Bali Keynote Speaker
The international keynote speaker and leading motivational keynote speaker in Bangkok Duncan Stevens delivers bespoke and content-rich keynotes which inspire, educate and entertain a range of audiences and delegates from all around Bali, Indonesia and the world. He presents from Dubai to Dublin and from Dusseldorf to Edinburgh and is a renowned expert in influence, persuasion, change management, leadership and effectiveness. He provides entertaining keynote speeches to global business audiences and delegates who represent and range of industries.
As the founder of the Influence Association author of the best-selling book Effective Influence, successful entrepreneur and professional ‘mentalist’ Duncan is highly passionate about offering educational and inspirational stage presentations to large and small international delegates. He assists companies, business and leading authorities on topics of influence, persuasion, effectiveness and navigating change and offers the opportunity to adopt fresh perspectives. You can discover more about Duncan here.
Whether it is thorugh his content-rich and entertaining keynote presentations or masterclasses, his work delivers thought-provoking messages to delegates across a range of backgrounds and industries. His content-rich and entertaining keynote presentations help clients unleash their influence and persuasion potential, navigate or manage change and lead, sell and collaborate more effectively to make them not only excellent, but market-leading.
Throughout his illustrious career, Duncan has taken his experience as an Officer in the Royal Navy, senior manager in international organisations, to deliver keynote presentations that are relevant, unique, compelling and highly inspiring. As an easy-to-work-with speaker Duncan has presented at corporate events and events throughout Bali and South East Asia.
Watch Duncan’s Extended Bali Showreel Below:
Virtual Keynote Motivational Speaker Bali, Indonesia:
Are you looking into hosting a virtual or online conference instead of a live event in Bali, Indonesia?
If you haven’t returned to the office yet or are simply enjoying virtual conferences more than live events and are looking for something to bring something unique, memorable and interactive to inspire your team, then Duncan may have the solution. Duncan has spent the last few years sharing his highly interactive virtual keynotes to delegates all over Bali, Indonesia and South East Asia.
You can discover more about Duncan’s online interactive, engaging and immersive virtual influence, change management, leadership or collaboration masterclasses here.
Some of Duncan's Global Clients Include:
“Duncan was engaging, professional and a lot of fun to work with. He delivered on all of our objectives and surpassed our expectations! We look forward to working with him in some capacity again!”
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT BALI FOR CONFERENCE DELEGATES:
Conference Centres and Event Venues in Bali:
Bali International Convention Centre, Kawasan Pariwisata Nusa Dua, Benoa, Bali 80363
Riverside Convention Center, Jl. Gn. Catur IV Jl. Gatot Subroto Barat No.8, Bali 80116
Nusa Pujian Convention Center, Jl. Bypass Ngurah Rai No.77X, Kec. Kuta Sel, Bali 80361
Grand Hyatt Bali, Kawasan Wisata Nusa Dua BTDC, South Kuta, Badung Regency, Bali 80363
Four Points by Sheraton Bali, Uluwatu St Banjar Giri Dharma, Badung Regency, Bali 80364
Conrad Bali, Jl. Pratama No.168, Tj. Benoa, Kec. Kuta Sel., Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80363
General Information About The City:
The island of Bali is a province of Indonesia and the westernmost in the Lesser Sunda; which is located just east of Java, and is one of the most visited tourist destinations on the planet — with more than three-quarters of the economy being focused on the sector. There are also many art-oriented initiatives in the region empowering the local community to uplift themselves with dance, music and film too; with the calendar highlight being their annual international film festival. Biodiversity in the region is also really high, with the Coral Triangle that has numerous fish and over 500 reef-building coral species plus the Subak ecosystem which is a World Heritage Site.
Bali as a Conference and Events City:
As a global tourist destination, the islands attract various conventions that focus on world issues from the International Conference on Science & Technology Research to the International Conference on Natural Science and Environment which both give an opportunity to connect with academic leaders and experts. There are also a bunch of conferences for those looking to invest in the industry with Retail Indonesia being their premier expo and the Food, Hotel & Tourism Bali Conference linking the local industry to itself. Plus your delegates will be able to plugin to the health and wellness sector with Further East luxury travel expo, the BaliSprit Festival yoga and kirtan gathering, as well as Awaken Bali that puts a spotlight on the hi-end lifestyle brands available.
Places To Eat in Bali as a Conference Attendee:
Since their primary focus is high-end tourism, your delegates will easily be able to locate numerous world-class eateries to fulfil their culinary cravings, although one of the best is Mejekawi at Jalan Kayu Aya No. 9, where you can get creative local dishes in a plush lounge inspired dining room (+62 361 736969); or if you’d prefer an elegant light lunch cafe vibe then Métis at Jl. Petitenget No.6, offers authentic global fusion dishes served on an outdoor patio with awesome nature views (+62 361 4737888); and those looking for the comfort of so European plates then Mauri Restaurant at Petitenget St No.100, which has some amazing pasta and a cosy atmosphere (+62 81 7776177); otherwise you can always make a reservation for Kayuputi Restaurant at Kawasan Pariwisata, where you can enjoy awesome seafood while overlooking the ocean (+62 361 3006786); plus there is Apéritif Restaurant at Br. Nagi, for some classic French dishes and a great selection of wines (+62 813 53266678).
Bali Sights and Attractions for Conference Delegates:
One of the most popular attractions is the Subak irrigation system; however, there is plenty to see and do on Bali from all the colonial architecture to discover to hike Mount Agung which is their highest point, as well as check out the various beach — in the north, they have volcanic black sand and the south pearly white. And due to their location on the equator weather is pretty warm all year round, so the wildlife on offer is amazing, especially at the West Bali National Park, or if you’d prefer to do some shopping then the Kuta Beach area is worth a visit.