Bill McFarlan is co-founder and Executive Chairman of Pink Elephant Communications.
Since 1989, Bill has overseen the unique style of training that has taken the company all over the world.
Now retired, his Pink Elephant Communications career took him to the United States, Caribbean, Africa, Middle East, Asia, and across all of Europe.
His highlight? Leading the presentation skills training that concluded in Glasgow, Scotland, winning the Commonwealth Games for the city in 2014.
His knowledge and expertise are based on a quarter of a century helping blue chip companies get their message across.
He spent almost as long as a presenter with BBC, Scottish Television, Sky and Setanta – where he anchored news and sports programmes from the early 1980s to 2004. BBC Breakfast News, Reporting Scotland, World’s Strongest Man, Grandstand from Scotland, Sportscene, Scotland Today, Scotsport, The Golf Club: Bill presented them all. He knows what it takes to get your message across in the media.
He remains a regular conference speaker across the UK, Canada, the United States and Australia. He can give you the inside track on overcoming nerves, exuding self-belief, and inspiring an audience.
Well, more work! With his wife, Bill helps entrepreneurs start their own businesses through a network marketing company.
To unwind he plays golf, squash, tennis, and more golf – taking whatever time off he can to soak up the sun in Portugal.
Some media trainers knock you down…and leave you down. Our media coaches show you how to deal with each knock…and still win through. So you have the presentation skills to perform – with confidence.