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      Made By Dyslexia Global Summit - 2019 in Kensington

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      October 14, 2019

      Monday   6:00 PM

      Exhibition Road
      Kensington, Kensington and Chelsea SW7 2DD

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      Made By Dyslexia Global Summit - 2019

      The Made By Dyslexia Global Summit brings together some of the world’s most successful dyslexics and influencers to participate in discussions to inform and shape the future of dyslexia in education and employment. Global celebrities, VIPs and business leaders are joining us ‘virtually’ and in person. The Summit will be opened by RT Hon Matt Hancock, closed by Sir Richard Branson and hosted by Robyn Curnow, CNN international news anchor. More speakers and VVIPs to be announced. This exclusive event is attended by thought leaders and influencers, and a limited number of tickets are for sale to the public. Throughout history, dyslexic people’s ability to think differently has made them Game Changers. From the invention of the telephone by Alexander Graham Bell, to the iPhone by Steve Jobs; the first aeroplane by the Wright Brothers to Virgin space travel by Sir Richard Branson. Dyslexic thinking has helped to revolutionise the world we live in. The Summit celebrates dyslexic Game Changers past, present and future, with contributions from extraordinary organisations like GCHQ, Virgin Galactic and Microsoft all of whom are empowering the dyslexic Game Changers of the future.

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