Nadine currently presents CNBC’s IoT: Powering the Digital Economy – investigating how digital innovation is reshaping industries. She has also presented for Associated Press, BBC, CNN, SABC, Simply Money, Sky TV, Summit TV and Talk Radio. Named as ‘Financial Journalist of the Year’ for the Financial Times and Summit TV, Nadine has an in-depth knowledge of business and finance across the full business spectrum. She interviews entrepreneurs to CEOs of the FTSE 100 / Fortune 500, as well as key global players including Kofi Annan, Condoleezza Rice, Gerhard Schröder, Anders Fogh Rasmussen and Ban Ki-moon.
As founder and Media Director of PS Programmes, Nadine is passionate about her clients being able to engage and effectively connect with audiences, and delivers communications coaching, media training and crisis media programmes to some of the UK’s best-known brands, helping individuals and businesses to confidently excel on stage and on camera.
Nadine’s key services:
A big thank you for so expertly chairing and facilitating our CIA Brexit conference. The feedback has been very positive and we were all particularly impressed by the sharpness of your questions and ability to engage all the speakers and the audience.
She held the evening together brilliantly, shared some great insights and asked very pertinent questions.
Thank you for doing such an incredible job in hosting and facilitating our Annual Conference.
We were impressed by how Nadine leveraged her engaging personality to get the best from her interviewees and audience.
Your warm and engaging manner kept the day moving seamlessly and your contribution to the Q&A sessions was invaluable.
Click here to find out why Nadine works with a variety of clients, production companies and speaker agencies.
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