Keynote Speaker Singapore | Top Motivational Speaker Duncan

Keynote speaker Singapore. Duncan Stevens is a professional motivational speaker who inspires audiences all over Asia. With over 10 years of experience speaking professionally across South East Asia, he is most regularly hired to help brands, companies, teams, and leaders cultivate a mindset for success, influence more effectively, lead with more impact and efficacy and collaborate more productively. 

So why hire Duncan?

Duncan is widely regarded as one of the world’s leading experts in influence, persuasion, and effectiveness. He has helped hundreds of clients and thousands of delegates over Singapore and internationally moves the needle on their influencing abilities. This has resulted in increased sales and profits, higher levels of repeat business, improved customer service levels, and ease to which teams navigate change and more effective teams and leaders. These are just some of the benefits of hiring Duncan as your motivational speaker in Singapore or delivering one of his acclaimed masterclasses.

What makes him an authority?

Having founded the Influence Association over 15 years ago, Duncan is also a serial entrepreneur, author of his best-selling book ‘Effective Influence’. Before Duncan’s journey into influence, persuasion, high-performance leadership, collaboration and behavioural psychology Duncan has run several high successful start-ups, and has helped some of the worlds most recognisable brands positively impact their bottom line.

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Duncan is an in demand keynote speaker in and around Singapore and helps brands, companies and businesses all over the world too. If you want to find out how Duncan can help you or your leadership team increase their levels of influence and effectiveness through his exciting keynote presentations or masterclasses then use the book now button here:


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Some of the Conference Centres in Singapore, South East Asia:

Singapore is really well set up for intimate and large scale conferences, summits, sales kick offs, tradeshows and specialist events. Here are a few conference centres, exhibition halls, or event venues in Singapore that Duncan has either spoken at or recommends:

Singapore Expo, 1 Expo Dr, Singapore 486150

Sands Expo & Convention Centre, 10 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018956

Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre, 1 Raffles Blvd,  039593

Park Avenue Convention Centre, 4 Changi Business Park Ave 1,  486016

Singapore Conference Hall, 7 Shenton Way, 068810

RNN Conference Centre Pte Ltd, 137 Cecil St, 069537

Raffles City Convention Centre, 80 Bras Basah Rd, 189560

Sheraton Towers Singapore, 39 Scotts Rd, 228230

Grand Hyatt Singapore, 10 Scotts Rd, 228211

General Information About The City:

Situated just off the southern tip of the Malaysian peninsula and slightly north of the equator, this sovereign city-state is made up of one main island and a whole bunch of islets — and is the second most densely populated on in the world. It also has most of the most diverse multicultural societies on the planet with a constitution that is based on protecting the rights of an individual to associate with whomever they please. And with one of the highest rankings on the human development index, this metropolis has become one of the economic, housing and financial stability indicators for the united nations; along with being the home to various international organisations for global trade and politics.

Singapore as a Conference and Events City:

As a global finance and commerce hub there are plenty of opportunities for your conference delegates to plug into the world of hospitality and related products like Cafe Asia, where you can connect with professionals and brands in the industry. Plus there is Superfood Asia and Vitafoods Asia — that have more of a focus on the actual supply of ingredients, along with World Aquaculture that is the planet premier expo for farming with fish. There are also a whole bunch of tech-based options from the Safety & Security Asia Expo and International Facility Management Expo to the Singapore FinTech Festival; they all look at the various challenges over the modern business in their respective fields. As well as plenty of real estate and development conferences like Design Asia and SmartBuildings Singapore, which reflect the counties shift towards ecological solutions and sustainability within their economy.

Places To Eat in Singapore as a Conference Attendee:

There are loads of high-quality eateries for you to discover while here, as the city is one of the most visited by internationals on the planet, however, one of the best fine dining restaurants is Whitegrass Restaurant at 30 Victoria St, where they offer French-Japanese fusion dishes (+65 6837 0402); or if you’d prefer an elegant light lunch then Alma by Juan Amador 22 Scotts Rd, offers creative seasonal dishes (+65 6735 9937); and those looking for something a little more European can head to Jaan By Kirk Westaway at 2 Stamford Rd, for global fusion plate and amazing views of the city (+65 6431 6156); otherwise you can always make a reservation for Garibaldi Restaurant at 36 Purvis St, where you can get a multi-course Italian meal in the stylish dining room (+65 6837 1468); plus there is Candlenut at 17a Dempsey Rd, which has a sleek cafe vibe with rustic yet refined dishes and a sophisticated wine list (+65 1800 304 2288).

Singapore Sights and Attractions for Conference Delegates:

Having been inhabited by various empires over the centuries this metropolis offers loads of cultural heritage attractions for you to visit from Speakers’ Corner in Chinatown — which is a functional monument to free speech to the Singapore Botanic Gardens that are recognised as a world heritage site in and of themselves. Plus your delegates will be able to check out more educational focused options including the  Singapore Art Museum and The National Gallery Singapore, along with various live music based at one of the there many formal venues, so it’s worth checking the local listed for schedule times when you arrive here; as the weather is usually pleasant all year round so there is usually something on.