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Defining a contextually relevant media strategy with gobal appeal. Conceptualizing together with the Henley & Partners global marketing team. Execution and delivery across multiple markets....

Speaking to a large senior audience of 800 senior business leaders about the future of marketing, how it will effect our way doing business and what we should do today to get ready....

Speaking to finance directors about what finance can learn from luxury, what the underlying, shared and transferable principles are and how correct 'translation' can yield better returns for any business....

Speaking to senior marketers aboard a fantastic cruise ship about what we can learn from luxury. How does luxury create value and what are the underlying principles that trancend industry boundaries?...

Speaking to finance professionals about what finance can learn from luxury, what the underlying, shared and transferable principles are and how correct 'translation' can yield better returns for any business....

Engaging with senior marketers on a debate on how brands can build stronger communities, create better loyalty with customers and how to create value over time....

Speaking to Henley executive students about excellence in customer experience. What are the key factors, what is needed to achieve excellence and how do we do it? Taking inspiration from Luxury Concierge Services....

Talking to senior business professionals at the London Gherkin on the future of marketing, what senior leaders need to understand about it and how personal branding can promote smart leadership....

Speaking to finance professionals about what finance can learn from luxury, what the underlying, shared and transferable principles are and how correct 'translation' can yield better returns for any business....