You made a great impression on us. With a risk of telling you what you already know; you have an absolute world class, unique talent combining vision, strategy and challenge which, based on your lovely sense of humour, is incredibly effective to open minds. Thank you.
“Fans of James Bond must get hold of this superb book by distinguished historian Jeremy Black. Black explores the enduring global fascination with Ian Fleming’s incredible creation, the legendary superspy 007, who comes to the defense of the Britons in this most recent dangerous dark age. With insight and flair, Blackrelates the Bond books and movies produced over the past sixty years to today’s kaleidoscopic real-world nightmares of superpower confrontation and international terrorism. In Jeremy Black, Mr. Bond has finally met his match!”
"Jeremy Black is a scintillating writer who understands our culture brilliantly—his is the definitive take on Britain's Greatest Spy."
“Inge is very approachable and responsive to work with and tailors what she provides to what is requested. Her area of expertise could not be more relevant for anyone needing to focus on better gender balance.”
"Inge delivered a thoroughly professional, thought provocative and stimulating session. The workshop was repeated twice during the afternoon and both slots overran due to numerous questions and interesting debate generated by the participants. I would thoroughly recommend Inge as a speaker or facilitator at any workshop related to gender and diversity."
“Inge gave a great presentation based on her refreshing and innovative approach "Being Gender Smart". Inge is a very enthousiastic speaker and challenged our conventional ways of thinking. Inge succeeded to engage the participants and her workshop transformed our anniversary event into a very inspirational session.”
“Inge delivered a very insightful and powerful talk. The views and topics discussed were backed up with factual research which really resounded with our group..”
‘As for Gyles – he was a triumph!’
‘This is the third year he has done it and it was better than ever – beyond brilliant, completely perfect.’
‘A standing ovation at the end of the best presentation I have ever heard . . . Pure genius and amazing research.’
‘A standing ovation on a wet Wednesday in January – amazing. It was the best speech I have ever heard.’
I have worked with Guy as moderator on two occasions, once for Bafta and once for the BBC. On both occasions he brought the technology and its implications to life for a non-technical audience, emphasising not only the opportunities but the managerial challenges they would have to face. Guy has a rare talent in that he is authoritative as well engaging as a moderator. He has a robust journalistic approach to his subject matter and marries this with a very personable on-stage manner.