MOTIVATIONAL SPEAKER CAPE TOWN

Cape Town Keynote Speaker

Are you looking for a speaker to inspire your guests? Duncan Stevens can be engaged as an inspiring motivational speaker in Cape Town, South Africa. As a keynote speaker, he helps a number of the world’s most recognisable companies, teams and executives become more influential and more effective and adapt to change through what they say and how they act. Learn more here.

With over 10 years of expertise, Duncan has certainly himself as an in-demand an award-winning keynote speaker due to his content-rich, engaging, inspiring and fascinating keynote speeches and masterclasses. He has been the CEO of the Influence Association for many years and is also author of the chart-topping book Effective Influence. He is a serial entrepreneur, critically acclaimed ‘mentalist’ and is widely regarded as one of the world’s premier authorities on influence, persuasion, high performance and adapting to industry changes. Duncan’s humorous, content-rich and highly visual presentations motivate audiences to embrace modern perspectives.

His collaboration with teams and leaders, whether it’s through leadership training, sales coaching, or motivational speaking takes teams from okay to great or from outstanding to market-leading through tough 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 manager for some internationally recognised businesses.

With over 10 years of experience, Duncan is internationally recognised as the leading authority on influence and performance. Duncan is often regarded as an easy-to-work-with keynote speaker and has delivered his presentations at corporate events and events internationally and all over Cape Town.

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Duncan Also Offers Virtual Motivational Speaking Cape Town Too:

In reaction to recent world events, Duncan has started offering his live virtual keynote presentation to audiences through the magic of online virtual performances.

You can find out more about Duncan’s Cape Town virtual keynote speaking here. You can equally hire Duncan to deliver his workshops or masterclasses virtually too. You can inquire about Duncan’s interactive and immersive virtual masterclasses here.

For both, whether you are in Capetown or anywhere else in South Africa, you can hire Duncan as a live or virtual sales speakerleadership speakerchange speaker and influence speaker or anywhere around Cape Town.

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“Thank you for delivering such an entertaining and engaging keynote presentation at our event! Everyone thoroughly enjoyed it and I’m still receiving texts, emails and LinkedIn messages saying how much they enjoyed it. We really hope we can work together again. Thanks again Duncan.”

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT CAPE TOWN FOR CONFERENCE DELEGATES:

Conference Centres and Event Venues in Edinburgh

Century City Conference Centre, 4 Energy Lane, Century City, Cape Town, 7446

Cape Town International Convention Centre, 1 Lower Long Street, Cape Town, 8001

Cape Conference Centre, 8 Winkle Way Sunset Beach, Milnerton, Cape Town, 7441

Durbanville Conference Centre, First Floor Town Centre, Cape Town, 7550

Arena at the Waterfront, V&A – Victoria and Alfred Waterfront, Cape Town, 8001

Mount Nelson Belmond Hotel, 76 Orange St, Gardens, Cape Town City, 8001

General Information About The City:

Located in Table Bay on the most southern coast of South Africa, the city of Cape Town is the oldest and second largest urban area in the country. Originally founded as a trade route fort for ships travelling between Europe and Asia; today their primary economy is media services and tourism, with an estimated million visitors — both leisure and professional making their way to the Mother City each year. Although it’s also known for its diverse array of botanical wildlife, which strech from Table Mountain which towers over the city to Cape Point, where the Indian and Atlantic Oceans meet.

Cape Town as a Conference and Events City:

This global fashion and tourism destination has plenty of conventions for your conference delegates to attend; especially if you’re looking to invest in the local economy from Impact Investing South Africa which links startups to funders to African Agri Investment Indaba for those looking for opportunities in farming sectors. Or if you’d prefer to be involved on the technology side of things there is Africa Tech Festival and Southern African Sustainable Energy Conference both looking at various hi-tech solutions for the region. Plus there are a bunch of medically based gatherings such as Here be Lungs Conference which is looking at the impact of air pollution on the respiratory health of people — otherwise, you could have a take it slightly more relaxed at the Cape Town Art Fair and purchase something of aesthetic value for your home.

Places To Eat in Cape Town as a Conference Attendee:

As in international design and commerce hub there are loads of high quality eateries for your conference delegates to enjoy; however one of the best is Aubergine Restaurant at 39 Barnet St, where you can get contemporary global fusion dishes with a touch of spice served in a sophisticated dining room (+27 21 465 0000); or if you’s prefer a truly elegant fine dining experience then Signal at W Quay Rd in the V&A has creative modern South African dishes and a great selection of wines (+27 21 410 7100); and those looking for a stylish light lunch can head to Foxcroft Restaurant at 8 High Constantia where they have a wonderful courtyard area (+27 21 202 3304); otherwise you can always make a reservation for Gold Restaurant at 15 Bennett Street, where they offer seasonal local dishes that are served to live African music (+27 21 421 4653); plus there is Sevruga Restaurant at Quay 5, in the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, if you’re feeling like some eclectic high-end seafood dishes that’s served in a sleek modern cafe (+27 21 421 5134).

Cape Town Sights and Attractions for Conference Delegates:

There are plenty of thing attractions for your delegates to discover while here; from Table Mountain National Park — which you can access from the city by cableway, to dozen of white sand beaches including Camps Bay and Clifton, as well as a penguin colony beach at Boulders in Simon’s Town, that also has a fascinating naval museum. And those who’d prefer to do some shopping can head to the V&A Waterfront before having some lunch at the Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden. Or there are plenty of venues where you can check out live performances including the Artscape Theatre Centre for high-end international productions to local plays at The Theatre on the Bay.