Dave Birss

I wanted to extend my thanks for Fi again, for her wonderful Q&A hosting last night. It was amongst the liveliest post-screening Q&A’s I've ever seen which is exactly what we'd hoped for from this.  Do pass on our deep gratitude to her for so brilliantly bringing it all together.

Sky Arts Drama Premier Screening

Fi Glover

Fi Glover provided an opening speech and hosted The London and South East Regional Awards for The British Council for Offices. Feedback has been very positive, particularly comments regarding her beautiful voice and impressive command of the room. Her intro speech was compelling, appropriate and enjoyable and her pace and pitch during the actual awards ensured she kept the audience?s attention throughout. Fi was also friendly and straightforward to work with, and made time to be thoroughly briefed and prepared before the event and engage with the client over lunch. Many thanks for your help and we?ll be recommending her for other events.

THE BRITISH COUNCIL FOR OFFICES LONDON AND SOUTH EAST REGIONAL AWARDS

Fernando Tiberini

“Fernando knows how to deliver content competently while engaging and maintaining the interest of his audience – we highly recommend him without reservation.”

Lucía Sivertsen, Brand Market Communication Volvo CE

Fernando Tiberini

“Fernando’s energy was infectious, his stage presence captivating and he set the tone for a relaxed and convivial evening.”

Yves Romestan, Dir. Group Communications Alliance Boots

Fernando Tiberini

“Fernando is the voice and soul of our International MINI Dealer Experiences. He is always very well prepared and extremely consistent in delivering messages across multiple languages. We trust him to present to thousands of our closest business partners.”

Marc Lengning, Head of MINI Brand Management

Eric Lampert

“???? Likeable, sweeping the audience in the sheer energy of his performance. The strength of his scatty character rips through the room like a mini-hurricane. ”

Chortle

Dr. Lynda Shaw

Lynda’s presentation to our group was both original and thoroughly relevant, encouraging and empowering our employees to better engage with themselves and our customers through simple but highly effective, common-sense techniques.

Chris Houfe, Sales Director, The Great British Card Company

Dr. Lynda Shaw

Lynda Shaw is an incredible inspiring woman with a true passion for her subject which clearly shows in her presentation. She is lively, funny and gives some clear views on an otherwise complicated subject leaving you wanting to hear more. Knowing how your brain works and what you need to do in order to make the best of it is quite incredible. Our delegates loved Lynda’s presentation and scored her very high marks. Lynda also showed us some very interesting ‘content’ in our brains. I can truly recommend Lynda to any organisation.

Anne-Marie Lose, Membership & Events Director, Customer Service Training Network.

Dr. Lynda Shaw

Dr Shaw’s insights into the behavioural and emotional factors we all experience are fascinating as well as a fresh and new. Her interactive training techniques have helped equip SOLLA advisers to explore the way they communicate and become more effective .....

Jane Finnerty Jt Chair SOLLA

Dr. Bettany Hughes

Bettany is an absolutely magnetic speaker. Our all-female audience were entranced and inspired by her wit and scholarship. She brought ancient civilisations alive and made the enigmatic and unknown Helen of Troy feel real, immediate and relevant to us.

The Kit-Kat Club

Dr. Bettany Hughes

Bettany Hughes takes her audience on an instant journey to the ancient world, from Persia to Greece and Rome. She has the brilliant and engaging ability to connect the history of those civilisations and individuals with science and contemporary philosophy and culture, using technology to bring the story to life and making sense of it all for a captivated audience.

Director of Historic Houses Association

Dr. Bettany Hughes

Bettany is brilliant at communicating her passion for, and knowledge of, the subject. She chaired our discussion at the Lyttelton Theatre with great ease, charm and warmth, skilfully encouraging him to examine the surprising relationship between Greek tragedy and Greek vase-paintings to the uninitiated but enthralled audience.

Sarah Mowat, Platforms Department, National Theatre