Blinc International’s Speakers Bureau will provide you access to a range of high profile and knowledgeable speakers for your next conference, or event. You may be looking for an MC for the night, an industry leader for a powerful in-house presentation, a band or string quartet for your Christmas party or a comedian for your social event.
Financial journalist and a former editor of the Age newspaper and currently writes and presents on business issues for the ABC and Fairfax organisations. Alan is the current publisher of the Eureka Report.
David Koch was voted by his peers as one of the top ten most influential money men in Australia. He’s also the immensely popular host of Sunrise, the Seven Network’s daily breakfast show with co-presenter Mel Doyle. David is passionate about communicating anybody can build wealth ‘ but you can start with love and laughter. In addition to Sunrise, David is the finance editor for the Seven Network and Prime, and the finance editor for the Macquarie Radio Network.
Dr Michael Porter is chairman of the think tank and economic consultancy the Tasman Institute.
Associate editor of the Eureka Report, Michael Pascoe is one of Australia’s favourite and recognized money men after serving as the Nine Network’s finance editor for 18 years. He now contributes to the Seven Network on business issues.
Author, presenter and chairman of the Financial Literary Foundation, Paul endeared himself to the public with his knack of making finance issues entertaining as the host of top rating show Money. A media commentator and conference speaker for more than 15 years, Paul is one of Austraia’s leading authorities on personal investment.
A money man for newspapers, radio and television for 18 years, Peter Switzer has authored Shares: Your Questions Answered, Beating Debt and Increasing Wealth, and GST: Your Questions Answered, which sold over 120,000 copies. He regularly contributes to the Australian and provides expert commentary to the ABC and Today Show.
The founder of BRW and Personal Investor Magazine, Robert Gottliebsen has spent 30 years communicating about financial issues.
Today’s finance editor Ross Greenwood formerly contributed to international news organisations CNN, Sky News and editor in chief of magazine Shares, and has been chairman of the 400 million dollar JUST superannuation scheme for journalists and entertainers.