Berlin Keynote Speaker
Top Motivational Keynote Speaker in Berlin James Taylor is an world famous keynote speaker, an expert in creativity, innovation, leadership and marketing who travels all over the planet, from Berlin to Singapore, to deliver tailored content-rich speeches in order to inspire, educate and entertain a large number of audiences coming from different professional backgrounds and industries. James holds an MBA in international business and is currently a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (RSA), a society whose former fellows include famous personalities such as Nelson Mandela or Benjamin Franklin.
He provided passionate and insightful keynote speeches all around the world, from Europe and the United States of America to Asia and the Middle East. His most important past clients have included Apple, Johnson & Johnson, Sony, Bertelsmann and Yamaha, and BBC recently produced and aired a documentary about his life and highly successful and innovative career as an international keynote speaker. Through his insightful, highly visual, educational, and entertaining presentations, James offers crucial advices to companies and individuals from various cultures all around the world on how to cope with the ever-increasing changes facing contemporary society and how to play significant roles in the development of creative and innovative cultures.
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CONFERENCE CENTRE VENUES
Berlin has many excellent conference centers and facilities, including:
Berlin Congress Center, on Alexander Strasse
Berlin ExpoCenter City, on Messedamm Strasse
CityCube Berlin, on Messedamm Strasse
Estrel Congress Center, on Sonnenallee Strasse
InterContinental Berlin, on Budapester Strasse
The Ritz-Carlton, Berlin on Potsdamer Platz
General Information about Berlin for Meeting Planners and Event Professionals:
Berlin, a city dating from the 13th century. is the capital city of Germany and the center of the Berlin-Brandenburg Metropolitan Region (having approximately 6 million inhabitants). It is located in the northeastern part of the country, on the banks of the rivers Havel and Spree, and is famous as a center of culture, science, media and politics. Its economy relies on high-tech companies and the service sector, encompassing various research institutions and facilities, creative industries, large media corporations and conference and convention venues. Important industries represented in Berlin include IT, biomedicine and biotechnology, electronics, constructions, clean technology, and pharmaceuticals. It is a crucial European hub for rail and air traffic and has a large number of touristic attractions including the Berlin Wall, the Brandenburg Gate, the Rebuilt Reichstag, the Charlottenburg Palace and Park, and the Zoological Garden (the most visited zoo from Europe). It is home to various world famous universities, museums and entertainment venues and is also renowned for its winter Christmas markets, as well as its weekly street markets and flea markets. The Kurfürstendamm Boulevard is well known for its luxury outlets owned by famous international fashion designers.
The City as a Conference Destination
Berlin is a highly important conference destination, hosting a large number of conventions each year on themes such as technology, economics, fashion, electronics, and ecommerce. Some of the largest conferences taking place in 2018 include: the Tech Open Air, Europe’s leading technology festival, the Rethink! Internet of Retail Minds, Europe’s leading platform for product networking and digital transformation, the Fashiontech, where latest advancements at the interface between fashion and technology are presented, CWIEME, a global fair and conference on electronics, and the K5 Future Retail Conference, an important platform for ecommerce.
Berlin Food Options for Conference Delegates
When you are attending a business conference in Berlin, Germany, there are several local restaurants you should definitely experience. If you are interested to sample local German cuisine, you must definitely visit the Bieberbau restaurant (+49 30 8532390). For a more varied international menu, Skykitchen is a good option (+49 30 4530532620). Berlin also offers a selection of Italian restaurants, such as Ristorante A Mano (+49 30 95598243), La Gondola Due (+49 30 8027973), and Trattoria Portofino (+49 30 23910610), as well as a famous French restaurant and wine bar, La Cantine d’Augusta (+49 30 96597617).
Berlin Attractions for Convention Attendees
There are a number of highly rated tourist attractions to visit after your business conference in Berlin, Germany. The Berlin Wall, which used to separate West and East Germany after World War II is probably the most well-known attraction. The Brandenburg Gate also used to symbolize the divided city and country for many years and remains one of the most visited places in Berlin. Other attractions include the Reichstag building, the home of the German Parliament, the Berliner Dom, an impressive Protestant church, and the Pergamon Museum, famous for displaying reconstructions of historical pieces of architecture.