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Keep in the loop and ahead of the curve with all the latest goings on here at CSA. You'll find news about our speakers, business trends and interesting articles on global events. Don't forget to keep an eye out for the latest books from our speakers too, and remember, our partnership with McGraw-Hill means you'll receive a range of great discounts on any books that capture your imagination.

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CSA News

  • Our conference attendees thought Joanna Lumley was excellent. They loved her - she is a delight.
  • Our fiscal group clients thought Julian Priestley was very approachable and gave an excellent speech.
  • Wow! Eddie Obeng was excellent, our technology summit attendees loved him. Very thought provoking.
  • Tim Foster was the highlight at our staff conference, the audience were fully engaged and enthusiastic.

Latest news

mar 29

Professor Noreena Hertz discusses the impact of 2 year timetable for Brexit.

mar 28

Bruce Dickinson talks about the importance of smaller music venues for social infrastructure.

New Books

Millennial Marketing: Bridging the Generation Gap: How Businesses and Brands Can Better Connect With and Engage Gen X/Y/Z, Baby Boomers and More
Millennial Marketing

Scott Steinberg

PUTSCH: PRINCIPLE, AMBITION, COMPROMISE, INTRIGUE, THREATS, SEX... WELL, THAT'S POLITICS...
PUTSCH

Julian Priestley

The Course of Love
The Course of Love

Alain de Botton

Other News

French election: Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen to fight for presidency

Centrist Emmanuel Macron will take on the far-right's Marine Le Pen in France's run-off election.

provided by BBC World News

Afghan defence chiefs resign over deadly Taliban attack

It follows Friday's killings, the Taliban's deadliest assault on Afghan forces since 2001.

provided by BBC World News

Article 308: Jordan scraps marriage loophole for rapists

Rapists could avoid jail if they married their victim, and stayed together for at least three years.

provided by BBC World News

Malaria: Kenya, Ghana and Malawi get first vaccine

It should prevent four in 10 cases of the disease, but it is the first "real world" trial.

provided by BBC World News

Venezuela protest death toll rises as injured woman dies

A woman hit by a bottle during a pro-government march on 19 April dies of her injuries.

provided by BBC World News