Keynote Speaker Paris | Leading Motivational Speaker Duncan

Professional keynote speaker Paris, Duncan Stevens will help to bring your event to life with an inspiring, motivational and educational talk guaranteed to leave your guests inspired and ready to take action. You can book Duncan Stevens as an interactive motivational speaker in Paris and all over France. Duncan also speaks across all of Europe including Berlin, Rome and London.

As a behavioural psychologist and keynote speaker, Duncan helps create teams and leaders change their perspectives to create new opportunities and cultivate a mindset for success.

His clients have included Deloitte, Coca Cola, Huawei, Audi, and more as well as governments and NGOs.

As a leading authority on high performance leadership, influence and persuasion and collaboration you can be assured you will be securing the services of one of the most experienced keynote speakers in Paris. With over 15 years experience, Duncan prides himself on being an easy-to-work-with speaker and has worked in over 130 different industries ranging from of from retail to entertainment and technology to hospitality and many more.

Today as a professional speaker she travels the world helping organisations become more persuasive and more effective and manage change and lead teams with higher levels of performance. His entertaining and inspiring keynote speeches focus on influence and persuasion, leadership, change management and collaboration.

He is the founder of the Influence Association, Professional Mentalist, Author of the best-selling book – Effective Influence and an award-winning entrepreneur.

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Paris Conference Centres and Event Venues

When it comes to finding a conference venue in Paris, there are so many different types of buildings and locations that you can choose from. For instance, Cité de la Mode et du Design is a stunning conference centre that has recently been renovated and now hosts major events such as the Paris Fashion Week; while you might want to consider hosting your next conference in the Palais de Congres Paris – this world-famous conference centre can accommodate up to 10,000 people across its five rooms, and is widely known for organising some of the top events in the country.

For a truly unique event space, you could choose to hire an exhibition hall or venue at Le Cent Quatre, – this avant-garde arts centre was designed by award-winning architects and hosts more than 800 exhibits each year!

If you’re looking for a conference venue that includes hotel rooms, then the Pullman Paris Alesia might be just what you’re looking for. This four-star hotel has everything you need to host an event including conference rooms, meeting spaces and even a restaurant! There are also two other Pullman Hotels in Paris that you might want to consider, the Porte de Versailles and Opera.

And if you’re looking for a cheaper alternative then there’s always Citadines Apart’hotel Paris Centre Tour Eiffel. This four-star establishment has everything from stylish one-bedroomed apartments with fully equipped kitchens to event suites that can accommodate up to 50 people!

General Information About Paris:

The French capital is a place that many of us have been to for business or pleasure. The charm of Paris can be found in almost every street, from the majestic landmark buildings down to the most humble alleyways and stately mansions. Not only is it a city with a rich cultural heritage but also one that actively thrives on creativity. So it’s no wonder that many international conferences are held here on an annual basis, bringing the city to life with cutting-edge ideas and philosophies.

Of course, Paris is the capital of France and the most populous city with 2,175,246 inhabitants within its administrative limits. Although a lot of people visit Paris each year, only 8.4 million of them do so for business purposes.

Some interesting facts about Paris:

The Eiffel Tower is one of the most-visited monuments in the world – around 7 million visitors come to admire it each year.

The Notre-Dame de Paris Cathedral is the most widely visited landmark of the city, with around 13 million people visiting its galleries and halls every year.

The Musée du Louvre is by far the most popular museum of Paris, receiving up to 15,000 people per day.

The city is also home to “La Défense”, the largest purpose-built business district in all of Europe. It’s a heady mix of stylish and modern glass and steel buildings and skyscrapers, covering an area of 35 hectares. The Grande Arche de la Défense is the main landmark here; it stands 141 metres high and is 110 metres wide.

Paris as a Conference and Events City:

When it comes to hosting conferences, seminars or business events in Paris, there are endless possibilities! You can hold an event indoors at one of the many convention centres, such as the Palais des Congrès de Paris – this vast space features more than 20 rooms, all of which are air-conditioned and can accommodate up to 2,300 people. Then there’s the Business Centre at Le Méridien Etoile – this stately hotel offers 133 conference rooms that fit between 10 and 500 people each!

