Comedian to bring innovation and improvisation to EOA conference
The EOA’s Speed Networking event at the 2016 Annual Conference will get a touch of improvisation from ‘king of the key message’ Neil Mullarkey.
Neil is known to bring innovation and improvisation theatre to some of the world’s biggest corporations; transforming businesses from the inside by encouraging communication, simplicity, collaboration, engagement and creativity.
Neil is a comedian who also works with people and businesses to expand their perceptions, and improve internal and external communication in the process.
From co-founding the world famous improvisation group The Comedy Store Players with Mike Myers – and appearing on the likes of Have I Got News For You, Whose Line Is It Anyway, Austin Powers and QI – through to sharing the stage with Eddie Izzard, Dawn French and Eric Sykes, he has been on a journey that has highlighted the importance of mentality, attitude, branding and networking.
He will host the Speed Networking session at the conference from 3.15pm on Monday 21 November.
The EOA is pleased to announce that one of its members Cambridge Weight Plan has taken the opportunity to sponsor the session.
Head of Membership at the EOA, Oliver Smith, said: “We are thrilled to secure Neil for the conference because he will bring a breadth of experience having worked with many signature clients on how to communicate effectively within their business.”