27th July 2014
Leading talent management agency, Kruger Cowne, have announced the launch of a series of Breakfast briefings at the prestigious Club at The Ivy.
The first in a series of monthly briefings, which will feature a mix of the iconic and the inspiring, will see BBC World Affairs Editor John Simpson, CBE and Adam Walker (Ocean Seven swimmer, adventurer and motivational speaker) share highlights and challenges from their personal journeys, at one of London’s most iconic private member’s residences to an intimate audience of invited guests.
Having reported from 41 active war zones and over 125 countries, Simpson has earned his reputation as one of the most authoritative and experienced journalists in the world, and continues to provide exemplary journalism for the BBC. Walker, who has already completed six of the seven world ocean swims, will attempt to complete his seventh challenge this August, making him the fifth person in the world to do so. Having received global media attention as a result of his adventures and near-death, injury ridden journey being escorted and saved by a school of dolphins from shark attack, his story of sales-man turned open-water swimmer is astounding.
As one of Europe’s leading speaker bureaus, Kruger Cowne represent some of the most sought after public figures in the world including Sir Bob Geldof, Elle Macpherson, Amanda Wakeley and Boris Becker. Having worked with world renowned talent for the past 15 years, Kruger Cowne are renowned for their roster of talent and reputation for delivering exceptional speaking engagements to a global clientele of corporate customers.
The Breakfast briefings will give attendees an exclusive insight into Kruger Cowne’s diverse roster of speaker talent and the morning events will entertain and inspire with respective speakers’ tales of resilience, dogged determination and the ultimate desire to realise their own capacity as a human-beings.
We congratulate Ahmed Dickinson on his stunning performance on the opening night of Cubanía at The Royal Opera House on Monday. Dickinson was part of the live Cuban band, providing the musical backdrop for the three-night sold out show, curated by world-renowned Cuban ballet star Carlos Acosta. Dickinson’s next performance will take place in Bath at The Bath Guitar Festival, Dickinson will perform with guitarist Hammadi Rencurrell and violinist Emma Blanco as part of the classical group Trio Mestizo. The festival runs until 3rd August. The Bath Chroncicle features the event here.
In this video Jessica gives an introduction to the PR event which takes place at the British Library, Euston.
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Right now, we’re a product of every thought we’ve ever had. When you digest that statement, the absolute importance of giving our minds positive events and conversations to process, becomes clear.
This isn’t fluff. The Harvard Business Review reported that in a meta-analysis of 225 academic studies, strong evidence of directional causality between life satisfaction and successful business outcomes was discovered. So happiness makes us better at business and to be happy we have to chop the dream killers and energy drainers out of our lives. Read the full article here.