Juliet Mann is a broadcasting journalist who has worked in newsrooms around the world for CNN International, Sky News, Reuters, CNBC, BBC and LBC Radio and is a great host for all events.Awards Presenter and Host, Business Speaker, Economics & Finance, Journalists, Multi Lingual, Presenters, Travel
Most recently Correspondent/anchor for CNNi’s Marketplace Europe, the weekly business features and analysis show, she went on the road to find out how companies across Europe are coping in these tricky economic times, talking to CEOs like Sir Richard Branson & James Dyson, EU policymakers and bosses of big brands like Nestle, Benetton, Geox, L’Oreal, GKN Aerospace, Ducati & Lafarge.
She is a regular newspaper reviewer on LBC 97.3’s weekend breakfast show.
Other projects include presenting HSBC TV, interviewing Archbishop Desmond Tutu on BBC’s Heaven & Earth, hosting The Morning Report on LBC News 1152, contributing to BBC World’s business travel show Fast Track and occasional travel writing and features for The Daily Telegraph, First Magazine and The Jewish Chronicle.
As Olympics Correspondent for Sky News, Juliet co-anchored Sky’s coverage of the 2012 host city decision from Singapore, interviewing politicians, members of the Royal family and leading sports figures like David Beckham. Also specializing in aviation, she has covered industrial action at Heathrow, caused a cross-channel stir when she smuggled two knives onboard an aeroplane and even had a seat on the very last transatlantic Concorde flight.
Earlier on in her career, Juliet spent four years as Reuters TV’s Paris Correspondent, focusing on business and financial news, she quizzed CEOs, central bank governors and finance ministers around the world, reporting too from Frankfurt and the New York Stock Exchange. Highlights include rollerblading the streets of Lisbon with the Finnish Prime Minister and reporting from a Eurofighter cockpit.
Juliet is British, loves skiing and baking and lives in London.
She read Politics at Bristol University and speaks fluent French.