Karren Rita Brady, Baroness Brady CBE, is one of Britain's best known business women and a familiar face on our TV screens thanks to the phenomenal success of BBC1's The Apprentice, in which she serves as one of Sir Alan Sugar's two business assistants.
Karren has been an inspiration for many budding business entrepreneurs, especially women. In many respects, she has helped to break the traditional business mould set in a man's world and it has taken courage and determination - and sheer hard work - to do so. These commendable characteristics go to the core of Karren's business philosophy and explain her success as a sporting executive, newspaper columnist, author and novelist, not to mention TV presenter.
Karren has won many awards for services to business over the years, including being named Business Woman of the Year and Most Inspirational Woman of the Year. She is also a national newspaper columnist and has written four books, her latest one being a Sunday Times best seller.
Vicky Pryce is a leading economist working on UK, global and Eurozone issues. Vicky has held numerous senior postions in government and business, including Senior Managing Director at FTI Consulting, (2010-2013), Director General for Economics at the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS)(2002-2010) and Joint Head of the UK Government Economic Service. Before that she was Partner at London Economics and Partner and Chief Economist at KPMG after holding senior economic positions in banking and the oil sector.
Vicky is now Chief Economic Advisor at the respected Centre for Economics and Business Research (CEBR) where she considers both the economic situation, and the policy implications for business.
Vicky retains many links in the City, business and government offering a broad view of the economy. She works with many industries and government departments, including advising on the economic cases for proposed new airports and runways in the south east. She is the author of Greekonomics, an analysis of the Eurozone crisis and the implication of a Greek exit from the currency. After her trial and imprisonment on charges of perverting the course of justice in a high-profile case involving her ex-husband Chris Huhne, Vicky also published Prisonomics, looking at the economic value of prisons - where the current system is flawed and how to fix it.
David is a researcher and lecturer in international business with one of Ireland's leading Universities, whose personal interests have always focused on aspects of popular psychology, consumer behaviour, and choice. By combining these professional and personal passions with his love of the performance of mentalism, David has become a sought after speaker with a reputation for an innovative style that forces audiences to think critically about the challenges around them.
Having caught the bug for mind-reading and mentalism as a teenager, David has been honing his act for nearly 20 years. He has combined a childhood interest with his academic interests to create the remarkable set of skills that he is famous for today. Drawing inspiration from many sources and day to day observations, David's act is always developing and progressing, and he is always learning. David says "In my line of work you have to keep an open mind, so I'm always open to new lessons, new experiences and new technology. It's the only way you can keep up to date and stop your work getting stale."
Over the last number of years David Meade's sought after corporate services have established his reputation as a cornerstone international speaker on how organisations can work better, and his many successful BBC One TV projects have made him one of the most recognisable faces in the country.
The APMP UK Annual Conference will deliver learning to all levels of our community and is designed to enhance our existing program and further support you in your job. With attendance strictly limited and full delegate tickets only £490 + VAT for APMP members, we strongly recommend you secure your place now.
Refreshments and networking lunch is included in the price.
Attending the Conference will earn you 15 CEU points.