Citrus Ornge is honoured to be a guest speaker at the Intelligence Forums London webinar On February 4th, 2021

The Intelligence Forum webinar is Hosted by Frances Murray of Rosenblatt, and chaired by Edward Good child  The February 4th webinar will include four speakers including Citrus Ornge founder and CEO, Jason Baker

Read more about the speakers below:

Lord Bernard Hogan-Howe
Jason Baker, Founder, Citrus Ornge Media
Neil Carberry, CEO, Recruitment & Employment Confederation
Eric Collins, Founder, Impact X

For a link to join the webinar please RSVP below

Lord Bernard Hogan-Howe was the most senior police officer in the UK. He led the Metropolitan Police, an organisation of nearly 50,000 people with a budget of £3.2 billion. He was directly accountable to the Home Secretary, supervised by parliamentary committees and had national responsibilities, which included leading counter terrorism policing throughout the UK and protecting the Royal Family and senior members of the government both at home and abroad. Bernard was made a life peer in October 2017 and has since taken up his role as a crossbencher in the House of Lords.

Jason Baker is Founder of Citrus Ornge Media. Jason founded the business in May 2018. He has a wealth of experience and knowledge across all media channels. He has worked for some of the biggest industry heavyweights including News UK, emap, Conversant and Publicitas and has forged all of this together to create Citrus Ornge Media. He is extremely passionate about all things media and takes a very hands-on approach to working with our clients. Most importantly for our business, he understands the challenges that are faced when rebuilding a life after addiction, which drives our social mission to help others wherever we can.

Neil Carberry is CEO of Recruitment & Employment Confederation. Neil began his career in recruitment, working for a small search firm specialising in financial services. He went on to do a post-graduate degree in HR at the LSE and joined the CBI in 2004. Neil was a managing director at the CBI, leading its work on the labour market, skills, energy and infrastructure. He was also integral to delivering a range of change programmes and improving member services. Neil is a member of the council of the conciliation service ACAS and of the Low Pay Commission, which makes recommendations about the level of the National Minimum Wage. He is also a Director and former Chair of a small academy trust. Neil’s first-hand experience of recruitment and membership makes him ideally placed to lead the REC.

Eric Collins is Founder of Impact X. Eric is a serial entrepreneur and has served on boards and in the C-Suite of fast growth technology companies since 2001. Eric’s experiences include AI, SaaS based, mobile and health technology companies. He has helped sell organisations to listed companies including Microsoft and Nuance. He has been named one of the most powerful Black and BAME business people in the UK by the Power-list and the Financial times.