"Such a wonderful, fizzing chemistry lab of a conference"

Kate Maltby, Writer and critic.


“Take an eclectic group of 150 interesting and interested people hand-picked from the worlds of business, culture, academia, policy, technology and media - approximate to the number of countries in the world. Put them together for a series of encounters - over breakfast, lunch, tea, supper, to hear polemic, panels, see performance, and move between some of the finest venues in the UK and you have networking the NNN way”

Julia Hobsbawm, OBE, Founder and Curator, Names Not Numbers

Participants 25th - 26th September

(Job titles and companies may vary, full list will be made available just prior to event)

Gloria Abramoff, Managing Director, Tonic Productions
Lara Agnew                       
Louise Ahuja, Director, Lansons
Yasmin Alibhai-Brown, Columnist, The Independent
Nick Allen, International business adviser, energy transition
David Amstel, Advertising / Marketing professional
Susan Angoy, Author, Mentor & Charitable Board Trustee
Lyndsay Baker, Future Fifty Programme Manager, Tech City UK
Alaric Bamping, Editorial Intelligence
Diane Banks, Literary & Talent Agent, Diane Banks Associates
Stephen Barber, Group Managing Director & Group Head of Communications, Pictet Group
Oli Barrett MBE, Director, Co-Sponsorship Agency & Make Your Mark with a Tenner
Sir Peter Bazalgette, Chair, Arts Council England
Linzi Blakey, HR Director – Projects, Vodafone PLC
Theo Borgvin Weiss, Editorial Intelligence
Fabia Bromovsky, Chief Executive, Rothschild Foundation
Charlie Burgess, Editorial Director & Board Member, Editorial Intelligence
Miriam Chapman, Fellow, Year Here
Louisa Clarke, Director, The Caffeine Partnership
Judith Clegg, CEO of Takeout; Founder Glasshouse and LiveKind
Zaki Cooper, Director of Philanthropy and Communications, Dorfman Family Office
Carolyn Dailey, Founder, The Dailey Partnership
Philippa Dale-Thomas, Business Growth Coach and Consultant
Armand D'Angour, Classicist and Musician, Jesus College Oxford
Andrew Davidson, Creative Education Consultant, The Sorrell Foundation
Jeremy Dodd, Director, Stratton & Reekie
Karla Dorsch, Managing Director, Piedmont St James
Marcus Du Sautoy, New College, Oxford
Beth Dubow
Katri Eeva, Doctoral Researcher, University of Oxford
Herb Enmarch-Williams
Simon Fanshawe, Partner, Diversity by Design
Angela Ferreira, Television & Events Producer, A Joy Media
Stephen Fleming, Editor eiDigest, Editorial Intelligence
Claire Fox, Director, Institute of Ideas
Sarah Frost, Portfolio Career Owner: writer, project manager, charity volunteer
Julia Gallop, Business consultant
John Gapper, Chief Business Commentator, Financial Times
Giles Gibbons, CEO/Founder, Good Business
Kate Gordon, Founder and CEO, London Art Studies
Ross Gow, Managing Partner, Acuity Reputation
Mayur Gupta, Fellow, Year Here
Patricia Hamzahee, Founder, Integriti Capital
Charles Handy, Writer, Lecturer & Broadcaster  
Elizabeth Handy, Photographer
Fiona Harris, Director of International Public Relations, Corinthia Hotel
Justine Harris, Head of Corporate Transparency, Vodafone Group Plc
Margaret Heffernan, Entrepreneur, CEO and Writer
Sir John Hegarty, Worldwide Creative Director, Bartle Bogle Hegarty
Maurice Helfgott, Chairman, Amery Capital Ltd
Margaret Hill, Former Chief Adviser Editorial Policy, BBC   
Julia Hobsbawm
, CEO, Editorial Intelligence          
Bailey Ingram, Public Policy Senior Manager, Vodafone    
Rohini Jansari, Managing Director, View Optics Ltd
Hywel Jarman, Director of External Affairs, EEF - The Manufacturers Organisations
Sonja Jöchtl, Managing Director, European Forum Alpbach Foundation
Tim Johns, Partner, Change Agency
Evi Kahle, Executive Organizational & Leadership Consultant
David Kean, Founding Partner, The Caffeine Partnership
John Kelly, Editor, Thus Magazine
Sarah Kemp, Senior Communications Manager, Vodafone
Baroness Helena Kennedy QC, Principal, Mansfield College
Masaki Kihara, Scenario Analyst, Strategy & Business Environment, Shell
Zella King, Co-Founder, Personal Boardroom
Matthew Kirk, Group External Affairs Director, Vodafone
Dr Kobi Kremnitzer, Fellow and Tutor in Mathematics, Oriel College Oxford and pianist    
Roman Krznaric, Author and Founder of the Empathy Museum
Joel Lewis, Manager of International Regulatory Affairs, Lloyd's
Julia Llewellyn Smith, Journalist and author
Tom Maddocks, Director, Media Training Associates
Amy Maines, Branding & Corporate Identity Manager, Group Communications, Pictet Group
Ian Marber, Nutrition Consultant
Holly Marriott, Founder, Eighteen O Four
Henry Mason, Managing Director, Trendwatching.com
Simon Matthews, Founder, Matters
Kirsty McFarland, Head of Courses, The Oxford School of Drama
Frances Morris, Director, Tate Modern
Bejay Mulenga, Co-founder, Supa Academy
Hermian Murinik                      
Sophie Murray, Head of Marketing, Harrods  
Laura Musins, Editorial Production and Office Manager, Editorial Intelligence  
Simon Myers, Director, Something More Near
Gareth Neame, Managing Director (CEO), Carnival Films
Rabbi Baroness Julia Neuberger DBE, Senior Rabbi, West London Synagogue
Daniel Joseph Newman, Facilitator/ Process Designer, Matter Solutions Ltd
Professor Tim Newman, Vice-Principal (Research), University of Dundee
Bridget Nicholls, Founder, Pestival
Lindsay Nicholson, Research Immunologist               
Richard Ovenden, Bodley's Librarian, Bodleian Libraries, University of Oxford
Adam Paker
Jennifer Paker
George Peck,
Principal, Oxford School of Drama
Barbara Peric, Upscale Programme Manager, Tech City UK
Elizabeth Perry, Communication Executive, Vodafone Group
Judy Piatkus, Founder, Conscious Cafe
Archie Philipps
Karin Pointner, Head of Admissions, Ashdown Academy
Dr Alice Prochaska, Principal, Somerville College
Zheela Qaiser, Creator & Programme Director of Upscale, Tech City UK
Dr Nicola Rollock, Deputy Director, Centre for Research in Race & Education, University of Birmingham
Henrietta Royle, Chief Operating Officer, British Bankers Association
Isabella Sandor, Editorial Intelligence
Khadija Saye, Photographer/Freelance Educator, Freelance/London Transport Museum
Alexei Sayle
Habie Schwarz, Photographer, Research Director, Spotlight Research and Consultancy
Robyn Scott, Co-Founder and CEO, Apolitical
Professor Sir Nigel Shadbolt, Director, Web Science Institute and Principal, Jesus College, Oxford
Geraldine Sharpe-Newton, Consultant, SharpeConnections, eiAmbassador        
Steve Shepperson-Smith, Senior Media Relations Manager, Vodafone Plc  
Alice Sherwood,
Senior Visiting Research Fellow, The Policy Institute at King's, King’s College London
Shanice Shields, Vodafone
Michael Simpson, Programme Manager, Year Here

