April 2020 Speaker News
This is a roundup of some speaker news from April including some more details on speakers offering virtual keynotes, some update biographies and feedback from some recent online events.
Known as the “Family Man” to many, motivational speaker Nick Saunders kindly sent us a short video clip relating to these current times, working from home and trying (if possible) to get on better with your family.
Author of Next Generational Leadership and keynote speaker Adam Kingl was recently interviewed on the mo.work website podcast – to listen to the podcast please follow the link.
In this time of lockdown it is still possible to help your furloughed staff with personal development and Chris Brindley has spoken at a number of online events helping clients with their development and preparations for what lies ahead when lockdown does ease. Details of Chris Brindley speaking work can be found on his webpage.
Futurist and Voice Technology expert James Poulter recently took part in the IT Glue Think Tank Digital Tech Festival. He also published a short filmed piece to camera on “Getting out of the Valley” discussing how to get on in this current lockdown environment. Click here to see more
We are delighted to have added Dr Sabrina Cohen-Hatton to the Scamp Speakers website. Sabrina is one of the UK’s leading firefighters and an inspirational speaker on breaking barriers. Fully details on her speaking topics and background can be found on her webpage.
Derrick Evans (aka Mr Motivator) recently deliver a workout session and short motivational speech on wellbeing for a client online for their staff and clients. Feedback was that Derrick was amazing and for more information on his fitness sessions can be found on his webpage.
Warren Knight has developed his speaking to include a virtual keynote speech on “Futuristic Thinking: Innovation and Digital Transformation” For details of Warrens full speaking topics can be found on his webpage
Winston Ben Clements has kindly updated his biography to highlight some of the new speaking topics he now covers.
For anyone working in the event industry, Mash Media has recently set up a community portal/forum for people working in the event industry to discuss any problems or issues they are facing. For more information on the portal please click on the link.
We continue to wish everyone the very best during these times and if we can help with anything in the meantime please do drop us a line on firstname.lastname@example.org