“Nowadays companies are constantly lapped by wave after wave of huge upheaval and I think that puts a premium on agility, on creativity, and on adaptability of personnel”
Andrew Neil’s world-wide experience, coupled with his innate understanding of world media makes him a first class speaker over a wide range of topics including his dramatic vision of the future world of work, Electronic Commerce and the future for Europe. He pinpoints the new qualities needed and changes required that are essential to be successful in the future.
At the helm of The Sunday Times through much of the 1980’s and 1990’s, Andrew Neil had probably the highest public profile of any British Newspaper Editor this century. It is his ability to provoke discussion and challenge how people think that makes him a formidable communicator and leader.
Andrew Neil is CEO, The Spectator, Spectator Business & Apollo. His television hosting includes This Week (BBC1), Daily Politics (BBC2), Straight Talk (BBC News 24) and Sunday Politics (BBC1). He is the Chairman, ITP Magazine Group (Dubai) and Chairman, World Media Rights (London).
He is a witty and insightful speaker on The Information Revolution, Competing in the Electronic World, Leadership, The Learning Organisation, Change Management, and European Economy & Monetary Union
“Very professional and an excellent speaker for our event.” Knight Frank
“Andrew was an excellent presenter with the right mix of amusing and informative. The way he facilitated the Q&A was also excellent.” Lloyds TSB Bank PLC
“Very professional, charming, entertaining and a pleasure to work with.” Moneycorp
“His presentation was superb and many delegates said so afterwards. There were many delegates who wanted to ask questions at the end which Andrew answered adeptly. His is structured, articulate and made the world of politics and economics not only interesting to our delegates but was founded on common sense. Afterwards he mixed with delegates over lunch” John Mills MD Landmark Wholesale
“Incisive and very funny. Was great to have him stay on for drinks – we appreciated it.” Clyde & Co