Budapest Keynote Speaker
Leading motivational keynote speaker in Budapest, Duncan Stevens has been entertaining and inspiring audiences around Europe for the past decade. As a motivational speaker in Budapest, he assists several of Hungary’s most recognizable brands, teams and leaders become more persuasive and more effective and readjust to change through what they say and how they act.
With over a decade of experience, Duncan has certainly established himself as an in-demand visionary keynote speaker due to his content-rich, highly engaging, motivating and fascinating keynote presentations and masterclasses. He is the founder and CEO of the Influence Association and author of the chart-topping book Effective Influence.
He is a serial entrepreneur, professional ‘mentalist’ and is widely regarded as among the world’s leading authorities on influence, persuasion, effectiveness and navigating industry changes. Duncan’s humorous, engaging and visual keynote presentations encourage delegates to adopt different perspectives. His work, whether it’s through leadership training, sales coaching, or speaking takes organizations from good to superb or from exceptional to market-leading through challenging times.
Before Duncan became a keynote speaker, he gained an Honours degree in Business Management, served as an officer in the UK’s Royal Navy, was a business coach and trainer as well as a senior manager for some internationally recognized businesses. All of his keynote speeches are relevant, tailored to each audience, highly memorable and motivating. He is often acknowledged as an easy-to-work-with keynote speaker and has presented at conferences and sales kick-offs worldwide and all throughout Budapest and Hungary. You can learn more about Duncan Stevens here.
Watch Duncan’s Extended Budapest Showreel Below:
Some of Duncan's Global and Budapest Clients Include:
“Duncan brought great energy, content and a real enthusiasm for helping our Budapest team increase their influence and persuasion abilities. His knowledge really helped us look at things differently and it was a lot of fun too. All of our delegates commented on how enjoyable and educational it was. We will be definitely working together again!”
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT BUDAPEST FOR CONFERENCE DELEGATES:
Conference Centres and Event Venues in Hungary:
Terembérlés, Budapest, Váci út 92, 1133
Gólyavár, Event, Conference, Wedding, Events, Budapest, Múzeum krt. 4/g, 1088
Budapest Marriott Hotel, Budapest, Apáczai Csere János u. 4, 1052
Center Point Conference, Budapest, Váci út 81, 1139
Expo Congress Hotel, Budapest, Expo tér 2, 1101
Intercontinental Budapest, Budapest Apaczai Csere J.U. 12-14, 1052
General Information About The City:
Budapest is the capital of Hungary, found at the crossroads of many cultures. It sits in a prime location on both sides of the Danube River and this helps make it the vibrant and beautiful city that it is. Budapest is a city rich in history with a modern feel.
With more than 1.7 million inhabitants, Budapest does not have just historical allure for visitors, but unrivalled facilities for business conferences and events. The Hungarian capital has a wide array of historical monuments, museums, opera houses, and theatres for tourists and delegates alike. Budapest is setting high standards with its music scene, international cuisine, and modern shopping centres too.
Cultural programs, sporting events and local festivities which take place next to picturesque old buildings are accessible to everyone. With a long cultural and musical tradition, Budapest is a melting pot for a wide range of cultures and people from all over the world yet remains safe and clean for everyone to enjoy. Budapest is also an excellent city for business meetings and conferences with many Hungarian and International companies choosing to host business seminars, management training, and staff parties in this vibrant city.
Budapest as a Conference and Events City:
Budapest plays host to a wide range of international conferences. For example, The International Conference on Applied Business Research, Humanities, Social Sciences, Entrepreneurship & Economics and draws delegates from around the world. The International Conference on Human Capital, Business & Management, gives conference attendees the opportunity to share knowledge and best practices between academic institutions, industries, organizations, research organizations, and government agencies.
The International Conference on Global Education, Teaching and Learning, aims to address the most challenging issues in the fields of education, teaching, and learning whilst The Congress of the European Association of Hospital Managers is a yearly conference bringing senior executives together from the worlds leading hospitals.
Places To Eat in Budapest as a Conference Attendee:
Hungary offers a wide array of local and international cuisine for all palates and some of the best include:
Pasztell Restaurant on Bajcsy-Zsilinszky út 22 and is one of the most famous in central Budapest if you are wanting to try traditional Hungarian cuisine and the preferred choice of the city’s visitors and citizens alike (+36 1 227 2227); Uncensored Restaurant on Erzsébet krt. 43-49, 1073, offers an extensive menu that features Hungarian staples such as cold boiled tripe soup (kebabhelyes), stuffed pig’s stomach (gulyás csirke) (+36 30 171 8011).
KönyvBár & Restaurant on Dob u. 45, 1074 is a popular hang-out where books and gourmet dining blend to form a unique atmosphere (+36 20 922 7027).
Husikam Delikat, Best Sushi Budapest on Arany János u. 18, 1051, offers premium dining with the freshest ingredients and exceptional level of table service to all it’s customers (+36 20 430 6383).
Menza Étterem és Kávéház on Liszt Ferenc tér 2, 1061, serves one of the most famous Hungarian dishes – the ‘Édes anyós tészta’ (literal translation: “Sweet Grandma’s bread”) and the ‘Menza Gombóc’ (literal translation: “Menza dumpling”), which was invented by chef József Antall and became a symbol of the restaurant since it’s inception.(+36 20 430 6383).
Budapest Sights and Attractions for Conference Delegates:
If you get the chance to spend a few extra days in Budapest after your conference, it is a city well worth eploring. One of the top sights is Buda Castle – the majestic European style hotel with a noticeable Spanish influence.
Further down the daube is the Széchenyi Thermal Baths which features a variety of baths, medicinal pools, relaxation areas, and saunas in addition to numerous fitness training, medicinal and cosmetic facilities. The Fisherman’s Bastion offers fantastic views over the whole city looking towards Gellért Hill, Kossuth Lajos Street, Váci Avenue, and the river – all of which are fantastic places to explore. Finally, Heroes’ Square is an outdoor square and meeting place adjoining the Budapest Opera House and a great place to orientate yourself in Budapest.