New Delhi Keynote Speaker
Keynote Speaker New Delhi. Duncan Stevens can be booked as an inspiring motivational speaker in Dubai. As a keynote speaker, he helps some of the world’s most recognisable organizations, teams and leaders become more influential and more effective and readjust to global changes through what they say and how they act.
With over a decade of expertise, Duncan has certainly himself as an in-demand and in-demand keynote speaker due to his content-rich, engaging, inspiring and entertaining 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 serial entrepreneur, award-winning ‘mentalist’ and is widely considered as among the world’s premier authorities on influence, persuasion, effectiveness and navigating economic change.
Duncan’s entertaining, interactive and highly visual keynotes inspire attendees to develop different perspectives. His work, whether it’s through leadership training, sales training, or speaking takes teams from pretty good to excellent or from excellent to market-leading through challenging economic times.
Before Duncan become a keynote speaker, he gained 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 internationally recognised brands.
With over ten years of experience, Duncan is globally acknowledged as the premier authority on the subjects of influence and effectiveness. All of his keynote presentations are relevant, tailored to each audience, highly memorable and thought-provoking and is an easy-to-work-with keynote speaker in Delhi.
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Some of Duncan's Global Clients Include:
“Simply brilliant keynote presentation from a really nice guy too. Duncan wowed our audience with both his knowledge, warmth and attention to detail. His incredible demonstrations of influence and persuasion left the audience spellbound and give him our highest endorsement and can’t wait to have him return next year!”
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT NEW DELHI FOR CONFERENCE DELEGATES:
Conference Centres and Event Venues in New Delhi:
India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Rd, Lodhi Estate, Delhi, India, 110003
JN University, Convention Center, New Mehrauli Road, Delhi, 110067
NDMC Convention Centre, 15 Sansad Marg, Connaught Place, Delhi, 110001
India International Centre, on Max Mueller Marg, Lodhi Gardens, Delhi 110003
NCUI Convention Centre, 3 August Kranti Marg, Nipccd Campus, Delhi 110016
Jain Bhawan Conference Center, 12 Shaheed Bhagat Singh Marg, Delhi 110001
General Information About The City:
The capital city of India was designed by the British in 1911 to incorporate the old city and expand into the new century; today New Delhi is a world-class metropolis, as well as being the administrative home to all three branches of government. There are also numerous other architectural marvels to discover including the Rashtrapati Bhavan, Connaught Place, Humayun’s Tomb, India Gate, Akshardham Temple, Lotus Temple.
New Delhi as a Conference and Events City:
Although the city is essentially landlocked, the floodplains of its Yamuna River, are enough to sustain numerous botanical gardens the largest of these include Buddha Jayanti Park and the historic Lodi Gardens. As an international cosmopolitan city, it hosts a multi-ethnic and multi-cultural presence – largely due to its vast Indian bureaucracy and political system; which amplifies the importance of national events and holidays, meaning that there is usually some kind of celebration occurring. It’s worth noting that the winters are mildly humid and dry, although the evenings can be really cold; however, summer days are long and very hot – with a potential for dust storms. The city also sits on a fault line so be aware that earthquakes are a possibility, even though pretty rare.
Places To Eat in New Delhi as a Conference Attendee:
Obviously you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to authentic Indian cuisine; however there are some top quality international eateries we’d recommend, for a contemporary twists on the traditional such as at Indian Accent located at the CGO Complex on Lodi Rd, where you’ll find refined restaurant with glass walls (+91 11 6617 5151);
Spice Route on at the Imperial on Janpath lane offers lighter snack with in an elegant setting (+91 11 4111 6605); if you’re looking for something slightly more European though the Olive Bar and Kitchen at Mile 6, One Style, offers a mix of Italian favourites in a colonial building decorated in a refined yet relaxed style (+91 99104 57373); for more wholesome faire in cozy lounge you’ll want to head over to Bukhara Restaurant at ITC Maurya on Sardar Patel Marg, and sample their rustic-chic tandoor-cooked dishes (+91 11 2611 2233);
For those looking for an elegant fine dining experience the Kiyan at NH-8, Samalkha offers a lavishly decorated setting along with chic-stylish dishes (+91 11 3015 8676).
New Delhi Sights and Attractions for Conference Delegates:
Along with the architectural and botanical sites to see; conference attendees have dozens of museums and art galleries to visit including the National Gallery of Modern Art, as well as the National Museum of Natural History. You’ll also want to take into consideration which festivals are occurring at any given time of year, such as the Kite Flying Festival or International Mango Festival which draw people from all around the planet – which may have an impact on your travel plans. The Vasant Panchami, over Spring Festival, is a great time to be in the city; although again the crowds are massive during this time year; as with the Diwali festival of light or any one of the numerous other celebrations. The country is also wild about Cricket, so attending a match at the Arun Jaitley Stadium would be an experience beyond just the sports game.