Hong Kong Keynote Speaker
An inspirational keynote speaker, Duncan Stevens delivers his keynotes all over the world and Hong Kong, from Belgrade to Berlin and from Boston to Brisbane and beyond. He inspires audiences and delegates from a range of backgrounds, industries and sectors and all his keynotes are customised to your organisation and your team. Duncan is called upon to deliver his content-rich, engaging, inspiring and fascinating keynote speeches and masterclasses around the globe.
As an influence and persuasion expert and global authority on the subject it is no surprise that he founded the Influence Association and authored the best-selling book Effective Influence. As an entrepreneur, professional ‘mentalist’ Duncan is recognised as the world’s premier authority on influence, persuasion, effectiveness and adapting to economic change. As a Hong Kong Keynote Speaker, Duncan is a passionate about helping teams and leaders become more persuasive and more effective and readjust to industry changes effectively and take them from okay to superb or from exceptional to market-leading through tough economic times. You can find out more about Duncan here.
Duncan holds an Honours degree in Business Management, spent 4 years in the British Royal Navy, and has been a business coach and mentor as well as a senior executive for some internationally recognised businesses.
All of Duncan’s motivational keynote speeches are relevant, tailored to each audience, highly memorable and inspiring. Duncan is widely regarded as an easy to work with keynote speaker and has delivered his keynote speech at summits and sales kick-offs globally and is regularly hired as a sales speaker, leadership speaker, change speaker and influence speaker in Hong Kong.
Watch Duncan’s Extended Hong Kong Showreel Below:
Virtual Keynote Motivational Speaker in Hong Kong
The appeal of hiring Duncan as a virtual keynote speaker for your summit, corporate event, or sales-kick off in Hong Kong is that you get the same high-quality inspirational material while paying a fraction of the cost. Not only that, but Duncan is continuously updating and developing his online keynote presentation.
Duncan’s online presentations, which are produced with cutting-edge technology and bespoke applications, provide the same high-level visual slides and animations as his offline ones. Not only that but Duncan’s influence and persuasion demonstrations have been adjusted to an internet audience as well.
Duncan’s online keynote speaker bookings have allowed him to create a much more participatory experience. Delegates may now take part in interactive virtual question and answer sessions, post responses to polls, and do so much more using the Zoom platform, Microsoft Teams, and various other online conferencing platforms. As a result, Duncan’s virtual seminars are considerably more tailored to the members of the audience and delegates because they give them the option to ask questions about issues they are facing or matters about which they would want him to advise.
Some of Duncan's Global Clients Include:
“We saw Duncan’s virtual presentation a few years ago and couldn’t wait to get him back to deliver his presentation live. It was really interactive, engaging, full of real-life, workable tools and tips and he was extremely approachable even after. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend Duncan for your event and hope to work with him again soon!”
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT HONG KONG FOR CONFERENCE DELEGATES:
Conference Centres and Event Venues in Hong Kong
Graduate House Conference Center, Jockey Club, University Drive
Admiralty Conference Center, Admiralty, Harcourt Rd, 18/F, Tower
Hong Kong Convention and Expo Centre, 1 Expo Dr, Wan Chai
Hyatt Regency Conference Centre, 18 Hanoi Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui
Marco Polo Conference Center, 3 Canton Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui
The Pottinger Conference Center, 21 Stanley St, Central
General Information About The City:
Although the city of Hong Kong is essentially a part of China, the government maintains it as a special administrative region since it was handed back by the British Empire at the turn of the Millenium; as it is one of the most developed metropolitan areas on the planet. And with almost 8 million residents on a 1000 square kilometre island, it’s also one of the most expensive as well as densely populated cities in the world. This modern hub of finance with its commercial ports was originally a sparsely populated area of farming and fishing village which was later incorporated into the Qing Empire; so there are various cultural heritage attractions for conference delegates too.
Hong Kong as a Conference and Events City:
There are loads of international retail investment conventions for you to attend while in town; from Fashion Asia Hong Kong which highlights textiles and design materials from the region to the Hong Kong Electronics Fair which links buyers with potential supply partners as well as the International Travel Expo Hong Kong for those looking for adventure opportunities. You can even plug into the hospitality industry for the region at Hong Kong Vegetarian Food Asia Expo or Hong Kong Food Festival, they even have a World Leading Wines Expo for Hong Kong if you’d like to get connected with some of the best wine farms and producers from all around the world.
Places To Eat in Hong Kong as a Conference Attendee:
As a global hub for commerce Hong Kong has a bunch of high-quality eateries for your conference delegates to enjoy while here; one of the best though is Restaurant Petrus at Island Shangri-La where you can get classic French dishes in an elegant dining room setting (+852 2820 8590); if you’d prefer an authentic modern Chinese experience then Mandarin Grill at 5 Connaught Rd Central, has elevated seafood dishes with a great selection of wines (+852 2825 4004); and those looking for local fusion plates then T’ang Court at 8 Peking Rd, offers a stylish yet friendly atmosphere (+852 2132 7898); plus you could always make a reservation for Arbor at Queen’s Road Central, for some creative modern European cuisine with epic views of the city (+852 3185 8388); otherwise if you want a truly elegant night out then Vea Restaurant at 198 Wellington St, has high-end globally inspired food that’s paired with stylish cocktails and wines (+852 2711 8639).
Hong Kong Sights and Attractions for Conference Delegates:
The humid subtropical climate in Hong Kong means that the weather is usually great all year round, although it does rain slightly in summer; however in general you’ll be able to explore the city whenever you like — from the Wong Tai Sin Temple to the Bruce Lee statue on the Avenue of Stars, there is plenty to see. You can even take in some live musical performances, including the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra, as well as the annual Tuen Ng Festival, which is celebrated with a dragon boat parade.