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Facebook's Marketing Director for six years, Randi Zuckerberg helped to expand Facebook from niche service to global social network. Randi led the company’s US election and international politics strategy, negotiating live streaming media partnerships and developing new ways to cover big stories. She shares insights and real-world scenarios of how social media power has and continues to change the way we live, conduct business and make plans.

Having grown Unruly from an idea charting the popularity of viral videos to a global online video advertising company sold to Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp for over £100m, Sarah has been perfectly positioned to see the rise of the UK tech sector. She also considers the power of online brand and marketing, what companies often misunderstand about the medium, as well as the future of the digital world.

David learned about retail as a Tesco buyer, before leading their expansion in underdeveloped markets in Eastern Europe and moving to Walmart in the US. Lured back to England, he took over at Halford’s as recession took hold – growing it against the trend. He quadrupled online sales before taking charge of the pizza delivery giant in Europe. In presentations David examines the lessons for supply chain collaboration, productivity across different regions, trying out new concepts and customercentricity in all channels.

Looking at some of the most disruptive elements in business today, Jonathan examines the effects of social media and the collaborative (or sharing) economy. His work at shipping giant Maersk won acclaim and awards, taking social media to an industry reluctant to embrace its power to tell stories and share vital, up-to-the-minute information. Now he helps businesses understand the power of social media both positive and negative, as well as how companies from Uber to Kickstarter are changing the world.

As Richard Branson’s right hand man, Will took the space tourism venture, Virgin Galactic, from a vague dream to a project with real spacecraft and its own spaceport. Now involved in businesses from communication to tech to cutting-edge transport systems, including as a long-term non-exec with online estate agents Purplebricks, Will also considers brand, disruption and innovation in a world of fast-changing technology and increasing customer expectations.

Matt’s design and website work led him to the realisation that many organisations overlook what should be their main focus: what does our customer actually want from us. In his acclaimed book The Ten Principles Behind Great Customer Experiences and in presentations, Matt looks at the simple, practical ways to revolutionise a business.

Starting his web design business aged just 11, Ben was running a company by the time he was studying for his GCSEs. Before he was 18 he was running a fully fledged online, branding and social media consultancy and was feted as the future of British business. As well as his entrepreneurial story Ben considers what companies need to do to create new customer relationships, particularly from the perspective of the so-called millennial.

With a background in financial marketing, Anthony and his partner set out to create the UK’s first new high street bank for 150 years. They fought through arcane and curious rules – for instance, you can’t be a bank unless the IT works with BACS, but you can’t use BACS until you are a bank. Metro is now open 7 days a week, focused on customer service and Anthony is now looking online for the next banking revolution. He shares the lessons learned about entrepreneurship, regulation and service company culture.

Lucian runs a candidate driven recruitment site that allows users to follow target employers and receive relevant updates from across the web. He is also one of the World Economic Forum’s Young Global Leaders and runs Take Heart India, which provides IT skills to blind students in rural areas. Lucian talks about the power of social networking and Generation Y – with its changing expectations, technological know-how and loyalty to skill, not employer.

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