Thrive returns with Thrive Live for the third year
The fast growing modern-day learning management system, Thrive Learning, is hosting its annual customer-only conference on the 28th of September at The Science Museum in London.
Headlining this year’s event will be AI Expert, Mo Gawdat, and top UK business leader, Baroness Karren Brady CBE, who will both share their experience working in the business, technology, well-being, and sports world.
The event aims to provide Thrive’s customers with an unrivalled line-up of speakers. Both Mo Gawdat and Baroness Karren Brady will share their insights into the business world and how best to navigate it. In addition, Sean Reddington, CEO of Thrive, will share an exciting line up of news and development for Thrive including, business investment, new team announcements from the likes of HSBC and Cornerstone, and will unveil a full brand refresh as Thrive enters the next phase of the company’s evolution.
Mo Gawdat is Google X’s Former Chief Business Officer, bestselling author, podcast host, and world-leading AI-expert. His keynote will address the upcoming revolution of AI, how it will drastically change the future, his experience witnessing AI’s evolution firsthand, and much more. He will also take part in a Q&A about his career and journey to finding ‘the happiness equation’.
Baroness Karren Brady is one of the most influential and respected female business leaders in the world. Some may know her as the Vice Chairman of West Ham United or better as Mentor and Advisor on BBC One’s The Apprentice. In her keynote, she will discuss how the business world has evolved, what drives her, and how women can harness their talents, ambitions, and determination to be successful.
Sean Reddington, CEO of Thrive, says: “Thrive Live is such a great way for us to bring our incredible customers and people who have supported the business together in one room. We have been fortunate to secure some incredible speakers, and 2023 is no different as we Mo Gawdat and Baroness Karren Brady to our event. They both have tremendous experience within the business world and many other sectors including tech, sports, and well-being – all with learnings we can apply to our day-to-day lives.”