Keynote Speaker Quito | Inspiring Motivational Speaker

Keynote speaker Quito. Duncan Stevens can be booked as an inspiring motivational speaker in Quito, Ecuador. He helps create new perspectives to create new possibilities, which in turn create new opportunities – all to positively impact on YOUR bottom-line. 

With over a decade of expertise, Duncan has certainly himself as an in-demand a highly experienced keynote speaker in Quito due to his content-rich, engaging, inspiring and fascinating keynote speeches and masterclasses. He is the founder and CEO of the Influence Association and best-selling author of the number one best-selling book Effective Influence. He is a serial entrepreneur, professional ‘mentalist’ and is widely considered as among the world’s premier authorities on high-performance leadership, influence, persuasion, effectiveness and navigating economic change. 

Duncan’s entertaining, interactive and visual keynote speeches motivate attendees to develop different perspectives. His collaboration with teams and leaders, whether it’s through leadership training, sales coaching, or speaking takes teams and individuals from okay to great or from excellent to market-leading through difficult economic times.

With over ten years of prior experience, Duncan is internationally recognised as the premier authority on the subjects of influence and high performance. All of his keynote presentations are relevant, tailored to each event, highly memorable and inspiring. Duncan is often regarded as an easy-to-work-with keynote speaker and has presented at conferences and events worldwide and all over Quito. 

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“We can’t thank Duncan enough for attending our conference and inspiring our delegates with a really funny, engaging and content-full presentation. He took time out to meet guests at the end and was a dream to work with. We look forward to working with him again next year!”


Conference Centres and Event Venues in Quito, Ecuador:

La Ideal Conference Centro, José Tamayo N24-260 y, Quito 170523

Quinta Sisahuasi Centro, Calle 23 de Abril E2-26 y, Quito 170157

Centro de Convenciones Metropolitano, Av. Río Amazonas, Quito 170104

Quorum Business Convention Centro, Urb. Santa Lucía, Cumbayá 170904

Los Algarrobos Centro de Eventos, Camino de Los Osos, Quito 170170

Swissôtel Quito, Ave 12 de Octubre 1820 y, Quito 170525

General Information About The City:

Formally known as San Francisco de Quito, it is the second-highest capital in the world by elevation being 2.8km above seas level – although it is the closest one to the equator; and located on the slopes of Pichincha, an active stratovolcano. This World Cultural Heritage site was designated as the headquarters of the Union of South American Nations; where visitors can come experience what is locally referred to as the middle of the world or la mitad del Mundo in Spanish. The nearby Guayllabamba river basin, which is surrounded by the Andes mountains, also attracts many tourists with its spectacular view and rugged wild landscape which is home to numerous kinds of wildlife.

Quito as a Conference and Events City:

As the central hub for South American cultural relations Quito host numerous expos and conventions that touch on a range of fields from health and wellness to sustainable technologies. International visitors may be interested in attending the Latin Expo Quito or the Agriflor Quito which both features trade opportunity businesses in various industries from food and beverage to information technology. It’s also worth noting that, even though the city has a warm subtropical highlands climate, nights can be really cold due to the altitude so conference delegates are advised to pack accordingly. Also, there are two distinct seasons so if you’re coming between October and May there will be rain.

Places To Eat in Quito as a Conference Attendee:

Even though there are loads of eateries in Quito for you to choose from one of the best is Chez Jérôme at Whymper N30-96, where they serve French-style South American cuisine in a light elevated atmosphere with a great selection of wines (+593 2 290 4391); or if you’d like a sleek elegant fine dining experience then Zazu at Mariano Aguilera 331, offers fresh seasonal dishes (+593 2 254 3559); and those wanting something slightly more exotic can make a reservation for Nubori at Catalina Aldaz y Portugal, for some high-end Asian fusion cuisine in a stylish modern dining room (+593 2 332 6170); if you’d like more of a relaxed lunch vibe then Urko Cocina Local at Mallorca 449 Y, has creative Ecuadorian cuisine served in a friendly yet stylish café setting (+593 96 312 1818); otherwise head to De La Llama at Suiza N33 for a wholesome Ecuadorian brunch (+593 98 909 5312).

Quito Sights and Attractions for Conference Delegates:

This cultural gem has one of the best-pr3eserved old towns in the world, with at least 120 monument buildings that are almost unchanged from their original heritage; and in fact there are over 5000 structures in the protected architecture registry, the highlight of which has to be the Plaza Grande. Conference delegates are also able to get an amazing view of Quito from El Panecillo – a hill in the centre of the city, before heading to either La Mariscal for upmarket shopping and nightlife or to Plaza Foch for those who are more budget-conscious. Beyond that, there are loads of parks and outdoor areas to explore.