Jul 15 2012
1. Hans Rosling
Hans Rosling is a global health expert. Professor Hans Rosling is the founder of the Gapminder Foundation which strives to make statistical data freely available and easily understandable online.
2. Anatole Kaletsky
Anatole Kaletsky writes a weekly column on politics, economics and international relations for The Times of London.
3. Prof. Pankaj Ghemawat
Pankaj Ghemawat is one of the new generation management gurus who throws new light on corporate behaviour and particularly its global aspect.
4. Romano Prodi
Romano Prodi served as President of the Council of Ministers (prime minister) of Italy twice, from 1996 – 1998 and 2006 – 2008.
5. Magnus Lindkvist
Magnus Lindkvist is a trend spotter who offers insightful and tangible solutions to companies wishing to grow their business in an organic way.
6. Don Strickland
Don Strickland is a former Senior Executive at Apple, CEO of PictureWorks and CEO of IPIX. Currently Don is the President and CEO of Strickland Associates and serves as Advising Director of Innovation and Entrepreneurship at Imperial College London.
7. José Maria Figueres Olsen
José María Figueres served as President of Costa Rica from 1994 to 1998. Elected to office aged 39, he was the youngest President of a Latin American country in modern times.
8. Anil Kumble
Anil Kumble is without doubt India’s greatest bowler of all time – not only in terms of wickets, but also by being a member of the winning team on more occasions than any other bowler in the history of Indian cricket.
9. James McKelvey
James McKelvey is the co-founder of Square, a new mobile payment platform. A revolutionary service that enables anyone to accept credit cards anywhere.
10. Martin Lindstrom
Martin Lindstrom is a world leading expert on branding. Since defining ten revolutionary branding rules he has provided brandbuilding advice to a host of international organisations. His latest book ‘Buy.ology’ looks at how the brain interprets branding.
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