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The last Pecha Kucha evening was held on Thursday, 19 June in Hotel Parc Belle-Vue from 19h00 – 22h00.

Pecha Kucha is an entertaining and informative event giving presenters the chance to “beat the clock”. The idea being that presenters have 12 PowerPoint slides, each lasting for 20 seconds, accompanying their verbal presentation. The slides move on automatically even if the presenter is not ready to move with them.

A free cocktail reception was held at the end of the presentations to give guests the opportunity to meet the presenters at their trade table and to network.

Our presenters were:


Michael DoyleThe Spectrum IFA Group 

Topic: Thinking Inside the Box

Michael Doyle joined The Spectrum IFA Group over 4 years ago; a forward thinking company who wanted to challenge the status quo.  With a genuine desire to help people, Michael believes that his clients should always be in the driving seat when making decisions about their financial future.  Degree educated and FPC qualified with over 16 years experience as a financial planner stands him in good stead to help his clients make informed choices



Jill SavilleJill Saville Associates

Topic: Leadership Is Influence

Jill Saville is a coach and leadership trainer with a passion for equality of opportunity.  With a background in UK public sector management, she is now  part of the largest leadership training organization in the world – the John Maxwell Team. She is the first female president of the International Coach Federation Luxembourg and president of the oldest Toastmasters Club in Europe – the Bossuet Gaveliers and was recently elected as a council member on the British Chamber of Commerce.  


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Dana MoldoveanuProActive

Topic: Can Coaching Change Time?

Dana has a passion for understanding behavior of people in different contexts: personal, professional, business etc and especially about what drives certain people (more then others) to follow their objectives and succeed.  She is a dynamic facilitator, course designer, trainer and professional coach, member of the International Coach Federation.   Her holistic approach combines a goal-oriented style with the principle of considering every person with his or her own feelings, beliefs, experiences and life expectations.



Domingo De la CruzBrights Consulting Luxembourg

Topic: Are You Ready For The “New” Internet?

Domingo holds a M.A. in Economics and has received intensive training in the areas of Brand protection and Internet policy. Currently is manager of Brights Consulting Luxembourg, which is a subsidiary of Brights Consulting Inc., an Intellectual Property consultancy firm based in Tokyo, Japan. Brights Consulting offers assistance to European companies to secure their Intellectual Property rights in Asia.



Laura Foulds, Analie Tax & Consulting

Topic: Luxembourg Personal Taxes

Laura Foulds is the founder of Analie Tax & Consulting and specialises in UK, US and Luxembourg expatriate/personal tax.  With over 15 years’ experience, Laura provides easy to understand personal tax advice and reliable cost efficient solutions to individuals (or companies with expatriates).  From getting the basics right to multi jurisdiction taxation of dual nationals, cross border/mobile workers, assignees and transfers, Laura provides a personalised bespoke solution for every client.



Steve Clement, CodeClub Luxembourg a.s.b.l

Topic: Coding for Kids?  Good idea!

Steve has been around Technologies for over 20 years now. During the day he is an IT Security specialist and in his spare time he teaches people his passion, Science and Technology.  Being one of the people responsible in the initial Information Security Awareness Raising efforts for Kids he is now the right person to bring Coding to our kids with the same passion.



970397_10200969313652164_687892824_nMarc FeltgenSpecial Olympics Luxembourg

Topic: How can I support Special Olympics Luxembourg

Marc is a 56 years old, father of 2 girls who works in IT at Unicredit Luxembourg as well as being the National Director of Special Olympics Luxembourg and a volunteer since 35 years.  Member of European Council of Special Olympics from 1998 – 2007; Member of Special Olympics International Board of Directors from 2005-2007; 3rd place as volunteer of the year in sports in 2011.




Janice Allgrove, BUROS – Business Unit Retail Office Services

Topic: Introducing BUROS

Janice was born in London. Left school at 16 to join Barclays bank. Spent the next 20 years in banking before moving to Luxembourg in 1995. Definite career change then, at one time being proud owner of 17 part time jobs which were all still  in the financial sector until 2008 when she formed the arts and crafts business , The art of good taste until  finally  in  2011  BUROS was born






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