Robert Peston lined up as OAS speaker

By James Buckley - Wednesday, April 11, 2018 14:53

The Office Agents Society (OAS) has announced that Robert Peston, the Political Editor of ITV News and host of the weekly political discussion show Peston on Sunday, will be the keynote speaker at its first annual conference at the British Museum in Central London on Wednesday, 10 October 2018.

In addition to well know industry figureheads, other speakers at the all-day OAS event are confirmed as:

-David Ronan - Futurist speaker – David is founder of the technology and trends magazine Wired UK and editor-at-large regularly gives a unique insight into digital businesses, gadgets, new developments and the culture taking shape around them.

-Bronwen Maddox - Economic speaker - Bronwen is the director of the Institute for Government and whose previous track record includes editor at Prospect Magazine, Chief Foreign Commentator and Foreign Editor at The Times and journalist on the Financial Times

-Alan Chambers - Motivational speaker – Alan is the former Royal Marine (aka The Arctic Tractor) led the first unsupported UK expedition from Canada to the geographic North Pole. After taking disaffected British children to African classrooms with Channel 4, Alan showed us the method to making good with a new book: Lead Yourself To Success.

Matt Willcock, chairman of the OAS, says “We are delighted to be able to include such high profile and hugely respected speakers at our inaugural conference. The aim is to ensure that the event gives our members an opportunity to hear leading commentators in the fields of current affairs, technology and economics and how this may impact real estate. They will be joined on the day by a speaker panel that include figureheads from the office sector covering a range of current topics.

Matt adds, “Attendance of the conference brings with it 8 hours of CPD as well as raising money for our chosen charity, Small Steps – helping children with disabilities and their families - which sits at the heart of what we do.”

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