NMBS has released full details of its speaker line-up for the 2016 Conference, taking place in Lanzarote in June. Shed Simove, an entrepreneur who was involved in the launch of Big Brother and Celebrity Big Brother on Channel 4, will be updating the Conference on his latest product ideas and initiatives.
As well as top economist and journalist David Smith and management journalist Matthew Gwyther, the line-up includes Christina Harbridge, a business speaker and expert in behavioural change philosophy. Offering an very interactive session, Harbridge. aims to bring something exciting and refreshing to the conference session, by creating networking opportunities in a relaxed environment, while stimulating thinking on key disciplines such as leadership.
Also speaking will be Brian Holliday, managing director for Siemens Digital Factory and a supervisory board member for the British High Value Manufacturing Catapults, which seek to stimulate growth through innovation in manufacturing. He will be sharing his thoughts on increasing productivity across every type of business.
Kerridge Commercial Systems will give a real world insight into ‘Making Online Work for your Business’. The presentation will include an industry overview, key trends and factors that can impact business effectiveness online.
Deri Llewellyn-Davis is a speaker, entrepreneur, adventurer and author and he will be showing his, accessible and tangible ‘strategy on a page’ methodology, which helps leaders in both FTSE 500 and independent companies to take their businesses (and themselves) to the next level.
Jonathan McDonald will talk about dealing with perpetual change and how to think differently about the future of business, society and technology. He is an acclaimed author and entrepreneur who expands people’s thinking around the potential of technology, the shaping of society and the realities of doing successful business in a fast-paced and ever changing world.
Mark Rhodes, an established industry speaker, mentor and trainer in achieving sales success, who will infuse delegates with his expert skill set of analysing what to do, when to do it and how do it, with the right mindset.
The Key Note Speaker for day two is Verne Harnish, the founder Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO). For 15 years, he chaired EO’s premiere CEO program, the ‘Birthing of Giants’ and WEO’s ‘Advanced Business’ executive program, both held at MIT.
Rene Carayol will bring together the gravitas of blue chip businesses with the theatre of television and radio. Combining insight and inspirational advice gained from spending time in boardrooms all over the world, he has the ability to make the complex simple and has the ability to inspire even the most cynical to change.