It is with great pleasure, and a little trepidation, that we announce that one of the world’s political heavyweight commentators will be our host and guest speaker at our 2017 Changing Behaviours event.
To be hosted at the House of Commons, could there be a more appropriate or prestigious location, Andrew will share his views on probably the most important Changing Behaviours event in our lifetime’s – Brexit.
It promises to be an evening of enlightenment, insight and maybe political intrigue, as Andrew shares his insights and views on one of the most important and divisive political and business decisions this century. Like previous Changing Behaviours events, that have included the likes of Eddie Jones, the England Rugby Coach, the evening will be an entertaining mix of informal drinks and dinner with like-minded leaders of industry and marketers.
As you would expect, places are strictly limited. So please respond promptly to join us as our guest at this prestigious event. If you would like to secure a place please RSVP to Holly McBean.
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A lifelong political commentator, Andrew is an award-winning journalist who has written for The Economist, edited The Independent (1996–98), been political editor of BBC News (2000–05) and, today, hosts The Andrew Marr Show (formerly Sunday AM) (2005-present).
An aficionado of political history, Andrew has presented BBC programmes covering the History of Modern Britain, the Making of the World and Queen Elizabeth.
He has ‘interviewed’ everyone from Prime Ministers to Presidents, from Blair to Putin. In fact, Sunday mornings wouldn’t be Sunday mornings without Andrew’s devilish grin, quick wit and piercing questions waiting to skewer the over-confident politician; like a ‘smiling assassin’.Read more