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Global Digital Leader
Ben Hammersley is a thought-provoking futurist who has been lecturing to audiences around the globe for over 15 years. He brings a practical, proactive approach to the digital era inspiring audiences to be present now to be prepared for the future. As an international reporter, author and adventure seeker, he explores the effects of the internet and the digital network on the world’s business, political and social atmospheres in society. Ben will be discussing Blockchain technology and why it may not be as critical a gamechanger as we imagine!Show less Show more
Specialist on the mindset and attitude for high performance
In 2006, Jamil was appointed the first-ever official golf psychologist to the European Ryder Cup team. The team made history in winning by a record-equalling margin. He has also worked successfully with English Premiership football clubs, Formula 1 racing drivers, England cricketers, fighter pilots, and medical teams. His work with global business leaders has helped executives and their teams fulfil their potential by orchestrating change and performance programs. Jamil will be looking at personal resilience with his own unique blend of humour and coaching expertise.Show less Show more
Professor Sir David Spiegelhalter
Risk and statistical evidence expert
David Spiegelhalter is a British statistician and Winton Professor of the Public Understanding of Risk in the Statistical Laboratory at the University of Cambridge and a Fellow of Churchill College, Cambridge. Spiegelhalter is an ISI highly cited researcher. David Spiegelhalter also acts as Chair of the Winton Centre for Risk and Evidence Communication, working to improve the way in which risk and statistical evidence are taught and discussed in society.Show less Show more
The comedian who cooks
George Egg is a comedian who cooks on stage using unexpected equipment and unconventional methods. Having supported the likes of Lee Mack and Micky Flanagan and received rave reviews from Metro and The Times, George’s ‘absurd’ comedy and unconventional ways of cooking will inspire you to think outside the box and encourage you to challenge your problem-solving skills, propelling them to another level. Think about it, if you can manage to cook an egg in a hotel room, is there any problem that you can’t solve?Show less Show more