Bern Keynote Speaker
Duncan is a motivational keynote speaker in Bern. With over 15 years speaking and performing experience, Duncan is a sought-after visionary keynote speaker due to his content-rich, highly engaging, motivating and engaging keynote presentations and masterclasses.
His collaboration with teams and leaders, whether it’s through leadership coaching, sales training, or speaking takes teams and individuals from pretty good to excellent or from exceptional to market-leading through difficult economic times.
He is frequently hired as an inspirational and motivational keynote speaker in Bern and helps organisations and business leaders become more persuasive, influential, collaborative and creative through what they say and how they act internationally from Muscat to Tampa and from Shenzen to Sofia.
Duncan’s humorous, engaging and highly visual keynotes encourage attendees to embrace different perspectives.
Duncan is globally recognized as the premier authority on the subjects of influence, persuasion, collaboration and the modern sales process. He is widely acknowledged as an easy-to-work-with keynote speaker and has delivered his presentations at conferences and events globally and all throughout Bern and Switzerland.
You can find out more about Duncan here.
Watch Duncan’s Extended Bern Showreel Below:
Some of Duncan's Global and Bern Clients Include:
“Just a quick note for Duncan and his team for bringing Duncan to our event here in Bern. Everyone has been messaging to say how much they learnt and how much fun they had too. I know personally, we really enjoyed working with you and thank you for being so flexible for all of our requirements. Thanks again!”
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT BERN FOR CONFERENCE DELEGATES:
Conference Centres and Event Venues in Bern
Bernexpo, Mingerstrasse 6, 3014
Kursaal Bern, Kornhausstrasse 3, 3013
Kongresszentrum Kreuz, Zeughausgasse 41, 3011
Brünnen Gemeinschaftsraum, Riedbachstrasse 97, 3027
Hotel Schweizerhof Bern & Spa, Bahnhofpl. 11, 3001
Hotel Bären am Bundesplatz, Schauplatzgasse 4, 3011
General Information About The City:
Located on the central west of Switzerland, the city was originally built on a hilly peninsula close to the river Aare in the 1200s and has traditionally been the largest sovereign city-state north of the Alps. Today though it only has a population of less than half a million, even though the canton of Bern is the second most populous in Switzerland. Along with various other cultural offerings, the world heritage medieval town centre attracts tens of thousands of tourists to the area each year — which includes the longest covered market promenades in Europe.
Bern as a Conference and Events City:
As one of the global financial hubs, Central Switzerland attracts various global conventions from The Lugano Finance Forum to the Swiss Innovation Forum where they are looking at regional and national opportunists respectively. Plus there are a whole bunch of speciality conferences including the Basel Wine Fair which highlights top-tier farms from around the world, as well as Baselworld for those who want to connect with the Swiss master watchmaking community, along with Montreux Art Gallery Expo for the antically minded delegates. There are also culinary based options such as the Igeho Hospitality Expo or even the Basler Feinmesse Gourmet Food Fair.
Places To Eat in Bern as a Conference Attendee:
With its long culinary history, the city of Bern has loads of gourmet eateries for your conference delegates to enjoy, although one of the best is Wein & Sein at Münstergasse 50, where you can get upscale modern European cuisine with a great selection of wines (+41 31 311 98 44); or if you’d prefer to have an elegant light lunch then Restaurant Escort at Jubiläumsstrasse 97, has a warm rustic courtyard with creative regional dishes (+41 31 368 11 11); and those looking for an authentic local experience then Krone at Gerechtigkeitsgasse 66, has delicious plates made with seasonal ingredients (+41 31 371 57 67); otherwise you can always make a reservation for Süder at Weissensteinstrasse 61, where they have a cosy vibe and a plush outdoor patio area (+41 31 312 13 14).
Bern Sights and Attractions for Conference Delegates:
Beyond all the cultural heritage architecture for your delegates to explore, there are plenty of other more educational options to consider, such as the Bern Natural History Museum or the Swiss Alpine Museum. Plus you’ll be able to take in some live performances at the numerous venues in the city, from the contemporary Tojo Theater to the more traditional Bern Theatre; they even have a whole bunch of annual events for you to enjoy if you’re here at the right time of year, including the BeJazz Summer and Winter Festival as well as the Shnit International short film festival which happens in their dozen independent cinemas around the city, along with the Zibelemärit — which is their world-famous onion market that happens on the fourth Monday of each November; or if you’re more sports mined they have really good professional soccer and basketball teams.