Bucharest Keynote Speaker
Are you looking to secure a keynote speaker for your event? Duncan Stevens can be engaged as an inspirational motivational speaker in Bucharest. As a keynote speaker, he assists a number of the industry’s most recognisable companies, teams and leaders become more influential and more effective and adapt to economic changes through what they say and how they behave.
With over 10 years of expertise, Duncan has established himself as an in-demand contemporary keynote speaker due to his content-rich, highly engaging, inspiring and humorous keynote speeches and masterclasses. He is the founder and CEO of the Influence Association and best-selling author of the best-selling book Effective Influence. He is a successful entrepreneur, critically acclaimed ‘mentalist’ and is widely considered as among the world’s leading authorities on influence, persuasion, effectiveness and navigating industry changes. Duncan’s humorous, interactive and visual presentations motivate delegates to take on modern perspectives. His collaboration with teams and leaders, whether it’s through leadership coaching, sales training, or speaking takes teams from okay to superb or from exceptional to market-leading through challenging times. Before Duncan become a keynote speaker, he earned an Honours degree in Business Management, served as an officer in the UK’s Royal Navy, was a business coach and mentor as well as a senior manager for some internationally recognised companies.
With over 10 years of prior experience, Duncan is globally acknowledged as the leading authority on the subjects of influence and performance and change management. He is often regarded as an easy-to-work-with keynote speaker and has delivered his presentations at summits and sales kick-offs internationally and all throughout Bucharest and Belgium. You can find out more about Duncan here.
Watch Duncan’s Bucharest Extended Showreel Below:
Some of Duncan's Global and Bucharest Clients Include:
“We thoroughly enjoyed Duncan’s keynote talk at our sales kick-off. All of our audience took away something they can implement in their own sales framework. Duncan’s Effective Influence Model was superb and put everything into an elegant and easy to apply model. Great demonstrations and examples too. Highly recommened!”
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT BUCHAREST FOR CONFERENCE DELEGATES:
Conference Centres and Event Venues in Bucharest:
Platinum Business & Convention Centre, Șoseaua București-Ploiești 172-176, București 013686,
Auditorium Pallady, Bulevardul Theodor Pallady 40G, București 032266,
Ramada Plaza Bucharest Convention Center, Bulevardul Poligrafiei 3, București 013704,
Sala Eminescu, Bulevardul Mărăști 65-67, Bucuresti 011465
Bucharest International Conference Centre, alatul Parlamentului, Str. Izvor 2, Bucharest 050563,
General Information About The City:
Bucharest is centrally located in Europe and is a crossroad from Eastern to Western Europe. This is a major advantage for Bucharest as it is fast-tracking the city to becoming the most popular choice for hosting international conventions. Another advantage to choosing Bucharest, Romania is because it is a forward-thinking country hosting famous conventions such as The Bucharest Convention on the Protection of the Black Sea against Pollution.
It is the financial, industrial and cultural hub of Romania and delegates will experience first-class international standards of service at all the convention centres in Bucharest.
Bucharest 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 Bucharest as a Conference Attendee:
When visiting the cultural city of Bucharest be sure to try the famous street food called Mici or Mititei which is a meat roll grilled over charcoal and is spicy, hot, and juicy. Romania is famous for its cabbage rolls called Sarmale and mouth-watering Turta Dulce traditional gingerbread. Here are some amazing restaurants to sample when conference delegates are hungry.
Caru’ cu bere Strada Stavropoleos 5, is a beautiful dining experience set in a restaurant with stained glass windows, wood panelling and a patio.
Restaurant Hora Bucuresti Bulevardul Poligrafiei 69, serving a Mediterranean cuisine.
The Artist on Calea Victoriei 147, Sector 1 this is nominated as the best restaurant in Bucharest located in the Old Town a wonderful unique offering is to try the spoon tastings to experience many different dishes.
Bucharest Sights and Attractions for Conference Delegates:
After your conference or sales kick-off, be sure to visit some of Bucharest’s most famous attractions:
The Old Town – It is the oldest settlement in Bucharest dating back to the 15th century enjoy strolling down the cobbled streets browsing bookshops and drinking coffee at sidewalk cafes. Elsewhere, the Palace of the Parliament on Strada Izvor 2-4 showcases over 3000 rooms and one of the world’s largest administrative buildings second only to the Pentagon.
The Dimitrie Gusti National Village Museum Kiseleff 28-30, Herastrau Park is a unique museum. Each building in the Village was carefully reconstructed to form a walkable village museum in 1936 comprising of 300 buildings representing traditional Romanian life.
Bucharest’s Arch of Triumph Kiseleff Road is perhaps one of the reasons Bucharest was called little Paris. The Arch was completed in 1878 and made from wood. In 1936 it was reconstructed in granite and stands 27 metres high. It is still today the focal point for military parades.