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What are the new business models that could help your organisation thrive in a changing world by disrupting from the inside out? This panel looks at how new funding methods and entrepreneurial approaches are allowing some organisations to achieve big ideas that deliver a wider audience reach, higher engagement and more income.

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Sandra Schembri - Chief Encouragement Officer of The House of St Barnabas

Sandra is the Chief Encouragement officer at The House of St Barnabas, an organisation which works towards creating a future with a fairer society meaning lasting work is a reality for those affected by homelessness.

They offer accredited training in hospitality through it's a Employment Academy, which it integrates in to the heart of its social business, it's not for profit private members club in the of Soho, London and its members are the architects of social change.

She trained in both classical music technology and is a sci -fi fan. Both of these loves have taught her the power of people, the right teams and the importance to keep looking at things differently.

John Kampfner - Director, Creative Industries Federation

John Kampfner is Director of the Creative Industries Federation. The new membership organisation, which began its work in March 2014, will be the independent voice for the creative industries in the UK. He is also Chair of the board of Turner Contemporary, one of the UK's most successful cultural institutions. The opening of the gallery in Margate in April 2011 received plaudits around the world, and within two years it received one million visitors.

From 2012 to the start of 2014 he was adviser to Google on freedom of expression. Prior to that he was Chief Executive of Index on Censorship, one of the world's leading free expression organisations. In late 2009 Index launched a successful campaign to change UK libel laws. He began his career as a foreign correspondent with the Daily Telegraph, first in East Berlin where he reported on the fall of the Wall and the unification of Germany, and then in Moscow at the time of the collapse of Soviet Communism. He went on to become Chief Political Correspondent at the FT and political commentator for the BBC's Today programme.

Paul Croft - Director, Ultimaker UK

Paul is a Director of UltimakerGB the UK & Ire operations for Ultimaker and the founder of the CREATE Education Project. Having studied International Management at the University of Hull & University of Northern Iowa Paul proceeded to a career in management with Enterprise Holdings. The excitement of 3d printing and it's potential applications proved too much to resist and along with Alex Mayor UltimakerGB was born.

Ultimaker has launched the CREATE Education project and are excited about sharing 3d printing with everyone!

Twitter @UltimakerGB @UltimakerCREATE @Ultimaker