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David Saxby has more than 20 years of business experience as president of The Saxby Group and now Phoenix, Ariz.-based Measure-X. Prior to forming The Saxby Group and Measure-X, Saxby was vice president of marketing and training for ServiceCheck, a national research company. He also has experience in the utility, insurance, real estate and banking industries.
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Nicholas McDiarmid is the editor of ESI Africa magazine, an energy specialist publication focusing on the electricity sector across Africa.
As the former editor of IMIESA magazine, a specialist magazine covering infrastructure and investment, he established himself as a clear and critical thinker and successfully brought that publication to award winning status, including a PICA award in 2005.