Lima Keynote Speaker
Motivational Speaker Lima. Duncan Stevens can be booked as an inspiring motivational speaker in Lima. As a keynote speaker, he helps some of the world’s most recognisable organizations, teams and executives become more influential and more effective and adapt to economic changes through what they say and how they behave.
With over 10 years of experience, Duncan has established himself as a sought-after a highly experienced keynote speaker in Peru due to his content-rich, engaging, inspiring and fascinating keynote speeches and masterclasses. He is the founder and CEO of the Influence Association and author of the best-selling book Effective Influence. He is a highly successful entrepreneur, professional ‘mentalist’ and is widely regarded as one of the world’s leading authorities on influence, persuasion, effectiveness and navigating economic change. Duncan’s humorous, engaging and highly visual presentations encourage attendees to embrace new perspectives. His collaboration with teams and leaders, whether it’s through leadership coaching, sales training, or speaking takes organisations from pretty good to superb or from exceptional to market-leading through difficult times. Before Duncan became a keynote speaker, he earned 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 executive for some globally recognised brands.
With over 10 years of experience, Duncan is internationally acknowledged as the premier authority on the subjects of influence and high performance. He is widely acknowledged as an easy-to-work-with speaker and has presented at corporate events and events internationally and all over Lima and Peru.
Watch Duncan’s Lima Extended Showreel Below:
Some of Duncan's Global and Lima Clients Include:
“This was one of the best Keynotes we have seen delivered in the last few years. It was to the point (no waffle) entertaining, wholly engaging and full of content. Duncan spent time understanding what our objectives were and he tailored his presentation to deliver on those requirements. Highly recommended speaker!”
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT LIMA FOR CONFERENCE DELEGATES:
Conference Centres and Event Venues in Lima
Delfines Convention Center, Ca. Los Eucaliptos 555, San Isidro 15076
Westin Lima Convention Center, C. Las Begonias 450, San Isidro 00027
Sheraton Lima Convention Center, Av Paseo 170, Cercado de Lima 15001
Millenium Centro de Convenciones, Av. A. Mendiola 6267, Los Olivos 15304
Hyatt Centric San Isidro Lima, Av Jorge Basadre 367, Lima 15073
Centro de Convenciones de Lima, Arqueología 206, San Borja 15021
General Information About The City:
The Pacific seaport town is actually one of the largest cities in South America and is geographically located at the convergence of three river valleys — merging the desert with coastal plains and oceanside mountains. Its also known as home to one of the oldest colonial institutions of higher learning on the planet, The National University of San Marcos; which was founded during the Spanish occupation in the 1500s. The city has even hosted several high-profile global events over the years from the UN Climate Conference to Miss Universe as well as the Pan American Games, meaning that its infrastructure and public transportation options for tourists are world-class.
Lima as a Conference and Events City:
As an international trade hub and centre of commerce in the region, there are plenty of conferences for your delegates to choose from, including the Expotextil Peru which is an excellent place to find textile manufacturers on the continent, or even Peru Grafinca which is intended to highlight the countries best graphic and branding design professionals. You can even plug into the local food industry at LCA Foods Conference Peru, as well as at Lima Expo Pesca & Acuiperu which has a focus on aquaculture and seafood. It’s worth remembering that between December and April, their summers can be really hot and humid, and although there is rain in winter it may be more suitable for you.
Places To Eat in Lima as a Conference Attendee:
With such a finger to the international pulse, Lima in Peru has loads of high-quality eateries for you to enjoy, one of the best in Malabar at Av. Camino Real 101, where you can have an elegant authentic Peruvian experience (+51 1 4405200); there is also the modern and stylish Restaurante Maras at C. Amador Merino Reyna 589, that offers creative nu-Peru dishes and comfortable cocktails (+51 9 62382609); and for those who are looking for a more relaxed but still high-end then Osaka San Isidro at Felipe, Av. Pardo y Aliaga 660, has Asian fusion plates and a great wine selection (+51 1 2220405); or if you’d prefer some refined regional light seafood lunch then the courtyard at Astrid y Gastón in Av. Paz Soldan 290, is for you (+51 1 4422777); otherwise, you can always make a reservation for Maido at C. San Martin No. 399, and enjoy some upmarket Japanese cuisine with a delicious Peruvian twist (+51 1 3135100).
Lima Sights and Attractions for Conference Delegates:
The architecture in Lima offers a mix of styles for you to discover from the Monastery of San Francisco to the Torre Tagle Palace, you’ll surely be enthralled. Otherwise could always explore some of the local nature by exploring either the Park of the Reserve or the Park of the Exposition where they have the largest fountain complex in the world. And if you’d prefer to take in a museum or two there are plenty, including the Museum of Natural History, as well as The Museum of Italian Art which hosts various European collections throughout the year. Plus there are loads of beaches — many of which are connected to food and shopping districts, so getting some to eat or finding that perfect South American gift is probably not going to be an issue for delegates.