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Terry Venables is a name synonymous with success in English football. The former coach is the only English player to have represented his country at all possible football levels, an achievement that can never be equalled. He was also commentator for ITV for the most important football events world-wide.
Paul Scholes is one of the most decorated players in English football winning a total of 25 trophies, 11 Premier League Titles and two Champions Leagues titles. He also represented England 66 times appearing in two World Cups in 1998 and 2002 and UEFA Euro Tournaments in 2000 and 2004.
Former player and football speaker Ryan Giggs OBE is a Welsh athlete know for devoting his career to Manchester United, where he play for an amazing 25 years. Making his debut for the team in 1991, Giggs played on United’s first team until 2014 when he retired from his position to focus on management and football speaking.
A one man club Jamie Carragher is one of the most successful and longest serving players in Liverpool’s history. The no nonsense defender is the ultimate professional both on and off the field. With a total of 737 appearances, 5 goals and 12 winners medals in all competitions he is a legend in his own right.
Katie Piper, after suffering a brutal sulphuric acid attack in 2008, Katie has worked to rebuild her life. Best-selling international author, motivational speaker, television presenter and charity campaigner, Katie is a true inspiration and mark of the human spirit. Pioneering to change the way we see burn victims, Katie's heart-rendering story tells the world how she refuses to be a victim and hopes to create good from her brutal attack.
Considered ‘The World’s Great Living Explorer’, the inspirational Sir Ranulph Fiennes has been breaking world records, discovering lost cities, and leading legendary (and sometimes life-threatening) expeditions worthy of the Odyssey for over 40 years. A prolific writer, a dedicated fundraiser, and a motivational and keynote speaker on teamwork, leadership, and overcoming adversity, Ranulph has truly tested the limits of human endurance.
Andy McNab, the British Army's most highly decorated serving soldier, delivers his incredible story of courage under fire, with passion, drama and humour. A published action fiction writer, he is a patron of the Help for Heroes charity, and when not writing or delivering motivational speeches to corporate audiences, he spends much of his time fundraising.
Annabel Karmel MBE is the UK’s No.1 children’s cookery author, best-selling international author, and expert on devising delicious, nutritious meals for babies, children and families. Nutritional specialist and leading female entrepreneur, Annabel is hailed as a dependable source for educating our nation on children’s diets. Building her own enterprise from her kitchen Annabel talks balancing business and parenting.
A well-loved TV broadcaster, Natasha Kaplinsky is an anchor for the ITN network and has been the main anchor on both BBC and Five News. She was also the winner of the first series of Strictly Come Dancing. Intelligent, professional and personal, Natasha is ideal for hosting a wide range of events, from daytime conferences to evening awards.
Adventurer, author, environmentalist and survival expert, Bear Grylls is most at home in the great outdoors. Famed for presenting a number of wilderness television shows both in the UK and the US, Bear is a born survivor. Entertaining audiences with his charm and wit, the explorer is well-placed to facilitate a conference, or deliver a motivational after-dinner speech on his incredible outdoor antics.
A Falklands War Veteran, Simon Weston returned from the war with 46% burns and facial disfigurement. Despite this, Simon radiates optimism and his story is one of courage and strength. A highly sought-after motivational speaker, he not only talks about overcoming adversity and positive mental attitude but also his experiences of being in the public eye over the last 30 years.
Former Captain of Scotland and British Lions Rugby, Gavin Hastings is one of Scotland's most famous sporting motivational and after dinner speakers. As managing director of his own consultancy, Gavin handles sponsorship and corporate branding. He offers audiences insight into what it takes to be a great team player and leader, showing how we can apply the lessons learned on the rugby pitch to a business environment.
Former UK Foreign Secretary and MP for Richmond Yorkshire, William Hague is the Leader of the House of Commons. His vast experience in the political world makes him well-placed to discuss the future of the UK post-Brexit. Also co-Founder of the Preventing Sexual Violence Initiative and columnist for The Daily Telegraph, William is an engaging political speaker adept at covering relevant and topical current affairs.
It all started with one ice-cream van for Duncan Bannatyne – the hard-hitting dragon from Glasgow – and he’s been whipping companies into shape ever since. The owner of hotels, health clubs and bars, Duncan is known for appearing on the BBC’s ‘Dragons Den’. As a keynote speaker or panelist, he motivates budding entrepreneurs with his rags to riches
Passionate and straight-talking, Karren Brady (Baroness Brady of Knightsbridge CBE) has become one of the business world’s most popular motivational and after-dinner speakers. Best-known for her roles as Managing Director at Birmingham City FC, Vice Chairman of West Ham United FC and advisor to Alan Sugar on BBC series The Apprentice, Karren has a fantastic knowledge base and level of experience to give genuine insights into leadership, change and overcoming adversity.
A great keynote and conference speaker on topics such as business leadership, entrepreneurship, women in business and retail, Deborah is a British multi-millionairess and well known dragon who launched her own glass and ceramics export company straight out of business college. She then went on to set up one of the first Stefanel fashion franchises in the UK.
Andrew made his first class debut for Lancashire in 1995, and international honours came when he made his Test Match debut in 1998 vs South Africa. His One Day International debut followed in 1999 vs Pakistan. Andrew made his biggest impact for England in the summer of 2005, when he played a major role in regaining the Ashes from Australia.