Editorial Intelligence specialises in three kinds of thought leadership which is proving highly attractive to commercial partners and senior corporate individuals alike.
From the annual 'residential experiential' private ideas festival Names Not Numbers to the regular morning-long single issue Comment Conference to the annual celebration of the finest print and online commentary, Comment Awards we hope we are redefining corporate hospitality as well as mixing knowledge with our networks and our networking.
Names Not Numbers has taken place in three continents since 2009 and participants, speakers (including recorded addresses) have included: Prime Minister David Cameron; Writer Neil Gaiman; Professor Lynda Gratton, London Business School; artist Maggi Hambling; Singer & Campaigner Annie Lennox; actress Miriam Margolyes; The FT's Mrs Moneypenny; Nassim Nicholas Taleb, former trader and author ‘The Black Swan’; Sir Martin Rees, Master, Trinity College Cambridge; historian Simon Schama;Nobel Laureates Joseph Stiglitz and Amartya Sen and Sir Mark Walport, Director, Wellcome Trust
Through a series of provocative short talks, panel debates, films, entertainment, fine dining and beach ‘walking workshops’ you will make meaningful, professional and personal connections which will endure. The topic? We ask and answer the perennial question of individuality in a mass age, in business, politics, culture, academia or technology.
For more information please visit www.namesnotnumbers.com
The Comment Awards 2012, from Editorial Intelligence, once again celebrated the achievements of the UK’s finest print and online commentators and their editors; the only awards of its kind in the UK. Now in their fourth year, the ‘who’s who’ of British journalism turned out to see these coveted awards presented to the finest UK commentators, please click here to see the Winners of The Comment Awards 2012.
We handpicked a panel of judges who are themselves opinion formers from politics, business, culture and society who judged the 16 categories which were open for public nominations - one of the new categories in 2012 was Twitter Public Personality.
For more information please visit www.commentawards.com
Several times a year Editorial Intelligence and our partners discuss issues as diverse as skills, the mobile world, and the intelligent city, through the half day 'Comment Conference'.
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For more information please visit www.commentconference.com
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