Nashville Keynote Speaker

Duncan Stevens can be booked as an inspiring motivational speaker in Nashville, Tennessee. As a keynote speaker, he helps many of the world’s most recognisable organizations, teams and leaders become more influential and more effective and readjust to industry changes through what they say and how they behave.

With over 10 years of experience, Duncan has established himself as an in-demand a contemporary keynote speaker due to his content-rich, engaging, inspiring and humorous keynote presentations 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 highly successful entrepreneur, award-winning ‘mentalist’ and is widely considered as among the world’s premier authorities on influence, persuasion, high performance and adapting to economic change.

Duncan’s humorous, engaging and highly visual keynote speeches inspire attendees to adopt different perspectives. His collaboration with teams and leaders, whether it’s through leadership coaching, sales coaching, or keynote speaking takes teams and individuals from pretty good to superb 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 UK’s Royal Navy, was a business coach and trainer as well as a senior executive for some globally recognised brands.

With over 10 years of experience, Duncan is globally acknowledged as the premier authority on the subjects of influence and performance. All of his keynote presentations are relevant, tailored to each conference, highly memorable and motivating. He is often acknowledged as an easy-to-work-with speaker and has delivered his keynote speeches in Nashville and at summits and events worldwide and all throughout Tennessee.

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“One of the best keynote speakers we have seen in a long time. He tailored the content to our needs and went above and beyond the brief we gave to him. We would highly recommend Duncan for your event too “


Conference Centres and Event Venues in Nashville:

Nashville Expo Center, 625 Smith Ave, Nashville, TN 37204

Scarritt Bennett Center, 1027 18th Ave S, Nashville, TN 37212

Willis Conference Center, 26 Century Blvd, Nashville, TN 37214

Envision Conference Center, 9010 Overlook Blvd, Brentwood, TN 37027

Spaces @ Perimeter Park, 301 S Perimeter Park Dr,  #100, Nashville, TN 37211

Hilton Garden Convention Center, 305 Korean Veterans Blvd, Nashville, TN 37201

General Information About The City:

Nashville is commonly known as worldwide as “Music City”; this third most populous urban area in the Southeastern United States has about 700k residents, many of them students who live here seasonally to attend one of the numerous colleges, including Tennessee State University, Vanderbilt University, and Belmont University. And along with the plethora of recording studios, the city is also home to many national business operations in the healthcare, publishing, banking, automotive, technology sectors.

Nashville as a Conference and Events City:

Nashville’s downtown and broadway areas have a diverse array of music, dining, cultural and architectural attractions; with its long history as a trading post on the Cumberland River, dating back to French settlers in the 1600s. The city municipality itself has recently gone through major infrastructure upgrade projects, which has seen the installation of several public parks and squares, with public transport now more widely available. It’s also worth keeping in mind that it can get really hot and humid here in the summer months, however, the city is surrounded by native forests so getting out into nature is a breeze, and in spring they even have an annual cherry blossom festival — although this could make it uncomfortable for allergy sufferers. If you decide to hold your conference in the winter however there could be a little snowfall, but it is usually not heavy.

Places To Eat in Nashville as a Conference Attendee:

Although there are tons of eateries that cater to the music and student crowds, there are a few really good ones to try out; for some new American cuisine buzzy, upscale food mecca of The Catbird Seat at 1711 Division St with its a U-shaped open kitchen a define must (+1 615-810-8200);

If you are wanting a fine-dining experience the eclectic, upscale décor and plush wine list of Etch at 303 Demonbreun St is recommended (+1 615-522-0685); those wanting a lunch experience that’s slightly out of the city center will enjoy the views through soaring windows, while enjoying the seasonal dishes and exquisite wines of 360 Bistro at 6000 TN-100 Highway (+1 615-353-5604);

For more of a relaxed vibe the wood-fired pizzas and rustic lounge, in a rehabbed storefront of Lockeland Table at 1520 Woodland St are worth a visit (+1 615-228-4864); and for a truly local experience, with dishes cooked with regional ingredients an ember-fired grill in the historic mansion of Husk at 37 Rutledge St is for you (+1 615-256-6565).

Nashville Sights and Attractions for Conference Delegates:

Besides the numerous musical offering that you’ll find in a variety of different nightclubs and restaurants, you can check out the schedules for some formal venues too; including the Schermerhorn Symphony Center — home of the Nashville Symphony, the Tennessee Performing Arts Center for more well-established performers as well as the Nashville Repertory Theatre, which also hosts no musical productions. The annual Tennessee State Fair is also held annually each September, however, there are dozens of other offerings that take place through the year such as the Nashville Shakespeare Festival, along with no performative attractions that include arts centres and museums.