Inspirational and Motivational Keynote Speaker in Beijing, China

Beijing Keynote Speaker

Motivational Keynote Speaker in Beijing Holding an MBA in international business, motivational keynote speaker in Beijing James Taylor continuously travels the world in order to provide inspirational, tailored and content-rich presentations to educate and entertain a great variety of audiences coming from a large diversity of professional backgrounds. Currently an RSA fellow (whose past notable fellows include Nelson Mandela and Benjamin Franklin), Taylor is a renowned expert in innovation, creativity, marketing, and leadership, strongly passionate to offer highly inspiring, educational and entertaining speeches to individuals and companies from various industries all around the world. Traveling everywhere in the world, from Beijing to Amsterdam, and providing insightful, entertaining and highly visual keynote speeches, Taylor aims to help his audiences increase their capacities to build innovative cultures and to adapt to the incessant changes and technological disruptions which are the trademark of our contemporary world.

During his long and successful career, he provided entertaining and insightful speeches to a large number of audiences from the United States, Europe, Asia, as well as Middle East. His most notable clients include Yamaha, Apple, Johnson & Johnson, Sony, and Bertelsmann. Recently, BBC produced a documentary about his life and career as an international keynote speaker and expert in international business, creativity, and innovation.

Global companies choose top motivational keynote speaker in Beijing James Taylor to help their people unlock their creativity, accelerate innovation and adapt to change.


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Beijing has many excellent conference centers and facilities, including:

Beijing Conference Center, on Laiguangying West Road
China National Convention Center (CNCC), on Tianchen East Road
Beijing International Convention Center (BICC), on Beichen Dong Road
Waldorf Astoria Hotel Beijing, on Jinyu Hutong St.
JW Marriott Hotel Beijing, on Jian Guo Road
Park Hyatt Beijing, on Jianguomenwai St.


General Information about Beijing for Meeting Planners and Event Professionals:

Beijing is the capital of China and the world’s second most populated city and most populated capital. Located in northern China, Beijing is one the oldest cities, dating 3,000 years back. Currently it is an impressive mixture of ancient sites and modern architecture, including a large number of skyscrapers. The Forbidden City complex, which was the imperial palace during the Ming and Qing dynasties is located nearby the huge pedestrian plaza Tiananmen Square, home to Mao Zedong’s mausoleum and the National Museum of China, where a vast collection of historical artifacts are displayed. Nowadays, Beijing has an important global influence in economy, technology, politics, history, culture, and education. Starting from 2015, 52 companies of the Fortune Global 500 opened headquarters in Beijing, more than in any other city. Important state-owned institutions, such as China National Petroleum, State Grid and Sinopec Group, are also included in this list. Beijing Central Business District is rapidly becoming the center for the city’s economic expansion and fast modernization. Beijing is also the seat of a large number of important universities, including the Beijing University of Technology, the Peking University, the University of International Business and Education, or the Beijing Film Academy.

The City as a Conference Destination

Beijing is the site of a large number of important international conventions and conferences, most notably focused on scientific and technological developments. Examples of conferences include the TechCrunch Beijing, aiming to bring together national and international experts to share insights about technology and start-ups, the Global Mobile Internet Conference, focused on internet start-ups and other trends with impact on China’s business development, or the Beijing International Consumer Electronics Expo, the third largest display platform for electronics from Asia. Beijing will also be the site of international food and nutrition conferences, such as the 18th Beijing International Nutrition and Health Industry Expo or the 18th Beijing International Organic and Green Food Expo.


Beijing Food Options for Conference Delegates

While you are attending a business conference in Beijing, China, a few local restaurants to experience include: Choy’s Seafood Restaurant (+86 10 5927 8320), the Celestial Court (+86 10 6460 6688) – both offering various choices of Chinese food, the BLD (at the Renaissance Beijing Capital Hotel; +86 10 5863 8223), offering both Asian and international types of food, the TRB Forbidden City (+86 10 6401 6676), where you can find a great variety of delicious European dishes, and the Bleu Marine (+86 10 8595 8299), a famous Danish steakhouse.

Beijing Attractions for Convention Attendees

There are various touristic attractions in Beijing which you can visit after your business conference. The most important one, lying at the historical heart of Beijing, is the Forbidden City, a huge palace compound which has been the home of the emperors of the Qing and Ming dynasties. If you visit the Forbidden City, don’t miss the Palace Museum, with its impressive collections of Chinese art. Nearby, you can also find the Jingshan Park from which you can have a hilltop view of the whole palace compound. An important religious site is the Temple of Heaven (Tiantan) from southeastern Beijing, one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites.