Toronto Keynote Speaker

Leading motivational keynote speaker in Toronto, Duncan Stevens can be engaged as a speaker for your event in Toronto. As a keynote speaker, he helps many brands, teams and business leaders become more influential and more effective and adapt to global changes through what they say and how they behave. He speaks globally from Ohio to Osaka and from Ottawa to Panama.

With over ten years of expertise, 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 successful entrepreneur, critically acclaimed ‘mentalist’ and is widely regarded as among the world’s leading authorities on influence, persuasion, effectiveness and navigating economic change.

His keynotes, deliver entertaining, content-rich and highly visual motivation to attendees to inspire them embrace fresh perspectives. He is often engaged as a sales keynote speaker, leadership speaker and teamwork keynote speaker to increase team performance and help teams and leaders to adapt to industry changes. It is through these masterclasses or keynote that take organisations from good to great or from exceptional to market-leading through tough times. Before Duncan became 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 manager for some internationally recognised brands.

Duncan is internationally acknowledged as the leading authority on persuasion and high performance. All of his keynote speeches are relevant, tailored to each event, highly memorable and inspiring. His keynote speeches are content-rich, engaging and he has spoken at summits and sales kick-offs globally and all throughout Toronto. Learn more about Duncan Stevens as an easy to work with speaker here.

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Some of Duncan's Global and Toronto Clients Include:

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“Thank you for insipiring our team and leaders for the last few days. You added the spark we had been missing for quite some time and everyone left invigorated, learnt loads and were entertained at the same time. Our executive team have been singing your praises and we really hope we can bring you back again! Thank you Duncan.”


Conference Centres and Event Venues in Toronto

Metro Toronto Convention Center, 255 Front St W, Toronto, ON M5V 2W6

The Great Hall Events Venue, 1087 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M6J 1H3

Enercare Centre, 100 Princes’ Blvd Unit 1, Toronto, ON M6K 3C3

Scarborough Convention Centre, 20 Torham Pl, Scarborough, ON M1X 0B3

Ivey Donald K. Johnson Centre, 130 King St W, Toronto, ON M5X 1A9

Kennedy Convention Centre, 1199 Kennedy Rd, Scarborough, ON M1P 2L2

General Information About The City:

Situated on the northwestern tip of Lake Ontario, this city of almost 10 million residents is the largest metropolis in the country, and is one of the most multi-cultural and diverse on the planet. And with over 200 distinct ethnic populations, it has become a global centre of academics, music, and the performing arts  — along with attracting tens of millions of tourists to the city each year with its National Historical site, nature parks and annual festivals.

Toronto as a Conference and Events City:

There are plenty of conferences for delegates to attend in the highly cosmopolitan city; especially in the home improvement and building design sector from the national Construct Canada to the Toronto HomeBuilder & Renovator Expo, and even The Buildings Show Canada. You can also check out a bunch of production based events if you’re looking to invest in that industry including the Design & Manufacturing Canada as well as the specialised National Imprint Canada Show. Plus there are loads of other events which you can consider from the Outdoor Adventure Show-Toronto and The National Women’s Show-Toronto if you’re looking to check out something more relaxed to the  Higher Education Summit for those wanting to plug into the academics.

Places To Eat in Toronto as a Conference Attendee:

As the multi-cultural mega city, Toronto has loads of high-quality eateries for your conference delegates to enjoy, although one of the best is Canoe at 66 Wellington St W, where you can enjoy stylish modern local dishes with epic views of the city (+1 416-364-0054); or if you’d prefer to have an elegant dinner in a French inspired cafe then the sleek Alo at 163 Spadina Ave, offers fresh seasonal plates (+1 416-260-2222); and those looking for a true fine dining experience can head to Scaramouche Restaurant at 1 Benvenuto Pl, for upscale dishes and a casual vibe (+1 416-961-8011); otherwise you can  always make a reservation for Opus Restaurant at 37 Prince Arthur Ave, to enjoy high-end European cuisine and great selection of wines (+1 416-921-3105);  plus there is Blu Ristorante at 90 Avenue Rd, where they have plush decor, epic ambient tunes and a cozy atmosphere (+1 416-921-1471).

Toronto Sights and Attractions for Conference Delegates:

With all the tourists that visit this city each year, there are plenty of awesome nightlife options for your delegates to enjoy from the Entertainment District to St. Lawrence Market where you can do some retail therapy. Or if you’d prefer to do some nature hikes then the Rouge National Urban Park is among the many options; along with a whole bunch of cultural offerings such as the Royal Ontario Museum and the Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts. Plus there are a ton of festivals for you to enjoy if your conference trip coincides with their scheduled dates, such as the Caribana – Toronto Caribbean Carnival or even The Toronto International Film Festival. It’s also worth noting to winter temperates drop to below freezing so it is advised that you plan accordingly, as well as bring enough warm clothing if you need to be here at that time of the year.