Motivational Speakers

After Dinner Speakers

An after dinner speaker is one of the most important elements of an event to captivate and entertain your audiences.

Whether you want a well-known face, entertaining anecdotes or an interesting life-story, book some of the most in-demand inspirational and motivational speakers, athletes and celebrities and Raise the Bar at your event.

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Sir Ranulph Fiennes

Often described as ‘the World’s Greatest Living Explorer’, Sir Ranulph Fiennes also made it into the record books by completing seven marathons on seven continents in seven days – not long after receiving emergency heart surgery. He then took up climbing, starting with the North Face of the Eiger. At the age of 65, and on his third attempt, Ran became the oldest person to conquer Everest.

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Geoff Ramm

Described by FORBES magazine as ‘A Game Changer’. Geoff Ramm is an inspirational keynote speaker and the creator and author of Celebrity Service & Celebrity Service Superstars.

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Steph McGovern

Steph McGovern is a British television personality for the BBC and most known for her work on the BBC Breakfast.

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Phil Spencer

Phil Spencer is a presenter, author, businessman and property investor. As co-presenter of the long-running Channel 4 series Location Location Location, he has become one of the best-known faces on British television, and is widely credited as being an expert in all things property related. Over the last 16 years he has hosted numerous TV series and continues to be an anchor for Channel 4 viewing figures.

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Will Greenwood MBE

Will Greenwood is not one to shy away from high pressure, highly competitive situations. Having started working life on the City trading floor he went on to become the second highest try scorer in English rugby history and helped power England to a glorious victory at the Rugby World Cup in 2003.

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