If you’re looking for something a little more traditional then there are numerous conference centres that you can rent, such as the Centre de Conventions International de Paris – this grand building features two large conference rooms with space for up to 450 people in each one. Duncan is frequently hired as an inspirational keynote speaker in Paris to help increase the performance of teams and leaders within organisations.

Places To Eat in Paris as a Conference Attendee:

In terms of conference catering, there’s no shortage of options when it comes to finding a restaurant or bar in Paris – from bistros to brasseries, cafes and bars, you’ll have no trouble food when you travel to the French capital.

If you are looking for something modern, try Cafe de Paris: 3, Rue de Varenne, 75007 whilst something more glamorous you could try L’Ami Louis: 58, Rue des Martyrs 75009. Fresh meals and delicious desserts can be found at Le Dome d’Or on 10 Avenue d’Iena 75116 Paris. Le Grand Vefour on 17, Place du Palais Royal 75001 Paris. For something elegant and sophiosticated you could try Le Meurice Restaurant an be found at 228, Rue de Rivoli 75001 Paris and Le Petit Trianon on 80, Rueil Malmaison 92500 Rueil-Malmaison.

Places to Visit in Paris After Your Conference:

Paris is such a wonderful city to visit, and as such there are plenty of sights for conference delegates to enjoy. Indeed, the Eiffel Tower – at 324 metres high – is one of the most famous monuments in the world. It was built back in 1889 and has since been used as everything from a giant lightning rod (it has been struck more than 7,000 times since 1889) to a radio antenna. And on top of this, the Eiffel Tower has also provided Paris with some great new nicknames over the years – it was famously used as a giant sundial back in 1909 and was even referred to as the “Iron Lady” by Marshal Petain during the Second World War.

Other top attractions in Paris include the Catacombs, a series of underground tunnels that house the remains of more than six million people who died during the 17th and 18th centuries – many bodies were placed here after it was decided that graveyards were becoming overcrowded. You can also visit Place de la Concorde, which is home to some of Paris’ most famous landmarks, such as the Luxor Obelisk and a pair of stone fountains that were gifted to France by the people of Egypt back in 1829.

In addition to all these amazing sights, you should also consider visiting the Arc de Triomphe – this historic monument was  built back in 1806 and is located at the centre of Place Charles de Gaulle.

Getting There and Around Paris for Delegates:

By Air : There are two international airports in the city of Paris. They are Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG) and Orly Airport (ORY). CDG is located to the northeast of the city whereas ORY is situated 19km south of Paris. CDG is the main international airport serving the country.

By Train : The city of Paris has six major railway stations namely Gare du Nord , Gare de l’Est, Gare de Lyon, Gare d’Austerlitz, Gare Montparnasse and Gare Saint Lazare . Each station serves a different region of France. Some of these stations are well connected to the Paris Metro where you can avail public transport for your onward journey.

By Car : Driving in the city has its own challenge as it’s known for heavy traffic jams. The best idea is to park your car at a parking lot near the meeting point and then travel on foot. If you are travelling from the CDG International Airport to Paris, then there is a commuter rail service called RER B that can take you directly to the city.

By Taxi : Taking a taxi in Paris is quite convenient as it’s affordable and readily available throughout the day. However, avoid taking unlicensed taxis as they tend to overcharge customers. Licensed taxis can be easily identified because they have a yellow roof.

Public Transport : Paris has an extensive network of buses, trams, subway and RER railways to choose from for travelling within the city. Travelling around the city is easy with the help of public transport services by using a single ticket. A single one-way ticket within the city costs €1.90, a 10-journey ticket is priced at €15.30 and a monthly pass for unlimited travel is available for €75.

Getting Around:

Paris has an extensive network of taxis, buses, trams and metros to choose from to explore the city. There’s no dearth of transport options to make your journey hassle free. However, visitors should note that taxi drivers in Paris are known for overcharging customers. Buses and trams are the cheapest mode of transport within the city as they tend to take a longer route around the city. But if you only wish to travel a few kilometres then it’s best to take a taxi instead.

Paris is well connected by air, road, train and metro. If you are travelling from the UK or the US then it’s best to plan your journey in advance to avoid hefty charges on last-minute travel arrangements.