10 reasons why you should be at MT Live on June 25

Just six days to go until MT Live lands in London. Don't miss out - we only have a few tickets remaining.

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Last Updated: 19 Jun 2015

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1. Quiz Britain's most admired leader, John Lewis boss Andy Street.

2. Grow your business with advice from one of the UK's wealthiest entrepreneurs, Sir Peter Rigby.

3. Learn how to super-charge your career and land that next promotion from networking gurus Julia Hobsbawm and John Jeffcock.

4. Boost performance at work with tips from nutrition expert Dr John Briffa.

5. Hear the perils of doing business in Russia – and one man's fight for justice – from capitalist-turned-human-rights campaigner Bill Browder.

6. Find out how Gregor Lawson built one of the largest costume brands in the world on a miniscule marketing budget.

7. Discover how Carolyn McCall piloted easyJet into the FTSE100.

8. Launching your business overseas? Hear how Neil Constable took Shakespeare's Globe global.

9. Make valuable contacts in a room packed with 200 business owners and managers.

10. Challenge everything you know about business.

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