Whether you require a link presenter or a conference chair to conduct in-depth interviews and moderate debates, Nadine will help you deliver an exceptional live event. She works closely with businesses, organisations, production companies, communication and speaker agencies. As well as being in demand to chair and moderate events, she is also called upon to plan, design, write, produce and/or direct live events as well.
Nadine works with a diverse range of businesses and organisations on their live events programmes and her national and international client list includes Danone, Infosys, PwC, Heathrow Airport, Credit Suisse, Vodafone, Sage, Aggreko, Kellogg’s, The Candy Group, RBS, Camelot, AXA, WorldPay, Trinity Mirror, VeriSign, Heidelberg, EPCA, Capita and American Express, to name but a few.
Whether your goal is to motivate people, focus the discussion, tap into expert insight, communicate a company’s vision clearly or recognise achievement, as an independent presenter, Nadine plays a key role in ensuring that your live event is compelling, engaging, imaginative, innovative and inspiring.
Nadine was an inspiration to us all over the two days with a fantastic ability to have the right level of presence for the purpose of making sure everyone was as engaged as possible. From my perspective Nadine was a pleasure to work with, her attention to detail and desire to be absolutely 100% prepared and knowledgeable going into the event, gave me and our exec team immense confidence.
Over the two days Nadine really did have a great presence and made the presenters and the delegates feel at home at their event, she kept the pace going so well and always picked up on any gems that came through the two days.
We would have no hesitation in recommending Nadine but in addition we would love to work with her again. Sage UK
“Nadine is an experienced, warm, professional presenter with a natural ability to engage and connect with an audience.”
Click here to find out why Nadine works with a variety of clients, production companies and speaker agencies.
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