
Radio 4's Today presenter and former BBC political editor.
Respected political commentator, journalist and broadcaster.
As one the BBC’s top presenters, Justin has interviewed politicians, comedians, the Prime Minister, sportsmen, and top business figures
Founding Editor of Wired Magazine and an expert on 'How smart companies are innovating', 'How tech will impact financial services' and 'How artificial intelligence can boost (not destroy) your business'.
Natasha Kaplinsky is one of the UK's leading broadcasters and one of the most familiar faces of TV news.
Designer Kelly is an investor on BBC Two’s hit entrepreneur show, The Dragon’s Den and fronted the Channel 5 Design Series, Superior Interiors, in 2011.
Kelly Hoppen MBE
When you think of Lord Alan Sugar you usually think of The Apprentice, the TV show in which he's become famous for the catchphrase "You're Fired", and Amstrad the company he founded in 1968.
Lord Alan Sugar