Anatole Kaletsky, a former Economics Editor and current Editor-at-Large at The Times is an impressive keynote speaker and conference facilitator. With his provocative yet articulate and charming style few are better qualified to offer expert analysis of current market trends and precise economic forecasts.
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Claude Smadja principal adviser of the World Economic Forum is an engaging speaker with an in-depth knowledge of the world’s economic, business and political scene and its key players. He helps clients navigate and leverage globalization through conferences, seminars, workshops and briefings.
Claude Smadja is the Founder and President of Smadja & Associates a strategic advisory firm he founded in 2001.
David is one of Ireland’s most respected commentators, beginning his career as the youngest economic advisor in the Maastrict Treaty negotiation team, to becoming Ireland’s best selling non-fiction author. As Irelands leading economist he is a regular contributor radio and TV on the current economic trends, he currently writes a column for the Sunday Business Post and the Irish Independent and author of the Best Selling book ‘The Popes Children’ – a unique and brilliant survey of Ireland today. Most recently David has brought economics to the national theatre with his one-man-show “Outsiders” – a unique partnership with the Abbey Theatre.
Dr Daniel Thorniley is a leading authority on global emerging markets, in particular Russia, Central and Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa. Formerly Senior Vice President with the Economist Intelligence Unit where he ran CEEMEA operations, he delivers in-house briefings to the boards of major US and European companies. A challenging, informative, entertaining, provocative and well balanced speaker.
Managing Director of SPAR International from 1994 until the end of 2015, Gordon Campbell has been a distinguished leader in the global food retail industry over the last two decades. He is an eloquent and inspiring speaker on topics as diverse as global retail food trends; leading a growth driven organisation; entry strategies in developing markets; creating a culture of customer service; supply chain collaboration and building sustainable business partnerships.
Esther Dyson, named by Forbes magazine as one of the most powerful women in American business is an acknowledged luminary in the technology industry. She has been highly influential in her field for the past 20 years, with a state-of-the-art knowledge of the online information technology industry worldwide and the emerging computer markets of Central and Eastern Europe.
Frank-Jürgen Richter is one of the world’s most significant voices on corporate globalisation. With a thorough understanding of how the world functions today with a strong focus on Asia, he encourages organisations to grow globally in order to thrive. A gifted thinker, informative speaker and highly respected analyst of international business and emerging economies.