Brussels Keynote Speaker
Are you looking to secure a keynote speaker for your event? Duncan Stevens can be booked as an inspirational motivational speaker in Brussels. As a keynote speaker, he assists several of the world’s most recognisable brands, teams and executives become more persuasive and more effective and adapt to global changes through what they say and how they behave.
With over ten years of experience, Duncan has certainly himself as an in-demand visionary keynote speaker due to his content-rich, engaging, inspiring and humorous keynote presentations and masterclasses. He is the founder and CEO of the Influence Association and author of the chart-topping book Effective Influence. He is a highly successful entrepreneur, professional ‘mentalist’ and is widely considered as one of the world’s leading authorities on influence, persuasion, effectiveness and adapting to change. Duncan’s humorous, interactive and highly visual keynotes inspire audiences to develop different perspectives. His collaboration with teams and leaders, whether it’s through leadership training, sales training, or speaking takes teams from good to excellent or from excellent to market-leading through tough economic times. Before Duncan became a keynote speaker, he earned an Honours degree in Business Management, served as an officer in the British Royal Navy, was a business coach and trainer as well as a senior executive for some internationally recognised businesses. Find out more here.
With over a decade of prior experience, Duncan is internationally acknowledged as the leading authority on the subjects of influence and effectiveness. All of his keynote speeches are relevant, tailored to each audience, memorable and motivating. He is widely regarded as an easy-to-work-with speaker and has delivered his presentations at summits and events worldwide and all throughout Brussels and Belgium.
Watch Duncan’s Brussels Extended Showreel Below:
Some of Duncan's Global Clients Include:
“Duncan was superb at our sales kick off last month. He delivered a really tailored speech to all of our delegates and was really patient with the tech issues we had. The hole of the conference team was wowed by how polished, entertaining and interactive he managed to make it. We would highly recommend him to others too.”
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT BRUSSELS FOR CONFERENCE DELEGATES:
Conference Centres and Event Venues in Brussels:
Albert Borschette Congress Center, Rue Froissart 36, 1040 Etterbeek
Bird Office, Rue des Pères Blancs 4, Beta Cowork, 1040 Brussels
BluePoint Brussels, Bd Auguste Reyers 80, 1030 Brussels, Belgium
Brussels Expo, Pl. de Belgique 1, 1020 Bruxelles
European Commission Charlemagne building, Rue de la Loi 170, 1000 Bruxelles,
L42 business center & workspaces, Rue de la Loi 42, 1040 Bruxelles
MCE Conference & Business Center, Rue de l’Aqueduc 118, 1050 Ixelles
Square Brussels Meeting Centre, Mont des Arts, 1000 Bruxelles
The EGG Brussels, Rue Bara 175, 1070 Bruxelles
General Information About The City:
Belgium’s capital city Brussels is comprised of the central town and areas that are part of the larger Brussels Capital Region and as of 2021 has a population of 2 million citizens and roughly an annual tourist count of four million. Brussel’s royal family calls this city home and lives in The Palace of Laeken just north of the city’s centre. Since Belgium has three official languages most signs and documents in the public realm are written in French, Dutch and German but Brussels is mostly comprised of French speakers. Brussels was officially founded in 979 by Charles I, Duke of Low Lotharingia, who established the first city charter. Among the most important sources of economic activity and biggest production sectors, there are electronics, chemicals, printing, publishing, clothing, telecommunications, aircraft construction, and food manufacturing. Beer is also a major industry in Brussels, you can choose from more than 800 brands of beer. Come and find out why the royals made this the seat of their power.
Brussels as a Conference and Events City:
Several international committees are headquartered in Brussels, including the European Commission, the Council of the European Union, the European Council, and the European Economic and Social Committee. They also host a large number of conventions and summits every year. The BSMA Europe annual conference is a major event that features speakers from across the world on the topics of the life sciences supply chain. Global ethanol producers, buyers, traders, technology companies, policy-makers, and government officials gather yearly for the World Ethanol & Biofuels Convention which usually lasts 3 days. Researchers from academia, government, and industry join forces in SLAS, a global, non-profit community of scientists devoted to maximizing the impact of technology on science. The EMN annual conference hosts speakers and workshops tackling some of the biggest areas of microfinance. Academicsera is an international conference on chemicals and Biochemicals that occurs every year. With the wide variety of conventions and summits that occur every year, Brussels Belgium is open and ready for you to host any type of event.
Places To Eat in Brussels as a Conference Attendee:
A trip to Brussels, Belgium, for a conference will allow you to experience a variety of local restaurants. Some of the top picks by locals and tourists alike include:
Le Chou de Bruxelles (+32 2 537 69 95) – A highly reviewed restaurant specializing in mussels, local dishes, and desserts, as well as beer and wine
Savage (+32 2 513 41 65) – A smaller restaurant loved by the locals and all ingredients are locally produced
Comme Chez Soi (+32 2 512 29 21) – A French restaurant known by almost every Belgium citizen
‘T Kelderke (+32 2 513 73 44) – offering local delicacies such as horse steak, this restaurant comes with many high reviews
For those with large groups that have healthy appetites, these buffet restaurants might be more to your liking:
La Cité Du Dragon (+32 2 375 80 80) – A buffet restaurant offering Cantonese food options
Kabuki (+32 2 218 86 96) – A buffet restaurant that specializes in Japanese dishes
La Fabbrica (+32 2 428 50 26) – An Italian buffet restaurant with a wide variety of food options
If none of those seems right for you and your party, here are a few more restaurants based on what type of food they serve:
Baladi (+32 2 672 44 25) – a Syrian restaurant that even offers vegan options for those who are more health-conscious
Xu Ji (+32 2 503 01 03) – For those in the mood for some good Chinese food
Lola (+32 2 514 24 60) – Described as a modern restaurant that offers an international food choice
Le Corrège (+32 2 734 34 12) – A highly recommended restaurant that offers a french menu
Sea Grill (+32 2 212 08 00) – If seafood is more to your taste
Brussels Sights and Attractions for Conference Delegates:
A few must-see places include the Grand Place a popular tourist attraction and world heritage site and a famous landmark. The Atomium is a sculpture made in 1958 and was made to represent the faith in science and nuclear power. You cannot go to Brussels and not check out the home of the royals, the Royal Palace of Laeken. For those interested in the history and culture of Brussels and Belgium, the Royal Museums of Fine Arts and the Brussels City Museum is also known as Maison du Roi in French, are some of the best and oldest the city has to offer. If you are looking for souvenirs to take back with you the Anspach Shopping Center offers a variety of well know as well as unique retailers.