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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Andrew Marr is an authoritative, charismatic and witty speaker, a seasoned political commentator well known as an informed and entertaining TV personality, newspaper columnist, and TV presenter. A great after dinner speaker, keynote speaker, conference chair and facilitator.
Carl Bildt the former Swedish Prime Minister (until 1997) and High Representative for peace negotiations in Bosnia and Herzegovina is currently Swedish Foreign Minister. An informative and charismatic keynote speaker, who is a skilled negotiator and commenter on political and economic integration in Europe, offers an insight to businesses who want to give themselves an advantage for the future.
European Commissioner for Internal Markets and Services from 2004–2010, he served in successive Irish governments as Minister for Social Welfare (1992–1993), Minister for Tourism and Trade (1993–1994) and Minister for Finance (1997–2004).
EU Commissioner for Internal Market and Services (2004- 2010), Former Government Minister (Finance; Tourism; Social Welfare), Ireland.
Dominique De Villepin former Prime Minister for France (2005-2007) is a reformist leader in French, European and global policy and a champion of peace and justice in the world. A man with vision and experience whose thoughts for the future come from a context of intense thought and deliberation.
Former European Commissioner for the internal market, taxation and the customs union
Frits Bolkestein studied mathematics, philosophy, Greek and economics at the Universities of Oregon (USA), Amsterdam and London. In 1965 he received his master’s degree in law at the University of Leiden.
From 1960 to 1976 Frits Bolkestein held several posts within the Shell Group in East Africa, Central America, Indonesia, London and Paris.