Casablanca Keynote Speaker
Motivational Speaker Casablanca. Duncan Stevens can be booked as an inspiring motivational speaker in Casablanca. As a keynote speaker, he helps several of the industry’s most recognisable brands, teams and leaders unlock their creative potential and help them to influence other more effectively more often.
With over a decade of prior experience, Duncan has certainly himself as an in-demand and exciting keynote speaker due to his content-rich, engaging, inspiring and entertaining keynote speeches and masterclasses. He is the founder of the Influence Association and best-selling author of the chart-topping book Effective Influence. He is a creative conusltant, professional ‘mentalist’ and is considered as one of the world’s leading authorities on business creativity, influence and innovation. Duncan’s entertaining, interactive and highly visual keynote presentations motivate attendees to embrace new perspectives and adopt a more creative and global mindset.
Before Duncan become a keynote speaker, he secured an Honours degree in Business Management, served as an officer in the British Royal Navy, was a business coach and mentor as well as a senior manager for some globally recognised brands.
With over 10 years of experience, Duncan is internationally acknowledged as the premier authority on the subjects of innovation and creativity alongside influence and persuasion. Duncan is an easy-to-work-with keynote speaker and has delivered his presentations at conferences and sales kick-offs globally and all over Casablanca and Morocco.
Watch Duncan’s Casablanca Extended Showreel Below:
Some of Duncan's Global and Casablanca Clients Include:
“Duncan came over to Morocco to deliver his influence keynote to a group of 600 delegates to our annual conference. All of them were extremely impressed not only by what they learnt but the engaging keynote Duncan delivered. It was fin, informative and entertaining with lots of content. Duncan really did deliver on our objectives and look forward to collaborating again!”
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT CASABLANCA FOR CONFERENCE DELEGATES:
Conference Centres and Event Venues in Casablanca
Agora Conference Center, Av. A et AC57 et AC21, Casablanca 20100
Hyatt Regency Conference Center, Place des Nations Unies, Casablanca 20000
Royal Mansour Conference Center, 27 Av. des FAR, Casablanca 20250
Barceló Anfa Conference Center, 44 Bd d’Anfa, Casablanca 20000
EHTP Conference Center, Route d’El Jadida, Casablanca, 20000
General Information About The City:
Situated on the Chaouia Plain in the northwestern corner of Africa, the Atlantic coast city of Casablanca is one of the largest financial centres in the region with the port servicing much of the business, economic, technology interests of some leading international companies who have their regional headquarters here.; Casablanca is also the home of the primary base in the Moroccan Navy, which was rebuilt along with much of the city after the great destruction earthquake in 1755. Sultan Mohammad ben Abdallah reunited the city and named it “ad-al-Beyda”, which is known for its fertile land; as well as its educational, and visual art centres, which include the highly ranked Hassan II Mosque Foundation Multimedia Library, and the King Abdul Aziz Foundation of Human Sciences and Islamic studies.
Casablanca as a Conference and Events City:
As an international business hub, there are loads of conferences for your delegates to attend — many of them in the textiles sector from TexTech Morocco International Expo or the Morocco Home Textile Fair to the Morocco Furniture& Decoration Fair. And with an up and coming market, there is also a heavy focus on health and wellness, highlights included Cosmetista Expo North & West Africa and the Morocco International Medical Expo. You can even plug into the sustainability and food services sector at the Morocco Annual FoodExpo Casablanca, or even the Morocco Siema and Siab Expos.
Places To Eat in Casablanca as a Conference Attendee:
The city is also known for having a variety of beautiful, elegant eateries for diners to enjoy, one of the best food is Le Bistrot Chic at Rue Taha Hussein, where they have a fresh modern atmosphere and wholesome Morrocan cuisine (+212 5222-97878); or you could head to Meson Asador at 29 Rue Al Word, for a cosy lounge vibe with tapas-style dishes make with Argentinian flavours (+212 5222-61818); and there is also Don Camillo at 8 Rue Abou Raqraq, where you can get high-quality Spanish inspired plates with a great selection of wines (+212 5223-11644); otherwise, you could always make a reservation for La Brasserie du Boulevard at 19 Bd Franklin Roosevelt, and enjoy a stylish fine-dining experience featuring nu-French cuisine (+212 6694-98519); for those wanting to have an elegant night out though La Bavaroise at Rue Nichakra Rahal, offers creative European fusion dishes in a plant-filled dining room (+212 5223-11760).
Casablanca Sights and Attractions for Conference Delegates:
The city is known for many beautiful places for tourists and convention attendees to explore, these include the Hassan II Mosque, which is located just beyond the northern tip in the medina or old city, as well as the downtown area which holds much heritage architecture from the Bank of Morocco building to its historic post office which is styled as neo-Moorish. There are also loads of interesting shrines dotted throughout the town — many of which date back to when the Portuguese took in the 18th century; the highlight of which is Cathedral du Sacre Coeur and is said to be gracefully touched by a European influence. Conference delegates can even explore some wonderful markets and get a bit of tourist shopping done, most notably in the Marche central zone, on rue allal ben Abdallah which is known for traditional handicrafts and carpets.