Ian Angell is an accomplished author who applies his research to archaeology, crystallography, medicine, management, physics and social sciences. He is well known as a futurologist and in particular for his predictions for the Enterprise of the Future.
Rasmus Ankersen, an ex-footballer, bestselling author and entrepreneur, is also a speaker on performance development and organisational attitude: a trusted advisor to businesses and athletes around the world.
Susan Annunzio is the President and CEO of The Center for High Performance (CfHP). She is a key figure in providing corporate strategy advice to organisations going through large-scale transition. A former professor at the Graduate School of Business at the University of Chicago, she also has a background in consulting.
Keith Antoine is a performance coach working in both business and sport. He divides his time between enhancing the performance management / people development skills of business leaders and preparing another batch of athletes for the challenges beyond Rio and into the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics.
Charles Armstrong is a social entrepreneur based in London. He founded The Trampery in 2009 to develop new kinds of workspace for startups and creative communities. Since then the Trampery has opened ten further sites in London including specialist facilities for fashion, digital arts, travel and retail.
Gerald Ashley has over thirty years experience in international financial markets, having worked for Baring Brothers in London and Hong Kong, and the Bank for International Settlements in Basel, Switzerland. He is now a leading thinker and consultant on business risk and decision making.
Jacques Attali, an eminent economic advisor was nominated by the French President Nicolas Sarkozy as the head of the Commission to promote French Growth. In 1990 he became the first president of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, EBRD.
Stephen Attenborough is at the forefront of space tourism. He is the Commercial Director for Virgin Galactic, a company wholly owned by Sir Richard Branson's Virgin Group which is on track to become the world's first passenger carrying commercial spaceline.
James Averdieck is the founder and former Managing Director of Gü Chocolate Puds, the fastest growing food company in UK and a brand credited with revolutionising the quality of desserts. His latest venture, The Coconut Collaborative, sells luxury yoghurt made from coconut milk, free from dairy, soya and gluten.
Ed Balls is a broadcaster, writer and economist. He is a Research Fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School and Visiting Professor at King's College London, co-Chair of the UK Holocaust Memorial Foundation and Vice-President and former Chairman of Norwich City Football Club.