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Matt Brittin, President, Business & Operations, EMEA

August 09, 2018

Matt Brittin

The Economist announces line-up of speakers for its Open Future Festival taking place on September 15th in Hong Kong, London and...

..... Tickets can be purchased via these links: Hong Kong Open Future Festival 6pm - 8:45pm HKT (followed by drinks) at PMQ/Qube, 35 Aberdeen Street, Central, Hong Kong USD $29.40 for Economist subscribers; USD $49 for non-subscribers London Open Future Festival 10am - 7pm BST (followed by drinks) at 8 Northumberland Avenue, London WC2N 5BY GBP £23 for Economist subscribers; GBP £39 for non-subscribers New York Open Future Festival 10am - 3pm EDT (followed by drinks) at 7 World Trade Center, 250 Greenwich Street, New York 10006 USD $29.40 for Economist subscribers; USD $49 for non-subscribers The festival will feature an impressive and diverse roster of speakers from academia, business, government, journalism, the arts and non-profit sectors, including: Hong Kong: Daniel A. Bell – Dean, school of political science and public administration, Shandong University Agnes Chow – member, Demosisto Daisy Guo - co-founder, Tezign Sharon Hom – executive director, Human Rights in China Benjamin Qiu – partner, Loeb and Loeb Danny Quah – dean, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore Kotaro Tamura – Asia fellow, Milken Institute Joshua Wong – secretary-general, Demosisto Edith Yeung -- partner, 500 Startups (Greater China) London: Hassan Akkad – documentary filmmaker Michael Barber, chair, Office for Students board, UK Laura Bates – founder, Everyday Sexism Project Tiernan Brady – director, Equality Campaign of Australia Suli Breaks – Poet Matt Brittin – president, EMEA business and operations, Google Emily Brothers – politician and disability rights activist Nick Clegg – former deputy prime minister, UK Claire Fox – director, Academy of Ideas Ian Goldin – director, Oxford Martin programme on tech and economic change, University of Oxford Sam Gyimah, minister of state, universities and sciences, UK Government Kenny Imafidon – co-founder, ClearView Research Philippe Legrain – author and founder, Open Political Economy Network Yascha Mounk – author and lecturer, Harvard University Jesse Norman, parliamentary under-secretary of department of transport, UK Government Musa Okwonga – poet and journalist Laurie Penny – journalist and author Minouche Shafik – director, London School of Economics Mustafa Suleyman – co-founder and head of applied AI, DeepMind Ece Temelkuran – journalist and author New York: Julissa Arce – social justice advocate and author, "My (Underground) American Dream" Steve Bannon – former White House chief strategist Monika Bickert – head of product policy and counterterrorism, Facebook Michael Clemens – senior fellow, Centre for Global Development Amber Heard – actress and activist Susan Herman – president, American Civil Liberties Union Andrew McLaughlin – co-founder and partner, Higher Ground Labs David Miliband – president, International Rescue Committee Richard V. Reeves – senior fellow, Brookings Institution Linda Sarsour – political activist Amartya Sen – professor of economics and philosophy, Harvard University Lawrence H. .....

July 26, 2018

Matt Brittin

'Titans of TMT' raise £12.5m for NSPCC and Childline

Enders’ firm, Enders Analysis, has hosted an annual dinner for the NSPCC for 10 years and said media companies’ willingness to donate advertising inventory as well as cash to the charity has made a significant difference. "Our view is every piece of advertising that NSPCC and Childline puts out is raising awareness of this issue," Enders explained after hosting this year’s dinner with Matt Brittin, Google president for EMEA (both pictured below), at the search giant’s offices in King’s Cross, London. Sky, News UK and Google have been among the leading donors but Enders said many other media owners that have donated free ad space have also been important. .....