Erik Calonius is a former reporter, editor and London correspondent for the Wall Street Journal and served as an editor and writer for Fortune, where he was nominated for the National Magazine Award. He collaborated with Dan Ariely on international bestseller PREDICTABLY IRRATIONAL.
Tim Campbell is the former graduate management trainee who wowed Sir Alan Sugar and audiences to win the first UK series of The Apprentice. Tim worked at Amstrad for two years before leaving to set up with The Bright Ideas Trust with co-author Paul Humphries. Paul has bags of experience in business development and was involved in starting online bank Egg and the sports index Opta. Tim is fast developing a reputation as the voice of young Britain and the acceptable face of business. He is a Cabinet Office Social Enterprise Ambassador, a Child Ambassador for London and was voted a Young Gun by the Growing Business Awards.
Robin Chase is the co-founder and first CEO of Zipcar. She is also co-founder of three other companies (Veniam, Buzzcar, and GoLoco). She was named one of Time's 100 Most Influential People in the World, a BusinessWeek Top Ten Designer, a Fast Company Champion of Innovation and has been featured in the New York Times, NPR, Today, Wired, Forbes, Inc and Newsweek. She lives in Cambridge, MA.
Sebastian Coe is a winner. His record as a sporting champion and world record holder in middle-distance running speaks for itself, and earned him four Olympic medals during a glittering career. He is also a renaissance man of our times, as his record of achieving success in many different areas of life shows. Sebastian Coe, now Lord Coe of Ranmore, has been a politician, a business leader and the inspirational figurehead of the successful 2012 Olympic bid. He is a life peer, a Knight Commander of the Order of the British Empire and is vice-president of the International Association of Athletics Federations. Sebastian Coe has the passion, determination, focus, dedication and self-belief that marks him out as a true champion.