Manila Keynote Speaker
Want to bring a motivational keynote speaker in Manila to your event in the Philippines? Duncan Stevens can be booked as an inspirational motivational speaker in Manila. As a keynote speaker, he helps a number of the world’s most recognisable businesses, teams and leaders become more influential and more effective and readjust to change through what they say and how they act.
With over a decade of experience, Duncan has certainly himself as an in-demand and easy-to-work-with keynote speaker in Manila due to his content-rich, engaging, motivating and humorous keynote presentations and masterclasses. He is the founder and CEO of the Influence Association and best-selling author of the best-selling book Effective Influence. He is a serial entrepreneur, award-winning ‘mentalist’ and is considered as among the world’s leading authorities on influence, persuasion, effectiveness and navigating change.
Duncan’s entertaining, content-rich and visual keynote speeches motivate audiences to embrace modern perspectives. His work, whether it’s through leadership coaching, sales coaching, or speaking takes teams from okay to great or from outstanding to market-leading through challenging economic times. Before Duncan become 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 trainer as well as a senior manager for some globally recognised brands. Learn more about Duncan here.
With over 10 years of experience, Duncan is internationally acknowledged as the leading authority on the subjects of persuasion and performance. Duncan is widely regarded as an easy-to-work-with keynote speaker in Manila and has delivered his keynote speech at conferences and sales kick-offs globally and all over Manila and the Phillipines.
Watch Duncan’s Manila Extended Showreel Below:
Some of Duncan's Global and Manila Clients Include:
“Duncan delivered a speech which was a resounding success by all of our delegates. It was to the point, loads of really fantastic examples, straight from the studies conducted by the Influence Association and other behavioural scientists. All we applicable and our team were itching to put them into use. This was hugely entertaining too. Can’t thank you enough!”
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT MANILA FOR CONFERENCE DELEGATES:
Conference Centres and Event Venues in Manila:
Philippine International Convention Center, Vicente Sotto St, Metro Manila 1307.
IFI Complex, 1500 Taft Ave, Manila, 1007.
Philippines Trade Training Center, Sen. Gil J. Puyat Ave, Metro Manila 1300.
SMX Convention Center, Mall of Asia Complex, Seashell Ln, Metro Manila 1300.
Center for Leadership and Change, 130 H.V. Dela Costa, Metro Manila 1227.
CCP Complex, Roxas Blvd, Metro Manila 1300.
General Information About The City:
Located along the eastern shore of Manila Bay and known as the ‘Pearl of the Orient, Manila, which is the capital city of the Philippines, is the economic, political, social and cultural hub of the Asian country. It is also the centre of industrial development and the international port of entry within the country. Rich in history and culture, Spanish, American, Chinese, and Malay influences can be found in Manila and, owing to a constant rural-urban migration trend, the city is densely populated. The capital has a tropical climate with the wet season occurring between June and November and an annual average temperature of around 27 °C. Public transportation consists of buses, jeepneys (small buses built on the chassis of jeeps), and taxis within the metropolitan area.
Manila as a Conference and Events City:
The city has several conference centres on offer and is regarded as a hub in the Philippines for conventions, conferences and festivals. Among the highly anticipated events include the Marikina Sapatos Festival – a month-long annual celebration in mid-October promoting local talent; the National Retail Conference and Stores Asia Expo – recorded as the biggest event in the Philippines’ retail industry; and the Philippines World Building and Construction Exposition which largely focuses on establishing and building business deals between stakeholders. There are also events with a focus on industrial policies, technological innovation and the lucrative travel industry.
Places To Eat in Manila as a Conference Attendee:
A country with a confluence of cultures has some of the most diverse dishes on offer. There is a dish for every palate with high-end and local cuisine on offer. To try authentic Filipino dishes, Barbara’s Heritage Restaurant (Plaza Sans Luis Complex, General Luna St, Intramuros, Manila 1002) is a must-try (+63 2 527 4083) or for a taste of 21 countries found in a gourmet buffet, Spiral (Sofitel Philippine Plaza Manila, CCP Complex, Roxas Blvd, Pasay, Metro Manila 1300) offers one of the best-known spreads in the city (+63 2 573 5555).
Asian-fusion dishes can be found at Ilustrado Restaurant (General Luna Street, Intramuros, Manila 1002) which is open seven days a week (+63 2 527 2345) and Café Ilang-Ilang (The Manila Hotel, 1 Rizal Park, Ermita, Manila 0913) also open daily (+63 2 527 0011).
For a view of the harbour while dining, try Harbor View Restaurant (South Dr, Ermita, Manila 1000) which offers a tantalising seafood menu (+63 2 710 0060).
Manila Sights and Attractions for Conference Delegates:
A mix of 16th-century history and modern-era attractions awaits visitors. Churches, monuments and landscaped parks all form part of what can be expected. Local fauna and flora can be found at Rizal Park while a state-of-the-art aquatic facility at the Manila Ocean Park and sites such as San Agustin Church, the designated UNESCO World Heritage site, and a money museum can all be explored on a trip to the capital. Fort Santiago and the Intramuros are also important historical features in the city.