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Doug Richard

Founder, School for Startups & formerly of BBC’s Dragons Den

A successful entrepreneur with over 20 years' experience in the development and leadership of technology and software ventures, Doug featured in the first two TV series of Dragons’ Den. He is an active angel investor, the Founder of School for Startups – was Chairman of the Conservative Party Small Business Task Force, is non-executive director of BrightPearl Software. Between 1996 and 2000 Doug was President and CEO of Micrografx, a US publicly quoted software company. Prior to that he also founded and subsequently sold two other companies: Visual Software and ITAL Computers.

Fabien Riggall

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Hans-Ulrich Obrist

Artistic Director, The Serpentine Gallery & Senior Program Adviser, The Shed (New York)

Bindi Karia

Vice-President, BizSpark, Microsoft

Steve Crossan

Head of Google Cultural Institute, Google

Matthew Slotover

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Doug Richard

Founder, School for Startups & formerly of BBC’s Dragons Den

Peter Barron

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Zach Leonard

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James Randall

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Volker Hirsch

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David Sabel

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Jon Kingsbury

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Alan Davey

Chief Executive, Arts Council England

Patrick Bradley

CEO, Ingenious Ventures, Ingenious Media

Julia Peyton-Jones

Co-Director, Serpentine Gallery

Farah Nayeri

Arts Correspondent, Bloomberg

Marcus Davey

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Declan Kilcline

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Marianne Abib-Pech

Author of the FT Guide to Leadership

Yvonne Chien

Vice-President, Marketing Getty Images

Matthew Primack

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Mark Beech

Head of Bloomberg Muse, Europe & Asia, Bloomberg

Elsa Corbineau

Marketing Director, Moët Hennessy

Carl Christopher

Sponsorship Manager & Special Projects Manager, Sony Computer Entertainment, Europe

Matthew Clark

Creative Director, United Visual Artists (UVA)

David Jubb

Artistic Director, Battersea Arts Centre

Marc Sands

Director, Media and Audiences, Tate

Anna Higgs

Head of Entertainment, Facebook

Rob Greig

Chief Technology Officer, Royal Opera House

Rachel Ball

Manager, Content Partnerships, YouTube

James Bromley

Managing Director,, Daily Mail

William Makower

National Funding Scheme for the Arts

Chris Wild

Director, Retronaut

Alfie Dennen

Director, Art Public

Nick Pleydell-Pearce

Associate Experience Director, Huge Inc

Jo Prosser

Managing Director, V&A Enterprises

Renaud Visage

Co-Founder & CTO,

Richard Ayers

Head of Digital Business Development, British Film Institute & Digital Adviser, Manchester City Football Club

Peter Tullin

Co Founder, REMIX Summits &

Ije Nwokorie

Managing Director, Wolff Olins

Chris Moody

Creative Director, Wolff Olins

Simon Cronshaw

Co-Founder, & REMIX Summits