Corporate Events and Public Speaking
— December 12th, 2007
Tim FitzHigham is much in demand as an after dinner speaker both here and abroad. He has toured the UK, Australia, Switzerland, the Mediterranean and the Caribbean giving speeches and making people laugh. Tim is universally respected as an award winning funny man, incredible story teller and inventor of what he calls the 'bespoke speech'.
Tim in a dinner jacket making people laugh
He's made speeches for the Prince's Trust, the World Economic Forum, Aldermen and Livery Company Masters in the City of London, many of London's top companies; at events for members of the Royal Family, the House of Lords, the National Maritime Museum, the River and Rowing Museum and the centenary lecture for St Chad's College, Durham as well as many conferences and networking events around the world. Tim is one of only a handful of people to be both a Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts and a Fellow of the Royal Geogrpahical Society. He's also been the spokesperson for the United Nations World Environment Day for several years.
Tim FitzHigham with Adam Hills, Hannah Gadsby, Jimoen and Wanda Sykes
Tim's hosted many Awards Ceremonies, Events and Charity Galas; including the Whyte and Mackay Earls Court Boat Show, the Walk With Cancer Ball (for the Institute of Cancer Research), the Gala Evening for Gt Ormond Street at the Aldwych Theatre and the Cinima and Television Benevolent Fund Dinners and Lunches for several years. He is also an experienced charity auctioneer and is thrilled to have helped many great charities achieve brilliant results.
Tim's speeches are bespoke and created in discussion with the client to ensure that your event is the top priority and you get the best.