Barcelona Keynote Speaker
Leading Motivational Keynote Speaker in Barcelona, Duncan Stevens is an award-winning keynote speaker, and global authority on influence, high-performance, change management and leadership who travels all over the world, delivering inspiring keynotes in Barcelona and all over Europe.
With a warm and approachable personality and inspiring delivery, international keynote speaker Duncan Stevens shares also speaks globally, from Las Vegas to Lima and from Lisbon to London. He communicates inspiring, insightful and game-changing messages to a range of audiences from a variety of cultural backgrounds and industries. His insightful keynotes help brands, companies, teams and leaders become more persuasive and more effective and helps them leader better and manage change with more confidence within their organisation.
As an international keynote speaker and world-leading expert in delivering keynote speeches on influence, sales, persuasion, change management and leadership, Duncan is incredibly passionate about sharing his message through inspiring and entertaining keynotes in his presentations or masterclasses.
As a keynote speaker, he leverages over decade of experience, as a highly sought after global speaker to deliver content-rich, engaging, inspiring and humorous keynote speeches and masterclasses. Duncan is the founder and CEO of the Influence Association, author of the best-selling book Effective Influence and when he is not managing one of his several successful entrepreneurial start-ups he travels to companies and theatres to perform his mentalism show.
Holding an Honors degree in Business, and extensive experience as an Officer in the British Royal Navy, Performance Coach, Trainer and senior executive for several iconic British brands, Duncan is regarded as one of the world’s leading authorities on influence and persuasion, change management and leadership and speaks all over Barcelona and Spain.
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Some of Duncan's Barcelona and Global Clients Include:
“Just a quick message to say thank you so much for making our conference such a success. All of the delegates have rated it as the best keynote presentation they have attended since we have been running these events across Spain. We’ll definitely be in touch again for your services again! Thank you again, Duncan!”
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT BARCELONA FOR CONFERENCE DELEGATES:
Conference Centres and Event Venues in Barcelona:
International Barcelona Convention Center, Plaça de Willy Brandt, 11-14, 08019
Hilton Diagonal Mar Barcelona, Passeig del Taulat, 262-264, 08019
Hall 8, Fira Gran Via, Carrer de l’Alumini, s/n, 08908
AC Hotel by Marriott Barcelona Forum, Passeig del Taulat, 278, 08019
The Imperial Barcelona, Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes, 670, 08010
General Information About The City:
Barcelona is the capital of Catalonia and Spain’s second-largest city with a population of over 1.7 million. Barcelona is also an acclaimed international tourist destination. The city is famous for its architecture, including Antoni Gaudi’s iconic buildings, world-class museums and lively waterfront promenade. Barcelona is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe, attracting more than ten million tourists every year.
The Greater Barcelona region has become one of the world’s leading metropolitan regions, and a premier European centre for commerce, education, entertainment, tourism, trade, and services. Barcelona is famous for its vibrant city life with world-class dining, trendy cafés, shops, bars, and nightlife. The many green spaces here are great for picnics on hot summer days. One of the most iconic sights is the Sagrada Familia, a Roman Catholic church designed by Antoni Gaudí that’s still under construction. During your time in the city, you can visit Park Güell and the Olympic Port that hosted the 1992 Summer Olympics.
Also check out some of the many museums and galleries: The Picasso Museum houses over 3,500 pieces from his private collection as well as other artist’s collections whilst the Museum of History of Catalonia keeps documents and artifacts from Barcelona’s heritage and history.
Barcelona as a Conference and Events City:
Barcelona, has a wide variety of international summits, meetings and conferences including the SBC Summit – a conference designed to provide a platform for operators, vendors, service providers, regulators, and other leading industry stakeholders to discuss the most relevant issues facing the industry today; ESCP Barcelona is a forum for leaders from the scientific community to meet and exchange ideas in areas such as stem cell therapy, regenerative medicine and bioinformatics;
The ESCP Scientific and Annual Meeting looks at alternative approaches to prevent injuries or illnesses/
The International Conference on Economics, Finance, and Accounting, (or ICEFA as it is more commonly known) is an annual event organized with the main intention to provide a platform for international researchers to present their works on Economics, Finance and Accounting.
The Poultry Tech Development Summit is the premier event in Europe to help delegates learn about the latest trends and developments in the global poultry industry.
Places To Eat in Barcelona as a Conference Attendee:
People travel from around Europe and Spain to enjoy the rich variety of the Barcelona cuisine.
Salvaje on Carrer d’Avinyó, famous for it’s three thin slices of pork cutlet served with a sweet and spicy sauce on top of cheese empanadas (+34 933 02 66 98) whilst the out of the way Camping Mar Marina Vela, is equally known for it’s shrimp cooked in tomato sauce with rosemary (+34 934 08 89 01);
Benzina on the Passatge de Pere Calders offers diners creative Italian cuisine with a Brooklyn touch and trendy cocktails (+34 936 59 55 83 );
The Anímic on Carrer de Londres, offers a wide range of creative breakfasts, from eggs with vermouth to a Catalonian-style full breakfast (+34 934 10 29 25)
Finally, La Xarxa on Plaça Molina 2, offers outstanding market-fresh cuisine and an innovative take on Spanish classics (+34 932 00 13 48).
Barcelona Sights and Attractions for Conference Delegates:
One of the top sights of Barcelona is of course the Sagrada Familia. For those who don’t know, it’s a church designed by Catalan architect Antoni Gaudi, who also left behind advanced theories of urbanism. The nearby Park Güell is a public park situated on the seafront at the foot of Mount Güell;
One of the most popular sights for people-watching is La Rambla, the main avenue in Barcelona which is the life and soul of this Mediterranean metropolis;
The Mercado de La Boqueria is a new concept of fresh food hall offering a vast array of high-quality produce and food. Finally, the Picasso Museum features several large rooms curated specifically for specific periods of his life that he spent doing various arts, such as painting or sculpture and is well worth a visit after your conference.