Nadine is one of the most knowledgeable and experienced TV and radio business presenters. Nadine currently presents CNBC’s IoT: Powering the Digital Economy – investigating how digital innovation is reshaping industries. Named as ‘Financial Journalist of the Year’ whilst she was London Markets Correspondent for the Financial Times and Summit TV. Nadine has also presented reports on all the major business and financial stories, interviewing many CEOs, MDs and senior leadership teams on their company’s strategy, performance and results.
She has an in depth understanding of the whole business spectrum from entrepreneurs, SMEs, right through to FTSE 100 and Fortune 500 organisations. Nadine is conversant in many key sectors including banking & capital markets, chemicals, communications, construction, education, energy, environment, financial services, logistics, media, pharmaceuticals, sustainability, technology, textiles and transport.
As an accomplished broadcaster, she is adept at open talkback, reporting, autocue, talking to time and interviewing guests, and is experienced in presenting in both the studio and on location.
Nadine also presents light entertainment, sports, property and lifestyle programmes. It’s a little known fact that over 25 years ago, she was one of the first female football presenters, working at QPR, Spurs and Wembley!
Nadine combines professionalism, humour and an ability to be totally unflappable which is a rare gift. Her performances are fantastic; she’s a consummate professional and also great company. Globespan Media
“Nadine is an experienced, warm, professional presenter with a natural ability to engage and connect with an audience.”
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