Rachel Bridge is an author, journalist and public speaker specialising in personal development, smart thinking and entrepreneurship. She is the author of six successful books, the most recent being Ambition: Why it’s good to want more and How to get it. She is the former Enterprise Editor of The Sunday Times and now writes for The Times and The Telegraph as well as writing thought leadership articles for high-profile business leaders.
She is an experienced public speaker, round table host and conference facilitator and uses her knowledge of business to guide the discussion in an effective and efficient way.
As a keynote speaker Rachel looks at how to achieve your goals and be successful – whether as an entrepreneur, as a business, as a leader, or as an individual, depending on the audience. Recent topics have included: How to create a successful business, What we can learn from successful entrepreneurs, how to be an effective leader, how to motivate your workforce, how to grow your business without spending much money, how to add sparkle to your business and how to attract the best talent to your business.
Rachel took a one-woman show about entrepreneurs, How to make a Million before Lunch, to the 2010 Edinburgh comedy Fringe Festival and is taking a second show, Ambition, about achieving goals, to the 2016 Festival. She is a regular guest on radio and television shows talking about successful people and entrepreneurs, including the Jeremy Vine show on Radio 2, LBC and Radio Five Live.
To book Rachel Bridge as the business management speaker for your corporate event, function or conference, simply contact the Champions Speakers agency by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling a booking agent directly on 0207 1010 553.
When at corporate events, Rachel is known to cover the following topics:
- Successful Entrepreneurs
- Effective Leadership
- Motivating Your Workface
- How To add Sparkle
“You brought so much energy to the night. It was the charge they needed to continue with their ventures in a smarter/savvier fashion. A MILLION THANKS FOR BEING AMAZING!!!” – Teju Adeleye, Event Organiser Sage Business Huddle
“Thanks so much for coming. I’ve had lots of really positive feedback about the talk so we’re very pleased. You have such a wonderfully energetic, clear delivery.” – Sarah Newman, Organiser of Slaughter and May lunchtime talk
“Thank you so much for your talk, which was the perfect way to bring the curtain down on the business conference.” – Mark Christine, Head of Business and Economics, Bryanston School