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Europe Speakers

To find out the latest updates on Brexit, the EU, European trade and advances made by countries in Europe, take a look at the posts we have on offer below. Made up of 44 countries, Europe is a powerhouse of trade, culture and global influence.


Our Europe speakers can offer clear and concise information on the future of Europe, from the position of industry experts and political insiders. Book a speaker today for your next event, to discuss the cultural, economic and political nature of Europe.


What Will A Europe Speaker Talk About?


Due to the expansive topics surrounding European politics, culture and history, a Europe speaker will explore every aspect that Europe has to offer. As most European subjects cross over, for example, it’s difficult to discuss Europe’s trade landscape without reflecting upon the history of the EU, our speakers can confidently explore multiple topics.


What Is The EU?


Europe speakers can explore the benefits and costs of the European Union, from an unbiased, experienced source. Though the EU has the second-largest economy and is the biggest single market, it was actually created out of a need for peace. With over 70 years of peace, it worked. EU citizens benefit from free movement, health and safety standards and data protection.


However, many citizens distrust the EU. With Brussels being home to EU rulemaking, a large portion of citizens felt like they were being represented by a country that doesn’t reflect their language or culture. In the past, the EU has been accused of not communicating well enough what it actually is, leading many people to question its value and relevancy.

Chris Sutton
Chris Sutton | 04th January 2018
Brexit. North Korea. Donald Trump. These are just a few of the topics that dominated headlines throughout 2017 and look set to do the same as we begin 2018. Invariably we have been left with more questions than answers to many of the issues that…
Michael Portillo
Luke Vials
Luke Vials | 07th July 2016
Many people remember the ‘Michael Portillo moment’, which was when the former Conservative politician lost his seat (he was MP for Kensington and Chelsea) in a ‘night of the long knives’ during the 1997 General Election. The shock factor was due to…
Bank Of England
Scott Skerritt
Scott Skerritt | 07th March 2016
With the referendum over the UK’s membership of the European Union taking place on Thursday 23 June, both “Remain” and “Leave” camps are putting forward their arguments over the future of the country.