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Noreena Hertz is a renowned thought leader and economist with an impressive track record in predicting global trends. In 2017 Noreena launched her own show MegaHertz:London Calling on Sirius XM in the US, providing insights and analysis on what is happening in Europe and also a European take on what is happening in the US.
"One of the world's leading thinkers" The Observer
Previously she was ITV News' Economics Editor where she led ITV's economics coverage. She has given Keynote speeches at TED, The World Economic Forum and Google Zeitgeist sharing platforms with President Bill Clinton, James Wolfensohn and David Beckham amongst others. Noreena's thinking was the inspiration for Product (RED), which has raised hundreds of millions of dollars for the fight against HIV/AIDS in Africa. Most recently she has been exploring the world of today's teenagers, who she has coined "Generation K", with articles published in the UK, US, Europe and China. Noreena has a PhD from Cambridge University and an MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. She is a Visiting Professor at University College London.
What she offers you
Her thoughtfully tailored keynote speeches combine a deep analytical understanding of global trends, threats and opportunities with practical solutions for how to make smarter decisions in a complex world. Noreena leaves her audience with a clearer vision for the future, arming them with better strategies that can prepare an organisation for the future, and also inspiring them.
How she presents
Noreena delivers highly respected, passionate messages to both grassroots organisations as well as worldwide corporations and is also a great chair at numerous events around the world.
She presents in English.
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