Havana Keynote Speaker
An inspirational keynote speaker, Duncan Stevens speaks professionally over the world, not just in Havana or Cuba but from Barcelona to Beijing and from Beirut to Belfast and helps teams and leaders from all sectors and industries.
Throughout his career Duncan has established himself as a highly sought-after a highly experienced keynote speaker due to his content-rich, highly engaging, motivating and engaging keynote presentations and masterclasses. For over 10 years Duncan has been the CEO of the Influence Association (which he founded) is also the best-selling author of the number one best-selling book Effective Influence. Alongside being a successful entrepreneur, and global authority on influence and effectiveness, Stevens assists a number of the worlds most recognisable organisations, teams and business leaders to become more influential and more effective and readjust to economic changes through what they say and how they behave.
Before all of this Duncan was, and still is a highly successful entrepreneur, professional ‘mentalist’ and is regularly hired as a sales speaker, leadership speaker, change speaker and influence speaker in Havana and around Cuba. Duncan’s entertaining, interactive and visual keynote presentations encourage audiences to embrace fresh perspectives. His work, takes teams from excellent or outstanding to market-leading through difficult times. Duncan holds an Honours degree in Business Management, was an officer in UK’s Royal Navy, was a business coach and trainer as well as a senior executive for some internationally recognised brands. All of his keynote speeches are relevant, tailored to each conference, memorable and motivating. Duncan is often acknowledged as an easy-to-work-with speaker and has delivered his keynote speech at corporate events and events internationally and all throughout Havana and Cuba.
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Virtual Keynote Motivational Speaker in Havna
Cuba and Havana in particular, have been affected by the recent pandemic. In response to these economic changes, Duncan is now offering virtual keynote presentations alongside his live keynotes and masterclasses. You can learn about Duncan’s live and virtual keynotes and masterclasses or workshops below.
These are customised, tailored to your and your objectives and outcomes.
Some of Duncan's Global Clients Include:
“Thank you for all of us here in the events team for delivering such an amazing keynote experience for all of our guests. We could not have asked for me. The feedback from our delegates has been superb and yours has been the highest of the last few days. We will certainly be passing on your details to other event organisers too.”
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT HAVANA FOR CONFERENCE DELEGATES:
Conference Centres and Event Venues in Havana
Anfiteatro Varona Conference Center, Universidad de la Habana
Havna International Conference Centre, Calle 146, No1104, Entre 11 y 17
Telegrafo Conference Center, 416 de Martí, Palacio de Convenciones de la Habana
Palacio de Convenciones and Expo Centre, Palacio de Convenciones de la Habana
Saratoga Boutique Conference Centre, Paseo del Prado No. 603, La Habana
Quinta Avenida Habana Conference Center, Avenida 5ta, La Habana
Nacional de Cuba Conference Center, Calle 21 Plaza La Habana, 10400
General Information About The City:
This capital city of Cuba is the largest by area and most populous of any Caribbean metropolis, and with its over 2 million residents it has become an international trading port as well as the leading commercial centre for the region. Originally founded by the Spanish empire as a strategic fort — today contemporary Havana can essentially be explored as three cities in one the Old Havana which dates back to the European heritage, the Vedado from the Castro years, and the newer more modern suburban districts surrounding the city proper. And with its tropical climate, the city attracts over a million tourists each year, making it one of their most vitally important industries.
Havana as a Conference and Events City:
With its long history as a community-based nation most of the conventions on Cuba are education-based; from the International Congress of Agricultural Sciences, where they highlight how they have been a self-sufficient island for decades to the highly modern International Conference on Science Engineering & Technology which reflect their shift towards bringing the country into the twenty-first century. And of course, there is the International Congress of Higher Education that brings together the top universities from around the world to look at the challenges of dispensing knowledge.
Places To Eat in Havana as a Conference Attendee:
Even though the city may have a rustic charm, that may not suit though looking for elegant fine dining — there are still plenty of high-quality eateries for you to enjoy while you’re here; one of the best in Los Naranjos at Av. Paseo, where you can relax in their colonial style dining room while sampling global fusion dishes (+53 7 8311360); or if you’d prefer to have an authentic modern Cuban experience then La Guarida at 418 Concordia has a rooftop terrace and delicious plates (+53 7 8669047); and those who are looking for a more relaxed vibe can head to Le Chansonnier at Linea and Calle J, where they have live classical music and creative seasonal plates (+53 7 8321576); otherwise you could always make a reservation at Los Mercaderes at 207 Mercaderes, for a light lunch and cocktails on their town square patio (+53 7 8012437); plus there is Chacon 162 where you can find a fun night out with locals and some fresh local dishes made with seasonal ingredients to go with their creative drinks (+53 7 8601386).
Havana Sights and Attractions for Conference Delegates:
Explore exploring the Old Town world heritage sites; your conference delegates can head to Vedado where there are loads of upscale shops and social cafes to discover. Plus there are a bunch of cultural offerings from The National Museum of Fine Arts to The Museum of the Revolution; as well as the Museum of Decorative Arts where you can see a large collection of Afro-Cuban artefacts. And if you’d prefer to take in some live performances then the National Theater of Cuba has plenty on its schedule for you to consider, there is even the annual Havana Film Festival for those who enjoy movies.