Dusseldorf Keynote Speaker

One of the world’s leading authorities on influence and persuasion, Duncan Stevens can be booked as an inspirational motivational speaker in Dusseldorf. As a keynote speaker, he helps a number of the world’s most recognizable businesses, teams and business leaders unlock their influencing abilities to sell more consistently, collaborate more productively and persuade more effectively and readjust to global changes through what they say and how they behave. Find out more about him here.

With over ten years of experience, Duncan has certainly himself as an in-demand a highly experienced keynote speaker due to his content-rich, highly engaging, inspiring and fascinating keynote presentations and masterclasses. He is the founder of the Influence Association, award-winning ‘mentalist’ as well as author of the number one best-selling book Effective Influence. He is widely considered as one of the world’s premier authorities on influence, persuasion and how to apply them in business to become better at selling and more collaborative and adapt to industry changes. Duncan’s humorous, content-rich and visual keynotes encourage audiences to embrace fresh perspectives. His collaboration with teams and leaders takes them from pretty good to superb or from exceptional to market-leading through challenging economic times, developing a global mind set as they go.

Before Duncan become a keynote speaker, he earned an Honours degree in Business Management, served as an officer in the UK’s Royal Navy, was a business coach and mentor as well as a senior executive for some globally recognised brands. With over 10 years of prior experience, Duncan is internationally acknowledged as the premier authority on the subjects of  influence and effectiveness. All of his keynote presentations are relevant, tailored to each audience, memorable and thought-provoking. Duncan is an easy-to-work-with speaker globally and all throughout Dusseldorf and Germany. 

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“I wanted to thank you for attending our annual conference last week. The feedback has been nothing short of incredible and is one of the highest-rated keynotes in the last few years. Everyone was excited by your Effective Influence Model and the laughs and gasps around the room emphasised how much they were entertained and captivated too. Thanks again!”


Conference Centres and Event Venues in Dusseldorf

CCD – Düsseldorf Congress, Stockumer Kirchstraße 61, 40474

Tagungs – und Konferenzräume, Roßstraße 94, 40476

Praxkon Convention Center, Ulenbergstraße 3E, 40223

Lindner Congress Hotel, Lütticher Str. 130, 40547

Hilton Dusseldorf, Georg-Glock-Straße 20, 40474

Hyatt Regency Dusseldorf, Speditionstraße 19, 40221

General Information About The City:

Originally a village, hence the suffix dorf – this international business and financial centre, is located at the confluence of the Dussel and Rhine rivers. And with over twenty world-renowned higher learning institutions in the city, it has also become a magnet for fashion and trade fairs; as well as a research hub for the applied sciences and is even known for its experimental music, which dates back to classical times. This global beta city also has a pretty large Japanese ex-pat community, so there are plenty of Asian fusion restaurants for your conference delegates to discover here too.

Dusseldorf as a Conference and Events City:

Being a regional business hub the city attracts there are plenty of industry conventions for your conference delegates to attend, especially in the world of sustainable tech; from the Dusseldorf Smart Farming Conference where you can discover solutions to the challenges of growing food in the twenty-first century to the German E-World Energy & Water Exhibition which deals with more technology-based products, or even the highly focused Wearable Technologies Show. You can even plug into the local foodie scene at the German ProWein Trade Fair or Dusseldorf Eat & Style, although the highlight on their calendar is Gourmet Festival Dusseldorf. Plus they have a bunch of special events for you to check out, including the Dusseldorf Innovative Art Fair.

Places To Eat in Dusseldorf as a Conference Attendee:

This highly artistic global city has loads of high-quality eateries for your conference delegates to enjoy; however one of the best is Berens am Kai at Kaistraße 16, where you can have a stylish light lunch on the outdoor patio (+49 211 3006750); or if you’d prefer something slightly more elegant then Agata’s Restaurant at Kirchfeldstraße 59, has creative seasonal dishes and a plushly decorated dining room (+49 211 20030616); and those looking for a true fine dining experience can head to Dos Restaurant & Bar at Speditionstraße 19, for European inspired global fusion plates (+49 211 91341775); otherwise you could always make a reservation for Restaurant Setzkasten Düsseldorf at Berliner Allee 52, where they make elaborate and whimsical dishes that complement their stylish decor (+49 211 2005716); plus there is Qomo Restaurant & Bar where you experience the world-famous Japanse fusion dishes of Dusseldorf (+49 211 86320018).

Dusseldorf Sights and Attractions for Conference Delegates:

There are loads of modern cultural attractions to go with their heritage architecture, from the numerous electronic music clubs to the fashion industry gatherings which happen through the year — there will be plenty to keep your conference delegates entertained. You also be able to take in a variety of live performances at some world-class theatres such as the Tonhalle Düsseldorf and Düsseldorfer Schauspielhaus, or if you’d prefer you can even check out a whole bunch of museums including the amazing art collection Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen. Plus they also have the Botanischer Garten Düsseldorf complete with a geodesic dome for growing tropical plants; since it can get really cold in the winter during the evenings, although summers are usually warm.