Phuket Keynote Speaker
Duncan Stevens can be hired as an inspiring motivational speaker in Phuket. As a keynote speaker, he assists many of the world’s most recognisable brands, teams and leaders become more influential and more effective and adapt to industry changes through what they say and how they behave.
You can learn more about Duncan here. With over 10 years of expertise, Duncan has certainly himself as a sought-after an award-winning keynote speaker due to his content-rich, engaging, motivating and entertaining 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 successful entrepreneur, professional ‘mentalist’ and is considered as one of the world’s leading authorities on influence, persuasion, effectiveness and navigating industry changes. Duncan’s humorous, content-rich and visual keynote presentations motivate audiences to develop new perspectives. His collaboration with teams and leaders, whether it’s through leadership training, sales coaching, or speaking takes teams from okay to great or from exceptional to market-leading through tough economic times.
Before Duncan became a keynote speaker, he secured 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 prior experience, Duncan is globally acknowledged as the premier authority on persuasion and performance. All of his keynote presentations are relevant, tailored to each conference, memorable and motivating. He is often regarded as an easy-to-work-with keynote speaker and has delivered his keynote speech at conferences and sales kick-offs worldwide and all over Phuket and Thailand.
Watch Duncan’s Phuket Extended Showreel Below:
Some of Duncan's Global Clients Include:
“Duncan crafted a really enjoyable and inspiring keynote for our event. He really is one of the leaders in the field of influence and persuasion and his Effective Influence Model made the whole thing easy to understand and easy to visualise everyone implementing. A highly recommended keynote speaker. Thank you, Duncan!”
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT PHUKET FOR CONFERENCE DELEGATES:
Conference Centres and Event Venues in Phuket:
Angsana Laguna, 10 Moo 4, Srisoonthorn Rd Cherngtalay, Phuket 83110
Waterside Convention Center, 21/17 Lagoon Rd, Phuket 83110
Mövenpick Karon Conference Center, 509 Patak Rd, Phuket 83100
SAii Laguna, 323, Moo 2, Srisoonthorn Road, Bangtao, Phuket 83110
Phuket Marriott Conference Center, 99 Muen-Ngoen Road Tri-Trang 83150
Hyatt Regency Conference Center, 16 Moo 6 Kamala, Amphur Kathu 83150
General Information About The City:
Phuket is the largest island in Thailand, and has about three dozen other smaller islands which surround it that are considered part of the city; the island itself is connected to the Phang Nga Province in the north by Sarasin Bridge and lies just off the coast of the mainland to the east across the Andaman Sea. The province has a long history of international trade having been a traditional stop off point for ships from Europe that sailed past here on expeditions – and is today a primary tourism hub for those nations.
Phuket as a Conference and Events City:
There are loads of conferences in Phuket; surprisingly most of them are focused on scientific research, many of those – perhaps more understandably are more concerned with the environment and sustainable technology advances. Educational conventions also play a significant part in the annual calendar with numerous international organizations choosing to meet here to discuss various subjects from the arts to health and wellness; the city itself even hosts a Phuket Bike Week to encourage activity by locals and tourists alike. And for the business-minded check out the Phuket WPA Conference on management as well as the Phuket IWA Biofilms Conference for presentations by leading scientists. It’s worth noting that the city has a tropical monsoon climate which means that it’s rainy from April to November; also there is a high probability of tropical storms so plan your trip accordingly to coincide with your most comfortable weather.
Places To Eat in Phuket as a Conference Attendee:
While the food in Thailand generally is outstanding, you’ll want to visit some of their most highly rated eateries, one of them is Silk at 15 Moo 6 Layi, with their plush décor and elegant vibe (+66 76 338 777); or if you’d like an amazing fine dining experience then the sleek and stylish Jaras Restaurant at 333 Kamala Beach is worth making a reservation (+66 76 629 999); for light fresh and seasonal local dishes then The Thai Restaurant at Amanpuri, on Pansea Beach is worth a visit on your trip (+66 76 324 333); and those wanting some classic Italian cuisine can head over to Acqua Restaurant 324 Prabaramee Rd and enjoy modern décor while sipping on cocktails (+66 76 618 127); otherwise if it’s a was relaxed family vibe you’re after then, Mamma Mia, at Kamala 93 Moo 3 Rim-Had Rd, has delicious wholesome western-style dishes for you to sample (+66 84 626 4528).
Phuket Sights and Attractions for Conference Delegates:
Of course, the main attraction here is the beautiful natural landscapes and pristine beaches; however as one of the oldest cities in Thailand you’ll be able to explore a whole host of cultural offerings too — The Phuket Old Town is even listed as a World Heritage Site. The numerous Buddhist temples dotted throughout the city are also worth checking out, you’ll even see loads of Hindi Ganesha statues around the town. There are even a bunch of annual festivals to consider while planning your conference trip, the Nine Emperor Gods Fest is a traditional vegetarian food celebration while the Phuket Travel fair is a more modern attraction with features parades and highlights tourism activities.