Please find below the list of the confirmed moderators as per date, in alphabetical order:
Ms Tania Bryer
Ms Tania Bryer, Executive Producer at CNBC, UK
Ms Bryer hosts and is Executive Producer of the critically acclaimed series 'CNBC Meets..’, where she gets up close and personal with some of the world’s most inspirational figures to find out the secret to their success and how their philanthropy transforms lives. She has interviewed President Bill Clinton, Sir Richard Branson, President Jimmy Carter, Diane von Furstenberg and Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair to name a few. She is also an anchor on ‘The CNBC Conversation’ series which sees her interview newsmakers including Her Majesty Queen Rania of Jordan, Shah Rukh Khan, H.S.H Prince Albert of Monaco, Former South African President F.W de Klerk, Former UN Secretary General Kofi Annan. In 2017, Ms Bryer became host and executive producer of CNBC's brand new unique travel series, Trailblazers, experiencing the world’s greatest cities with some of the world’s most famous faces including Hollywood superstar Gwyneth Paltrow and legendary Indian actor, Amitabh Bachchan. Tania also appears weekly as a newspaper reviewer on Sky News Sunrise and has contributed on Radio 4's Today programme, ITV's This Morning, BBC's Celebrity Masterchef, and as herself in a cameo on the US television drama, The Royals. She is the Chair of the National Events Committee for Cancer Research UK and a Patron of the Alzheimer’s Society. Tania holds a B.Sc. in International Politics from the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University, Washington, D.C.
Mr Simone Dominici
Senior Advisor at PwC, Italy
Mr Dominici is an experienced Global Managing Director with a demonstrated history of working in the Luxury Goods and Consumer Branded products. Before joining PwC, he took over senior executive positions in leading companies: Managing Director Global Markets of Valentino, Executive Vice President Markets of Bottega Veneta, Managing Director of Coin & Excelsior and General Manager Home Care Europe of Bolton Group. Mr Dominici spent 15 at Unilever where he held various executive positions in Italy, Spain and the UK. Mr Dominici started his professional career at Arthur Andersen that he joined following his graduation in Economics. In 2007 Mr Dominici published a book titled “The new Slaves“.
Mr Tobias Humpert
Managing Partner at h+p, Germany
Mr Humpert has been a Partner at hachmeister+partner since 2014, where he helps leading retailers and brands to transform their organizations in order to get more consumer-centric and seize opportunities in the digital era. His fields of expertise include omni-channel strategies and execution, digital transformation. In 2013/2014, he was Omni-Channel Retail Director at ECCO Sko. From 2006 to 2013 he held various consulting positions at h+p. Mr Humpert holds a Master Degree in Business Administration from the University of Münster
Mr John Mahony
Group CEO of ReputationInc, UK
Mr Mahony is an international reputation management strategist and facilitator specialising in reputation strategy, sustainable leadership, employee ambassadorship, governance and reputation risk management. He has worked extensively with a wide range of some of the worlds most admired companies, country leaders and boards on international reputation building programmes. He has spoken and moderated at international conferences and debates on a range of global topics and issues including reputation governance, sustainable business, reputation leadership and future trends in reputation management.
Mr Christoph Schwarzl
Managing Partner at h+p, Germany
Mr Schwarzl has been Managing Partner International Business & Technology at hachmeister+partner since 2017. His previous consulting experiences include Senior Partner at Kurt Salmon from 2012 to 2017 and Managing Director & Head of Retail at Accenture for Austria, Switzerland & Germany from 2008 to 2012. From 1997 to 2008, he was Head of Business Dev. CP & Retail
EMEA for SAP. Mr Schwarzl holds a degree in Mechanical Engineering & Economics with focus on value chain optimisation from the University of Essen/Duisburg