RDO is delighted to confirm that Kriss Akabusi will be giving the opening keynote at this year's conference RDO7 Taking Ownership, 20-22 September 2016, London. Kriss is famous for his achievements in athletics where his greatest individual triumph was his gold medal in the 1990 European Championships, beating David Hemery’s 22-year-old British record for 400m hurdles which Kriss currently 23 years later still holds. In 1992 as 3 times Olympic medallist, and a World, European and Commonwealth Champion, Kriss was awarded the MBE. Kiss is currently working on a two year MBA (Masters in Business Administration) program at Ashridge Business School, to...
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