I have been fortunate enough to work with some of the very best clients in the world, from the marketing teams of Castrol and Google to the boards of Pepsico Europe and Orange. Sometimes I work for small internal teams – as I have for O2, Accenture, Ogilvy, ASDA and IBM – and sometimes I speak at my clients’ conferences – such as those for Sage, Experian, Morgan Stanley and Ernst and Young.
Some of the work I do – for clients such as Hiscox, Citigroup, HP and Roland – has been client-facing, often involving poker as corporate entertainment. A lot of my work these days, however, is internally focused training for organisations such as HSBC, AKQA, G4S, Diageo and Associated British Foods – great companies who want to get the edge and be the best. This work can still involve poker after the learning, by the way, but the focus for the vast majority of my work these days is the development of the people in the room.
I like to think that I have a great relationship with my past clients. I have worked with 80% of my clients more than once. The only exception to this is my conference clients because obviously it’s hard to appear at conferences two years in a row… although I have done that as well!
For testimonials from some of my past clients, please visit my testimonials page
where you can see some of them talking about how we met and what I have done for them. I am more than happy to put you in touch with past clients should you wish to speak to them to get a flavour of my work. People are obviously very busy but many of them will happily oblige.
Naturally, as a keynote and motivational speaker, most of my primary clients are corporations because they are the organisations who tend to hold the most conferences and off-site events. But they are by no means the full extent of my client-list. The following pages simply list many of my corporate, SME, public sector and charity clients and give a flavour of the many events companies and speaker agencies that I have worked with over the years.
One of the most notable clients I have worked with from this sector was the Association of Events Organisers in January 2012 when I spoke at their annual conference and was awarded the highest feedback score of any speaker over the two days. On the basis of this I was invited to speak at the annual event of their sister organisation, ESSA in September of that year.