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Lucy advises businesspeople and public figures on stress, addiction and performance anxiety. As a mental health expert, Lucy has authored of a number of acclaimed fiction and non-fiction books and is a regular panelist on the TV show Jeremy Vine on 5.

Blake are three classically trained singers bringing a fresh sound to opera and pop tunes. They have serenaded Dame Shirley Bassey and recorded the soundtrack to the Da Vinci Code.

Mel is Microsoft’s former Digital Evangelist, responsible for the software giant’s on-line ad services plus their use of social media. He is the co-author of the book Pioneers of Digital in which he speaks to some of the biggest names in online with lessons from Apple, Google, and the 2008 Obama campaign. Mel is passionate about the power of online as a key part of a brand and how company strategy must be flexible in this fast-changing environment.

Graham started work on anti-virus software 25 years ago, long before the term cybersecurity was coined. In a gripping presentation he describes the damage caused by targeted attacks - from theft of data and IP to loss of reputation. He reveals the real-world, everyday nature of many attacks, from ransomware to spear-phishing emails and the often quite mundane ways in which companies, even the likes of Google and Facebook, have lost millions through security gaps that are as likely to be human as technical.

The former Sky News reporter now presents Scottish national business, politics, sports and entertainment news from Glasgow.

Andreas has become one of Europe’s leading digital futurists. His best-selling book, The Google Code, explores a company that has become culturally, technologically and commercially one of the most important in history. He tackles the intersection between building a successful business and striving towards a more equal digital society.

Influential writer, podcaster and investor, Tim has worked with Uber and Facebook, has written the bestsellers The 4-Hour Workweek and Tools of Titans: The Tactics, Routines, and Habits of Billionaires, Icons, and World-Class Performers, and is the host of the hugely successful Tim Ferriss Show podcast that regularly deconstructs world-class performers.

Allister Frost is the former Head of Digital Marketing for Microsoft. In his time at the company he was responsible for campaigns including Windows Vista, Windows 7, and the ‘I’m a PC’ campaign. Prior to the software giant Allister worked on consumer brands for Kimberly Clark. Now working with companies from Sony to mining company Anglo-American, Allister examines not just how the digital world operates now, but how it will operate in a few years time. In an age where Twitter and Facebook have become world-conquering businesses in just a few years, he seeks to explain how businesses can keep up, and avoid falling for the hype.

An expert in brand and marketing, Scott is also a vital commentator on the tech industry and the part it plays in our lives. In his book The Four he examines how the biggest tech companies in the world have focused on basic human needs and, by design and by accident, exploited them for huge commercial gain. He considers the important lessons from the evolution of these companies, what new and competing businesses need to know about operating alongside them, and whether they in turn stand to be disrupted by unpredictable forces from new startups to regulation and policy.

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