Boris Johnson is in talks to sign up a speaking firm that counts former President Obama and tennis star Serena Williams among its high-profile clients, Sky News has learned.
Boris Johnson is in talks with one of Hollywood’s most famous talent agencies for lucrative talks after running for a second term as British Prime Minister. Sky News has learned that Mr Johnson has had detailed discussions with Endeavour, a group founded by US businessman Ari Emanuel.
Sources said the former Prime Minister, who resigned in September, had discussions with several talent agencies in recent weeks, including Endeavor and the Harry Walker Agency (HWA), one of his partners. HWA is one of the world’s leading public speakers and boasts a collection of former US Presidents. Why the Rise of Nationalist Populist Leaders Rewrites International Climate Negotiations
Clinton and Obama, ex-wife Hillary Rodham Clinton, actress Whoopi Goldberg and tennis star Serena Williams, in his book.
Mr Johnson will earn millions of pounds from his speeches after his turbulent time in Downing Street. His efforts to win enough support from his fellow MPs to replace Liz Truss, his successor, ended in failure last month. 엠카지노
Film industry sources said on Tuesday that Mr Johnson could earn tens of millions of pounds from his speech and advertising if he is successful for several years. The initial cost or any debt it incurred is unknown.
A source close to him suggested that he has no plans to embark on any television projects “in the near future”, although they did admit that he intends to hold several concerts in the coming months. Advertising
Mr. Johnson has held talks with other workers and his contract with Endeavor and HWA is not guaranteed to go through, the person added.
It is understood that Whitehall rules overseen by the Advisory Council on Professional Appointments (ACOBA) mean Mr Johnson cannot sign a deal until December. A spokesman for the former prime minister declined to comment.
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