Top Motivational Keynote Speaker in Bangkok
The international keynote speaker and top motivational keynote speaker in Bangkok James Taylor offers tailored and content rich keynotes which inspire, educate and entertain various audiences from all around the world. He is a renowned expert in marketing, leadership, creativity and innovation who travels the world, from Bangkok to Singapore, in order to provide lively keynote speeches to global business audiences pertaining to diverse industries.
He is highly passionate in offering educational, inspirational as well as entertaining stage experiences to a large number of international audiences. ??During his entertaining and highly visual keynotes, he provides assistance to individuals and companies to increase their capacities for building creative cultures, for adapting to a variety of global changes and technological disruptions, and for speeding up innovational processes. With an MBA degree in international business and a current fellowship at RSA (an organization whose previous fellows include Benjamin Franklin and Nelson Mandela), Taylor gave insightful keynote presentations to audiences from Asia, Middle East, Europe and the United States and hosted the largest online summit for professional speakers in the world.
His most important clients have included Apple, Yamaha, Johnson & Johnson, Sony, and Bertelsmann and a documentary about his life and professional experience as an international keynote speaker has been produced by BBC.
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CONFERENCE CENTRE VENUES
Bangkok has many excellent conference centers and facilities, including:
JW Marriott Bangkok, on Sukhumvit Road
Centara Grand and Bangkok Convention Centre at CentralWorld, on Rama 1 Road
Rembrandt Hotel Bangkok, on Sukhumvit Road
Renaissance Bangkok Ratchaprasong Hotel, on Ploenchit Road
Bangkok International Trade and Exhibition Center (BITEC), on Bangna-Trad Road
Okura Prestige Hotel Bangkok, on Wireless Road
General Information about Bangkok for Meeting Planners and Event Professionals:
Bangkok is the capital and the most populated city of Thailand. Extending over 1,500 square kilometers and having more than 10 million inhabitants and an exponentially increasing number of tourists, Bangkok can be considered one of the major metropolises in the world. It began as a small trading post of the Ayutthaya Kingdom in the 15th century and later on developed into two capital cities, Thonbury (1768) and Rattanakosin (1782). During the late 19th century, Bangkok became the center of the modernization of Siam, which was soon after renamed Thailand. Nowadays, following the investment boom from the 1980s and 1990s, Bangkok is a major center in finance, business, transport, and healthcare, with many multinational corporations having their regional headquarters there. It is also an important center for arts, entertainment, and fashion. Combining historical landmarks such as the Grand Palace or Buddhist temples such as Wat Pho and Wat Arun with the vibrant street-life on Khaosan Road and Patpong (including its notorious Red Light Districts), Bangkok is among the world’s major tourist destinations. The Travel + Leisure magazine named it for four consecutive years the ‘World’s Best City’ and MasterCard’s Global Destination Cities Index considers it the world’s most visited place.
The City as a Conference Destination:
Bangkok hosts various annual conferences and conventions dedicated to technological advancements, economics, business, entertainment, and sustainable energy. Among the prominent technology events are the Wild Digital Networking Event series, where technology leaders, investors and chief executives discuss networking opportunities, as well as the Big Data-Trendy Technologies, and the Blockchain Unchained Bangkok. The three months Bangkok Entertainment Fest (annually from March to May), including the Comic Con and Anime Festival, is an initiative dedicated to promote Bangkok as an important international hub of the entertainment business. Additionally, the Future of ASEAN’s Energy Journey Conference takes place during the ASEAN Sustainable Energy Week.
Bangkok Food Options for Conference Delegates
If hungry after your business conference, you can choose among a large variety of national and international cuisines in Bangkok. Thai food is represented in restaurants like the Riverside Terrace (+66 2 476 0022) and the Goji Kitchen (+66 2 059 5999). Other Asian choices include the Japanese restaurants Shintaro (+66 2 126 8866) and Tsu (+66 2 656 7700), as well as the Colonnade (+66 2 344 8888), where you can sample food from all parts of Asia. Mediterranean seafood can be found at the Latest Recipe (+66 2 232 8888), and French and European cuisines at The Reflexions at The Athenee Hotel (+66 2 650 8800). Finally, you can also taste American food at the Chunky American Burgers Bar Cafe Diner (+66 91 742 4094).
Bangkok Attractions for Convention Attendees
There are a number of highly rated tourist attractions to visit after your business conference in Bangkok. One of the most spectacular places is the Floating Market in Damnoen Saduak, where dozens of wooden boats are loaded with fruits, vegetables, flowers, as well as with a large variety of cooked traditional foods. Historically and architecturally, the Grand Palace and Wat Prakeaw from the Old City, and the Wat Arun (the Temple of Dawn) from Riverside are the most stunning sights. Bangkok also hosts one of the most impressive Chinatowns, where you can find the largest number of gold shops from the city.