Here’s a round up of our 2019 Adoreum Club Breakfast Series.
We kicked of the year with Sir Clive Woodward talking about how to create a “winning culture” with Nick Hart following in Feb with his unbelievable stories about dressing some of the most influential people around the world. Up next was Jim Mellon who provided a fascinating insight into the science and companies involved in developing field of enabling people to live longer and happier lives. In April we were joined by Angus Forbes who explained his plans to create a governing body for the biosphere Global Planet Authority. Here at Adoreum we support a number of charities including Unicef and we were lucky enough to have Mike Penrose share his extensive experience of crisis and emergency response field work within fragile environments. In June Dominic McVey took to the stage discussing what it’s like to be an entrepreneur today and his key message was “we need to drive change not just on the ground but also in the industries we work in.” Post summer, Dean Stott kicked of Q3 with stories from his impressive career in the SBS and achievement of being the first man to cycle the length of the Pan-American Highway in under 100 days. In 2017 Jack Kreindler spoke at an Adoreum Club and were lucky enough to persuade him back to discuss the title “reflections on recent travels into the future of human health, performance, living long and prospering.” Clive Jackson drew this year’s series to an end with a fascinating talk about the challenges facing the aviation industry with respect to climate change and carbon emissions. We would like to say a BIG thank all to all of our guest speakers for supporting us this year and look forward to the 2020 series.
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