Buenos Aires Keynote Speaker
Duncan Stevens can be hired as an inspirational motivational speaker in Buenos Aires. As a keynote speaker, he assists some of the world’s most recognisable businesses, teams and business leaders become more influential and more effective and adapt to change through what they say and how they act.
With over 10 years of prior experience, Duncan has certainly himself as a sought-after inspiring keynote speaker due to his content-rich, highly engaging, motivating and engaging keynote speeches and masterclasses. He is the founder and CEO of the Influence Association and best-selling author of the best-selling book Effective Influence. He is a serial entrepreneur, award-winning ‘mentalist’ and is widely considered as one of the world’s premier authorities on influence, persuasion, high performance and adapting to change. Duncan’s humorous, content-rich and visual keynote speeches encourage delegates to take on new perspectives. His work, whether it’s through leadership training, sales training, or speaking takes teams from pretty good to excellent or from exceptional to market-leading through tough economic times.
Before Duncan became a keynote speaker, he earned an Honours degree in Business Management, served as an officer in the British Royal Navy, was a business coach and mentor as well as a senior executive for some globally recognised brands. Learn more here.
With over 10 years of experience, Duncan is internationally recognised as the premier authority on influence and effectiveness. Duncan is often regarded as an easy-to-work-with keynote speaker and has delivered his keynote speech at conferences and events internationally and all over Buenos Aires.
Watch Duncan’s Buenos Aires Extended Showreel Below:
Some of Duncan's Global and Buenos Aires Clients Include:
“Thank you for attending our conference Duncan – you really stole the show. I have booked a number of speakers in the past and your presentation was head and shoulders above the others. We look forward to working with you again. Thanks again!”
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT BUENOS AIRES FOR CONFERENCE DELEGATES:
Conference Centres and Event Venues in Buenos Aires:
InterContinental Buenos Aires, an IHG Hotel, 809 Moreno St, C1091 AAQ, Buenos Aires
UCA Convention Centre – Universidad Catolica Argentina, 1107, Av. Alicia Moreau de Justo 1680, C1107AFH CABA
Calima Eventos, Olga Cossettini 830, Buenos Aires
Exhibition Center of the City of Buenos Aires, Av. Pres. Figueroa Alcorta 2099, 1112 CABA
GrandView Hotel & Convention Center, Azcuénaga 45, C1029 CABA
General Information About The City:
Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, is considered one of the largest urban centres in Latin America. The Port of Buenos Aires along the South American Atlantic coast has over 5 million tons of cargo. The city’s location on the Rio de la Plata gives it a strategic stronghold amongst other ports on the Atlantic trade routes.
Buenos Aires is an incredibly cosmopolitan and multicultural city that reflects the character of its inhabitants. Many of its public spaces offer people the opportunity to discover the city’s architectural history along with its past and present cultural influences.
The Recoleta district showcases colonial-era churches, luxury boutiques, and a famous cemetery. Further to the north of Buenos Aires the colourful fashion district showcases contemporary fashion from emerging designers from the University of Buenos Aires fashion school. Retirees live in Florida Street, whilst San Telmo attracts artists, tango dancers, and fans of street art. The arts are incredibly vital to Buenos Aires, both as an expression of culture and as a source of income.
The Usina del Arte, or “Power House of Art”, is one example of how the arts play an integral role in Buenos Aires society. This complex is home to art galleries, performance spaces, cinemas, and music halls, and it also contains the Trastienda Club, which hosts live concerts including international touring acts. Finally, La Sala Neuquén (home to the Fototeca de la Provincia de Buenos Aires) houses important Argentinian historical documents.
Buenos Aires as a Conference and Events City:
Buenos Aires is one of the most well-known cities in South America and hosts and number of yearly conferences and events bringing in a huge influx of international delegates. Some of these include:
The International Conference on Researches in Science and Technology (ICRST-21). This event is hosted to promote and share any technical advances made within science between other delegates.
The International Conference on Science, Engineering & Technology, brings together academics, delegates and researchers from around the world to exchange ideas and presentations.
The Latin American Congress on Drilling and Completion brings together individuals worldwide involved in the field of drilling whilst the International Meeting of Paediatric Endocrinology is a unique event gathering all pediatric endocrinologists interested in sharing their ideas and thoughts in an open forum on the subject of children who present a variety of endocrine disorders.
Places To Eat in Buenos Aires as a Conference Attendee:
There are a vast array of international and Argentinian inspired restaurants in Buenos Aires including:
Santos Manjarres on Paraguay 938, C1057 AAN which is a paradise for meat lovers and those who want to sample a typical Argentinian barbecue(+54 9 11 6050-2225).
The Aramburu on Pasaje del Correo, Vicente López 1661, C1103 ACY, serves the most creative Argentinian seafood, meat and pasta dishes in Buenos Aires cooked in small open fire ovens (+54 11 4811-1414).
Chila on Av. Alicia Moreau de Justo 1160, C1107AAT Puerto Madero stands by a mission to bring guests to our organic farm in Buenos Aires to explore Argentine cuisine through an interactive, hands-on dining experience (+54 11 4343-6067)
Elena on 1086/88 Buenos Aires AR-C AR, Posadas, C1011 ABB is known for its fried rice, pasta, chicken dishes and salads (+54 11 4321-1200) whilst St. Regis Restaurant on Av. Leandro N. Alem 1193, Buenos Aires, offers sophisticated and handcrafted dishes that celebrate the diverse flavours of Argentina and other “gourmet cultures” (+54 11 4318-9211).
Buenos Aires Sights and Attractions for Conference Delegates:
If you are not dancing the tango or dining out of meat then there are a wide range of either sights and attractions a conference delegate would be excited to explore including:
The Recoleta Cemetery is a peaceful and contemplative setting that memorializes moments from the lives of many of Argentina’s most influential historical figures.
The Plaza de Mayo, which was most commonly used as marketplace during the colonial era and Casa Rosada, a flour mill and a National Historic Monument in Argentina are both well worth a visit out of town.
The Obelisco is a high-rise apartment building located in the heart of Buenos Aires with commanding views of the city and colourful skies at sunset and is a stone’s throw from the drinking and dining districts of downtown Buenos Aires.