Alistair Smith, Managing Director, Corporate Communciations, Barclays
Andrew St George, Author, Academic, Special Advisor, Leadership Consultant.
Wendell Steavenson, writer
Deb Thomson, Deputy Bureau Chief, CBS News
Brigitte Trafford,
Chief Corporate Affairs Officer, Virgin Media
Rebecca Trengove, Director of Marketing and Communications, University of Dundee
Frank Trentmann, Professor of History, Birkbeck College, University of London
Peter Tufano, Peter Moores Dean, Said Business School
Thomas Veit, Director of External Relations, University of Dundee
Dr Marc Ventresca, Economic Sociologist, Saïd Business School, University of Oxford
Ana-Maria Vera, concert pianist and Founder, Bolivia Clasica
Sandy Walkington, Liberal Democrat county councillor, St Albans South
Rachael Ward, Professional Development Coach
Simon Warr, Communications Director, NATS
Ruby Wax, actress, mental health campaigner, lecturer, and author
Francesca Weal, Partner, Weal Architects
Matthew Wherry, Director/Founder/Editor in Chief, Wherry Media Ltd/Impolite Conversation
Patricia Williams, Trustee, Dartington Hall Trust
Ngaire Woods, Dean of the Blavatnik School of Government and Professor of Global Economic Governance, University of Oxford
Adrian Wooldridge, Management Editor and Schumpeter Columnist, The Economist
Peter York, Cultural Commentator & Associate, Editorial Intelligence

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