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Room54 understand that when it comes to booking motivational business speakers or conference speakers, it is important to ensure that the speaker has the right tone for the event, along with the confidence and experience to engage with the audience and deliver a speech that will motivate and inspire them. Whether you’re looking for business speakers or conference speakers, Room54 have some of the UK’s most talented business men and women on our books and are happy to advise you as to which of our business speakers or conference speakers we feel would be most suitable for your event.
Dr Graeme Codrington is an expert on the new world of work and multigenerational workplaces. As a futurist, author and speaker, he provides companies with a clear understanding of the issues facing them and the strategies needed for survival. He is repeatedly requested by CEOs around the world, who value his deep insights, practicality and ability to make sense of a turbulent world.
Dr James Bellini has an impressive track record as a forecaster on social, political and economic matters and he is in demand as a speaker all over the world. A thought-provoking academic with experience in the worlds of advertising, corporate communications and television, James has been as a member of various prestigious ‘think-tanks’. He is a successful author, and a respected voice on TV programmes such as Tonight and Panorama.
Eliot is a renowned music producer who has produced hit records for Take That, Bryan Adams and The Spice Girls.
Business speaker Emma Killilea, a successful business woman from Sheffield, created her own gluten-free brand, Delicious Alchemy, after being diagnosed with the auto-immune Coeliac disease in 2005. Emma is committed to raising the profile of the Coeliac disease and has pledged to support fellow sufferers in their fight to cope with the symptoms and to lead normal lives.
John Nichol was a prisoner of war during the Gulf War after his Tornado aircraft was shot down. He recounts his dramatic experiences of Operation Desert Storm in his talks. Describing himself as ‘an ordinary guy who just happened to find himself in extraordinary circumstances’, John’s message is one of optimism, inspiration and personal motivation. He is adept at helping corporate audiences deal with issues such as upheaval and change, and is able to be thought provoking and yet still humorous at the same time.