Aukland Keynote Speaker
Speaking around the world from Aukland to Asia, Europe and internationally, Duncan Stevens can be engaged as an inspirational motivational speaker in Aukland.
As a keynote speaker, he helps brands, teams and business leaders unlock their influence and persuasion potential to allow them to influence more effectively, sell more consistently and collaborate more productively and to adapt to industry changes through what they say and how they act. Learn more here.
With over a decade of expertise, Steven’s has established himself as a sought-after keynote speaker due to his content-rich, engaging, inspiring and humorous presentations and workshops. He founded the Influence Association (where is now CEO) and is also the best-selling author of the number one best-selling book Effective Influence. He is a successful entrepreneur, professional ‘mentalist’ and is widely considered as among the world’s leading authorities on influence and persuasion. His talks help teams and leaders navigate economic change and speaks around the world from Munich to Nashville and from Nassau to New Delhi. Duncan’s entertaining, engaging and visual keynotes inspire audiences to take on modern perspectives and think in line with the rapidly changing world to give them the edge. This helps companies increase their performance and adapt to economic changes. His work, whether it’s through leadership training, sales training, or speaking takes organisations from good to great in normal and challenging economic times.
Duncan holds 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 recognized businesses. Fast forward to the present day and he is the leading authority on the subjects of influence, persuasion, sales and collaboration. Duncan’s keynote speeches are relevant, unique, highly memorable and inspiring. He has spoken at corporate events and events worldwide and all throughout Aukland and New Zealand.
Watch Duncan’s Extended Aukland Showreel Below:
Some of Duncan's Global and Aukland Clients Include:
“Duncan delivered a truly superb keynote at our conference the other week. His professionalism was second to none and he made so much effort to understand our company values and people. He delivered some really valuable content alongside a lot of entertainment leaving everyone fired up and ready to apply the techniques and insights he shared!”
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT AUKLAND FOR CONFERENCE DELEGATES:
Conference Centres and Event Venues in Aukland
International Convention Centre, 101 Hobson Street, Auckland 1010
Auckland Conference Centre, 12 Nicholls Lane, Parnell, Auckland 1010
Orakei Bay Event Venue, 231 Orakei Road, Remuera, Auckland 1050
Waipuna Hotel and Conference Centre, 58 Waipuna Road, Auckland 1060
Park Hyatt Auckland, 99 Halsey Street, Auckland CBD, Auckland 1010
Hilton Auckland, 147 Quay Street, Auckland CBD, Auckland 1010
General Information About The City:
Situated on the North Island of New Zealand, Auckland is the largest city in the country as a whole with a population of almost 2 million in the greater metro area. And while the European settlers from almost 800 years ago make up about half of the population, Asians make up a third with the balance being the biggest Polynesian community on the planet. And with its dual ports, one on each the Indian and another on the Pacific, the city is one of the most important commercial hubs in the region; although its economy has a significant focus on farming, manufacturing and tourism.
Aukland as a Conference and Events City:
As an international hub for business there are loads of conventions for you conference delegates to consider from the New Zealand CX Conference on Technology or the Cyber Resilience Summit for those interested in the digital side of things, although there are also analogue tech conferences such as the eBike Expo. Plus being a modern city with a healthy design sector there is a bunch of events focused on wellness including the Hauora Yoga Conference Auckland and the International Conference on Nutrition & Health, as well as the Event Organisers Summit for those looking to connect with regional conference producers. And there are even plenty of special events from the Artweek Auckland or the Pet & Animal Expo Auckland if you’d like to plug into something slightly more relaxed while in the city.
Places To Eat in Aukland as a Conference Attendee:
There are plenty of high-quality eateries for your conference delegates to enjoy while in the city, although one of the best is The Grove Restaurant at Saint Patricks Square, where you can get an upscale multi-course meal while in an intimate surrounding (+64 9-368 4129); or if you’d prefer an elegant seafood meal then Fish Restaurant at 147 Quay Street, offers a stylish vibe and views of the harbour (+64 9-978 2020; and those looking for a modern Italian vibe can head to Baduzzi at 26 Jellicoe Street, for a vibey retro-chic atmospheres and creative dishes (+64 9-309 9339); otherwise you can always make a reservation for Sidart Restaurant at 283 Ponsonby Road, where they have high-end global fusion plates with a great selection of wines and awesome views of the city (+64 9-360 2122); plus there is Pasture Restaurant at 235 Parnell Road if you like to get a healthy light lunch made with locally sourced seasonal ingredients (+64 9-300 5077)
Aukland Sights and Attractions for Conference Delegates:
Being a global tourism destination the city offers a whole bunch of things for conference delegates to do and see while here; from exploring the natural island surrounding which were shaped by a local volcano to discovering the colonial architecture at places like Albert Park in central Auckland. However there are plenty of leisure options too including sailing in the bay to sunbathing on their many white sand beaches, plus you can even enjoy some local art heritage at their various museums such as the Auckland Art Gallery. Or if you’re in town at the right time of year then there are dozens of festivals to check out like the New Zealand International Film Festival, or Auckland International Comedy Festival, although they do a vibrant nightlight whenever you are here.