Industry leaders for over a decade, Enhance is recognised in the industry as Australia’s foremost Speakers Bureau. Enhance provide International and Australian speakers to some of the largest corporate events and conferences worldwide.
Only Enhance has the experience, deep industry contacts, volume of talent and negotiating power to provide professional advice on the right business speaker for your event. Our consultants are experts in their field and can advise on appropriate timings, how to correctly integrate a speaker’s topic into your event message, whether they are most suitable for Q&A, keynote or MC roles, and of course, selecting the ideal business speaker for your event.
Dr Leslie Cannold educates and trains on inspirational leadership, gender equity and respectful relationships, She is a regular on ABC TV’s Moral Compass and an occasional columnist at The Age. Leslie sits on a variety of boards and advisory committees and is the recipient of numerous awards and notices for her contributions to public life. Areas of speciality include Speakers. Dr Cannold has a BA from Wesleyan University in the USA, a Masters in Arts and Bioethics from Monash University and a PhD from the University of Melbourne. Her books include What, No Baby? which made the Australian Financial Review’s top 101 books list. Her first novel, The Book of Rachael was published by Text Publishing in 2011 and reprinted in 2012.
Craig Reucassel is an Australian writer and comedian who is best known for his work with The Chaser and for going through your bins on The War on Waste. Areas of speciality include Speakers. Craig and a group of friends founded The Chaser newspaper, which led to a number of ABC TV Chaser programs including The Election Chaser, CNNNN, The Chaser’s War on Everything, Yes We Canberra and The Hamster Wheel.
Juanita Phillips is one of Australia's most experienced television news anchors. Areas of speciality include Speakers. For five years, from 1997 to 2002, she was a news anchor for the world’s two largest news organisations – the BBC and CNN – in London.
Indira Naidoo is one of Australia’s most popular broadcasters and authors Areas of speciality include Speakers. During her 30-year award-winning journalistic career, Ms Naidoo has hosted and reported for some of the country’s most distinguished news and current affair programs – including ABC’s Late Edition nightly news and as an anchor and reporter for SBS TV’s the World News Tonight.
In recent years Indira’s journalistic interest has shifted to the role global environmental issues play in conflict, poverty, food security and homelessness.
Bob Geldof is an influential and inspirational speaker. He is highly entertaining and has great insight into the socio-political arena and is highly sought after by companies who wish to benefit from his sensational presentations. Passion is undisputedly one of his strengths, but so too is the vitality of his message. Areas of speciality include Speakers. A self-styled campaigner, Bob Geldof is tremendously well informed on a broad range of global humanitarian and political issues. His presentations are highly provocative and he uplifts and inspires audiences as he motivates through his own personal experiences and the lessons learned from Live Aid.
Ray Martin is an Australian television journalist best known for his on-air roles on Channel Nine from 1978 to 2008. He was awarded an Order of Australia in 2011 for journalism. Areas of speciality include Speakers. Ray Martin was appointed the ABC’s North American correspondent in 1969. Over the next 10 years his coverage included race riots, anti-Vietnam War protests, Olympic Games and presidential elections for news and current affairs television and radio, from Four Corners and This Day Tonight to science and religion programs.
Julia Zemiro is indisputably recognised for her long-standing role as host of the iconic music quiz show Rockwiz, which ran for 14 seasons on SBS TV. Areas of speciality include Speakers. She has written guest articles for a multitude of magazine and press publications, and is in constant demand for her work as an MC and corporate host. A trained actor and improviser, she effortlessly offers a hosting style that companies return for again and again. The clients who have “enjoyed her charm and wit” include the Australian Film Institute, French-Australian Chamber of Commerce & Industry Victoria, Canteen, Panasonic, National Gallery of Victoria, Women in Business, Ikea, Siemens and Toyota, to name just a few.
After graduating from Sydney University with First Class Honours, Dr Chris Brown took up an offer to work in a clinic on Sydney's North Shore. Three years into his veterinary life, Chris was spotted by an agent in a pub. A screen test with Seven Network was the result and two weeks later, Chris began filming as the new vet on Harry's Practice. Areas of speciality include Speakers. His impact was immediate, and was soon nominated for a Logie award for Most Popular New Talent in 2004. In March, 2004, Chris become the new presenter and vet on Channel Nine’s Burke’s Backyard, working alongside the pioneer of lifestyle television Don Burke. In October 2005 Chris released his first book, The Family Guide to Pets, through Murdoch Books.
Jamie Durie is an award-winning international designer and author, with over two decades of design experience. Areas of speciality include Speakers. Since launching his own design business, Durie Design, in 1998, Jamie has received more than 33 international design awards, while building a strong reputation as one of the most knowledgeable and innovative designers in the industry.
Carman’s founder Carolyn Creswell is an inspirational leader whose success proves that you can run a multinational business, love what you do and have a genuine work-life balance. Areas of speciality include Speakers. As an 18 year old university student, Carolyn Creswell founded Carman’s in 1992. She bought the tiny business for $1,000.