Bangkok Keynote Speaker
Top Motivational Keynote Speaker in Bangkok, Duncan Stevens is a world-famous keynote speaker, and leading expert in influence, persuasion, change management and leadership who travels all over the world, delivering inspiring keynotes from Bangkok to all over South East Asia. He also travels further afield from Jakarta to Jerusalem and from Johannesburg to Karachi. Wherever he presents, you are guaranteed to receive a tailored content-rich speech that inspires, educates and entertains your audience in a range of industries and represents a variety of backgrounds.
Duncan held the positions of senior manager in major British companies, served as an officer in the Royal Navy, is a successful entrepreneur and founded the Influence Association. More recently, he has authored the best-selling influence book Effective Influence. He has provided inspiring keynote speeches and masterclasses around the world and are both content-rich, engaging, motivating and humorous.
Through his relevant, unique, memorable and thought-provoking speeches Duncan inspires delegates, businesses, teams and leaders and audiences around the world to become more influential and more effective and readjust to current economic changes through what they say and how they act. Using his skill set of over a decade, Duncan is frequently booked as a sales speaker, leadership inspirational keynote speaker and teamwork keynote speaker to increase efficiency and navigate industry changes. His work takes teams and individuals from good to excellent or from outstanding to market-leading.
Duncan is an internationally recognised authority on persuasion and effectiveness and prides himself on being an easy-to-work-with speaker delivering great content and fun at conferences and sales kick-offs globally and all over Bangkok and Thailand.
Watch Duncan’s Bangkok Extended Showreel Below:
Some of Duncan's Global and Bangkok Clients Include:
“Duncan adapted his keynote to our event and did so with real elegance. The whole presentation delivered above and beyond our expectations and he offered incredible value to our delegates. He was extremely highly rated and we look forward to working with Duncan and his team again.”
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT BANGKOK FOR CONFERENCE DELEGATES:
Conference Centres and Event Venues in Bangkok:
Queen Sirikit National Convention Centre, 60 Ratchadaphisek Rd, Khlong Toei, Bangkok 10110
United Nations Conference Centre, United Nations Building, Rajdamnern Nok Avenue, Khwaeng Bang Khun Phrom, Khet Phra Nakhon, Bangkok 10200
Centra by Centara Government Complex Hotel & Convention Centre Chaeng Watthana, The Government Complex 120 ถนน แจ้งวัฒนะ Khwaeng Thung Song Hong, Khet Lak Si, Bangkok 10210
The Halls Bangkok, 79/1 Talat Bang Khen, Lak Si, Bangkok 10210
IMPACT Exhibition Center, IMPACT Exhibition Center Building Popular Rd, Banmai Amphoe Pak Kret, Nonthaburi 11120
Thai Naval Auditorium, Arun Amarin Rd, Wat Arun, Bangkok Yai, Bangkok 10600
General Information About The City:
Bangkok is the capital city of Thailand with an ever-increasing number of tourists each. Bangkok started out as as a small trading post in the Ayutthaya Kingdom in the 15th century, and later on developed into two capital cities, Thonburi and Rattanakosin.
The Grand Palace and most of the numerous temples in Bangkok date back to ancient times, with markets, these palaces, canals, and modern skyscrapers being among Bangkok’s varied and top sights. The bustling and fascinating city of Bangkok extends over a very flat alluvial plain with a system of canals. One can often tell a Bangkokian by his quiet demeanour, usually with a cup of tea in his hands. Every street corner still has a number of market stalls. Because of its strategic location near the mouth of the Chao Phraya River, Bangkok has been a regional commerce and transportation hub since the 17th century. The city grew rapidly during the 19th century and was made the capital of Thailand when King Rama I relocated the capital from Thonburi on the banks of the Chao Phraya River in 1782.
A wide variety of cuisine is available at Bangkok’s restaurants and food courts. They feature dishes that are both unique Thai as well as traditional Western-style cuisine. Restaurants range from street vendors to high-end establishments that are frequented by families, businessmen, and tourists.
Bangkok as a Conference and Events City:
Bangkok play host to a number of international conferences and conventions, including The WIAL Global Conference which is and the Security Cargo Network Annual International Conference. This is a conference where global members come together and share ideas as well and share thoughts, ideas and developments in the areas of transportation security;
The Global Goals Model United Nations aims to connect young leaders from various countries, to develop their leadership, negotiation, and analytical skills whilst the Port Development South East Asia Summit provides an excellent opportunity for delegates to network with industry leaders and cutting-edge technology suppliers making it the perfect conference for those delegates with a nautical theme to their organisation or business.
Places To Eat in Bangkok as a Conference Attendee:
Bangkok is one of the great culinary capitals of the world. A few of the many local restaurants to try include:
Raan Jay Fai on 327 Mahachai Road, which has been the king of seafood restaurants in Thailand for over 20 years (02-223-9384);
The Lucky Panda on 7 Unit 104 St is popular for Americanized Chinese food (+66 98 279 9236) whilst Signature Bangkok Restaurant on Phayathai Rd, Bangkok, opened over 30 years ago and has become one of the most popular restaurants in Chinatown (+66 2 309 3939);
For more of an Indian flavour, Amritsar is widely regarded as the best Indian restaurant in Bangkok for Indians and north Indians on Soi Sukhumvit 22. Here they serve kulcha butter chicken, Mutton Rogan josh (+66 83 009 9719);
Mezzaluna on 65th Floor, State Tower Bangkok, combines cuisine and music in a sophisticated and charming environment and atmosphere where you can eat and dance all night long (+66 2 624 9555).
Bangkok Sights and Attractions for Conference Delegates:
One of the most popular tourit attractions in Bangkok is the Grand Palace, home to Thailand’s most sacred icon “Temple of the Emerald Buddha”;
Khaosan road, is a visually rich and culturally inspired area that is packed with cafes, stores, and entertainment options and most notably – backpackers;
The Art and culture centre is a place where people from around the world can experience Thailand’s past, present, and future through a variety of exhibitions. Similarly the National Museum, houses the collection of paintings, antiques and other treasures accumulated by the royal family during the course of their long history.