Our Chamber Breakfasts always include an engaging talk by a speaker, so if you’ve missed out on an event, or would like to listen to the talk again, click to listen below. We also have podcasts available to listen to from the Brighton Business Show.

Robert Yates is head of fundraising for The Royal Pavilion and Museums Foundation, raising money to restore and preserve the iconic building.

Robert Griffiths is Fundraising Director of the Martlets Hospice and a member of the Hospice's Senior Management Team.

Aroop Tanna is Director of Magnified Learning, a consultancy promoting dialogue between businesses and young people through inspirational and motivational education programmes.

Christine Taylor is the brains behind the brand and keeper of the top secret recipe that allows Choccywoccydoodah to fashion fantastical fare completely from chocolate.

Richard Robinson worked in TV for many years, as a founding member of Spitting Image and creating the puppet characters in several children's programmes, including The Riddlers. He was also a busker for almost as long, starting the Covent Garden buskers pitch.

In May of 2011, Councillor Bill Randall found himself centre stage in the first Green Administration in the country.

Duncan Baker-Brown is an award-winning architect whose love of sustainable design began when he was just eleven. As a small boy growing up on a farm near Epping Forest, Duncan watched the construction of the M11 across the valley.

Richard Maher is Operations Manager for Carluccio's: his fourth position within a company he has been with for ten years.

Kate Peach has worked for Early Years Childcare for the last 18 years, rising from the most junior position to nursery manager, then all the way up the company's ranks to become Managing Director in 2010.

With guest speakers Tim Jarvis, Director of SeeThat.