Copenhagen Keynote Speaker
Duncan Stevens can be hired as an inspirational motivational speaker in Copenhagen. As a world-class keynote speaker, he helps several of the world’s most recognisable businesses, teams and executives become more influential and more effective and adapt to global changes through what they say and how they act.
With over ten years of prior experience, Duncan has already himself as a sought-after professional keynote speaker due to his content-rich, engaging, motivating and fascinating keynote speeches and masterclasses. He is the founder and CEO of the Influence Association and best-selling author of the number one best-selling book Effective Influence. He is a successful entrepreneur, critically acclaimed ‘mentalist’ and is widely considered as one of the world’s leading authorities on influence, persuasion, high performance and navigating industry changes. Duncan’s entertaining, interactive and visual presentations motivate audiences to develop new perspectives. His work, whether it’s through leadership coaching, sales coaching, or speaking takes organisations from pretty good to excellent or from excellent to market-leading through difficult times. Before Duncan became a keynote speaker, he gained 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 executive for some internationally recognised brands. Learn more here.
With over a decade of prior experience, Duncan is globally recognised as the leading authority on the subjects of influence and high performance. All of his keynote speeches are relevant, tailored to each audience, highly memorable and inspiring. He is often regarded as an easy-to-work-with speaker and has presented at summits and sales kick-offs globally and all throughout Copenhagen and Denmark.
Watch Duncan’s Copenhagen Extended Showreel Below:
Some of Duncan's Global and Copenhagen Clients Include:
“We wanted to send you a glowing review to match the high quality of presentation and the work you delivered. Your keynote speech was fabulous and any other organisations looking to hire a speaker to inspire their guests and make them laugh and at the same time give them some great content, then look no further than Duncan Stevens!”
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT COPENHAGEN FOR CONFERENCE DELEGATES:
Conference Centres and Event Venues in Copenhagen
CPH Conference Center, Tietgensgade 65, 1704 København
Carlsberg Conference Center, Gamle Vej 15, 1799 København
Bella Sky Conference Centre, Center Blvd. 5, 2300 København
Øksnehallen Conference Centre, Halmtorvet 11, 1700 København
Mogens Dahl Conference Center, Snorresgade 22, 2300 København
Phoenix Copenhagen Conference Center, Bredgade 37, 1260 København
General Information About The City:
This capital city of Denmark, with a population of under 1 million people, is situated on a small island called Zealand — that is connected to the mainland by bridges, which technically contains a portion of the city. Originally Copenhagen was just a simple Viking fishing village, however today — and dating back to renaissance actually, the city flourishes as the cultural and economic centre of Scandinavia. And since the turn of the Millenium the government has invested heavily in the information technology sector, which has allowed companies, specifically in pharmaceuticals and clean technology, to thrive; as well as making their metropolis a paradise for the many university students who attend the half dozen or so world-class higher learning institutions in the city.
Copenhagen as a Conference and Events City:
As an eco-conscious nation with leading technology businesses, it’s no surprise that your conference delegates will have loads of green-focused conventions to attend; most notably is the International Conference on Environment and Natural Science, as well as the Copenhagen Innovation Roundtable Summit. Or if you’d prefer to focus on the technology side of things there is EuroPACT Denmark, Copenhagen Computerworld Summit, WindEurope Offshore, and even the CIO Nordic Summit — all dealing with the various aspects of checking up with the demands of doing local business online both internationally and their specific regions. Otherwise, those who want to plug into the retail world can head to Copenhagen Fashion Week, one of the largest textile design events on the planet along with their Copenhagen International Fashion Fair. Plus there is the Art Nordic Exhibition if you’d like to invest in assets of the ascetic variety instead.
Places To Eat in Copenhagen as a Conference Attendee:
There are loads of high-quality eateries in Copenhagen and in fact it is home to what is widely considered the best cafe on the planet, Chef Redzepi’s Noma at Refshalevej 96, where you get to sample world-class Scandinavian dishes presented as a 20-course meal (+45 32 96 32 97); or if you’d prefer something slightly more vibey then Kokkeriet at Kronprinsessegade 64, has creative contemporary plate and a modern jazz playlist, as well as upscale decor (+45 33 15 27 77); and those looking for a more elegant experience can head to Restaurant Alouette at Sturlasgade 14, where they have innovative plates that are paired with great wines in a relaxed setting (+45 31 67 66 06); otherwise you can always make a reservation for Marv & Ben at Snaregade 4, and enjoy an authentic Danish meal with an open kitchen that makes creative locally-sourced food that they serve with organic wines (+45 23 81 02 91); plus there is the stylish modern Restaurant Grønnegade at Grønnegade 39, where you can get global fusion dishes with a slight French twist in an intimate yet sleek Scandinavian inspired dining room (+45 33 93 31 33).
Copenhagen Sights and Attractions for Conference Delegates:
With dozens of parks throughout the city there are tons to explore from the Kongens Have Gardens to the University Botanical Gardens or even the Frederiksberg Gardens, during summer they are usually full of people having fun. You may even want to take a look at Free-town Christiania, one of the largest and oldest operating communes on the planet; although there are a bunch of museums and galleries around the city if you’d prefer to learn about archaeology and cultural history of the area. There are even a whole host of performance venues for you to check out too, including The Royal Danish Theatre for plays and operas, or Copenhagen Concert Hall for live music.