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As BBC's Newsnight Chief Correspondent and Presenter, Laura Kuenssberg provides analysis of the latest stories both in the UK and internationally from a business, political and economics point of view. Formerly Business Editor for ITV News and prior to this she was Chief Political Correspondent for the BBC.
"A leading business journalist"
After a brief spell reporting from Newcastle, Laura joined The Daily Politics Show in 2003. She advanced to become the Chief Political Correspondent for the BBC. During her time at the BBC, she also reported for BBC News, Newsnight, The Today programme, and BBC Breakfast. She is one of the most high profile UK journalists on Twitter, using the social networking service to deliver breaking news. Laura has more than 60,000 followers. She won acclaim for her coverage of the 2010 General Election and the formation of the Coalition government. Other major stories Laura has covered include Barack Obama's Presidential campaign, the build-up to the Iraq war and the accession of the Eastern European countries into the EU from Prague, Warsaw and Berlin.
What she offers you
Laura Kuenssberg is a respected commentator on the world's current affairs and is revered for her penetrating insights of current global economic trends and policies.
How she presents
Laura provides organisations with the latest business and political insights. She takes her audiences to the frontline of commerce and industry against the background of the next general election in the UK and the eurozone crisis. Her training as a journalist and broadcaster make her well equipped to host and facilitate a wide range of events in all sectors of industry from panel debates to interviewing management and stakeholders on-stage.
She presents in English.
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