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The 2Cellos’ version of Smooth Criminal became a huge YouTube hit; it led to a recording deal and a tour with Elton John, who calls them “astonishing.” Luka and Stjepan now have TV credits from Jay Leno to Glee - and over 55 million views of Thunderstruck! They perform with or without drums.

While parkour has awe-inspiring jumps, freerunning brings expression. 3RUN are masters of the art. They perform action sequences for launches, feature films and commercials. Live shows range from 3-5 minute high energy bursts to longer LED-based routines and parkour demonstrations.

Rob Broderick and his multi-instrumentalist partner James Hancox invite audience suggestions on almost any subject and instantly turn them into a funky hip-hop track. Dick & Dom’s house band has been hailed as ‘Flight of the Conchords meets 8 Mile.‘ For bigger audiences they grow to a four-man act.

As a junior officer taking command of the ‘worst-performing ship in the Pacific Fleet’ Mike faced a daunting challenge and a test of his leadership. From his first day he looked at the ship from the crew’s point of view, empowering them, opening up lines of communication, and putting them at the core of the ship’s values. A year from him taking over the ship was rated as the best in the Navy. His lessons in culture, motivation and unity have spread beyond the military and into business, helping all organisations to be the best and prepare for the future.

With a wonderfully relaxed style, the Fosters award nominee tells stories about everyday trivia, how his dad lied to him as a child, what Romans would have made of texting, and safari parks with no lions (due to strong winds). The Standard have described him as ‘delightfully whimsical and deliciously daft.’

Made up of 20 Academy of Contemporary Music students, ACM feel more like a rock group than a traditional gospel choir. They’ve collaborated with Guy Chambers, performed at Wembley at the FA Cup Final and sung for The Queen – and provided stings for awards ceremonies.

Carlos Acosta is one of the greatest ballet dancers of all time, alongside Nureyev and Baryshnikov. One of 11 children born into poverty in back street Havana, his father hoped dance might provide the discipline to keep him away from trouble. He rose to become Principal Guest Artist at The Royal Ballet and has since realised his dream of setting up a company in Cuba. Reaching beyond dance enthusiasts, Carlos encourages all delegates to harness their strengths.

Kaye’s credits stretch from news to talk shows via live debates, car and design programmes. She continues to host Radio Scotland’s morning show.

Nicola was the first ever female Olympic boxing champion and the first Brit to successfully defend an Olympic boxing title. After golds in London and Rio she turned pro and now faces new challenges. A popular figure in and out of the ring, she has spoken openly about challenges both personal and professional, the role of sport in helping her deal with problems, as well as her dedication, focus and the feeling of facing an opponent one-on-one.

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