INSPIRATIONAL AND MOTIVATIONAL KEYNOTE SPEAKER IN DUBLIN, IRELAND

Dublin Keynote Speaker

Are you thinking of bringing a Dublin keynote speaker to your conference? Duncan Stevens can be engaged as an inspirational motivational speaker in Dublin. As a keynote speaker, he helps several of the world’s most recognisable brands, teams and executives become more influential and more effective and readjust to change through what they say and how they act.

With over a decade of prior experience, Duncan has certainly himself as an in-demand visionary keynote speaker due to his content-rich, engaging, inspiring and humorous keynote speeches and masterclasses. He is the founder and CEO of the Influence Association and author of the chart-topping book Effective Influence.

He is a highly successful entrepreneur, critically acclaimed ‘mentalist’ and is widely regarded as among the world’s leading authorities on influence, persuasion, effectiveness and adapting to industry changes. Duncan’s humorous, content-rich and visual keynote presentations encourage audiences to take on new perspectives.

His collaboration with teams and leaders, whether it’s through leadership coaching, sales training, or speaking takes teams and individuals from good to excellent or from excellent 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 British Royal Navy, was a business coach and trainer as well as a senior executive for some internationally recognised companies. With over 10 years of experience, Duncan is globally acknowledged as the leading authority on the subjects of influence and performance and has delivered his keynote speech at summits and events globally and all throughout Ireland and Dublin.

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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT DUBLIN FOR CONFERENCE DELEGATES:

Conference Centres and Event Venues in Dublin

Marino Conference and Event Centre, Griffith Ave, Dublin, D09 R232

Mansion House Conference Centre, Dawson St, Dublin 2, D02 VK75

Griffith Conference Centre, S Circular Rd, Saint Catherine’s, Dublin 8

The Convention Centre, Spencer Dock, NW Quay, Dublin 1, D01 T1W6

The National Show Centre, Stockhole Lane, Cloghran, Dublin, K67 VF43

Citywest Hotel, Garters Lane, Saggart, Dublin, County Dublin, D24 KF8A

General Information About The City:

This capital city of Ireland is the contemporary and historical centre of the country; and has been the education, arts and culture hub of the country ever since independence from the British empire in 1922. And as a global Alpha city, with a population of about 2 million residents, they attract international business specifically in the technology sector with dozens of global software companies having regional headquarters here; often being referred to as the Tech Capital of Europe. Additionally, they have created such favourable conditions that the international finance industry has started to take advantage of their regulations, and is today host to half of the world’s top 50 banks.

Dublin as a Conference and Events City:

As an international tourism location and technology business centre, Dublin has begun to attract various planetary focused conventions from the Global Soil Biodiversity Conference to The Textile Sustainability Conference. And their up and coming local professionals are clearly demanding access to high quality living with events such as the Dublin Mind Body Experience for health and wellness brand to the Architecture & Building Expo, as well as the Ideal Home Show which are both platforms for luxury DIY solutions. However, conference delegates will still be able to attend several select conferences to invest in the Irish economy; including the annual Art Source Dublin.

Places To Eat in Dublin as a Conference Attendee:

There are dozens of high-quality fine dining eateries for you to choose from while you are in the city; although one of the best is Chapter One Restaurant at 18-19 Parnell Square N, where you can have an elegant yet creatively understated international experience (+353 1 873 2266); or if you’d prefer to have a stylish light lunch then The Woodlock Brasserie at Citywest Hotel offers amazing global fusion dishes and a relaxed vibe (+353 1 401 0919); and those looking for a classic high-end European cuisine experience can head to Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud at 21 Merrion St Upper, where they have refined plates paired with excellent wines (+353 1 676 4192); and you could always make a reservation for Dax Restaurant at Upper Pembroke Street in Lower Hatch where they have sleek round tables and delicious gourmet seasonal dishes (+353 1 6761 494); otherwise there is always Pearl Brasserie at 20 Merrion St Upper, where you enjoy an intimate evening and modern Irish food (+353 1 6613 572).

Dublin Sights and Attractions for Conference Delegates:

With such a long cultural history your conference delegates will have plenty to see and do while in town; from exploring St Stephen’s Green Park to stroll on Bull Island beach, although the highlight is definitely The Phoenix Park where they sometimes even host musical events. Plus there are loads of nightlife attractions throughout the city, with the best-known area being Temple Bar, however, you could always head to the National Museum of Ireland instead, or even one of the many galleries including the preeminent Irish Museum of Modern Art. However, if you’d prefer to do some retail therapy then you’ll have numerous opportunities through the old town districts, with The Liberties area having one of the city’s oldest trading markets in Moore Street at their Food Co-op.