Inspirational and Motivational Keynote Speaker in Bern, Switzerland

Bern Keynote Speaker

A world-famous motivational keynote speaker, James Taylor travels all over the world, from Bern to Singapore, to offer highly insightful advices to business audiences from a multitude of industrial backgrounds. James holds an MBA in international business and is a fellow of the RSA (the Royal Society of Arts), a prestigious institution whose past members include Nelson Mandela and Benjamin Franklin. Throughout his career, he spoke at international conferences in Europe, the US, South America, Africa, Asia, and the Middle East and also hosted the largest online summit for professional keynote speakers from the world. He collaborated with multi-national organizations such as Sony, Yamaha, Bertelsmann, Apple, and Johnson & Johnson and provided one-on-one coaching to some of the globe’s most talented individuals. His exceptional keynote presentations help his audiences unleash their creative potential, accelerate innovation, adapt to change and build creative cultures.

An expert in innovation, creativity, leadership, marketing, and artificial intelligence, James is strongly passionate about giving speeches which inspire, educate but also entertain his audiences. During his tailored, visual, educational and humorous speeches, he teaches his audiences how some of the most creative and innovative organizations and individuals from the world are adapting to change and technological disruptions. His extraordinary talent as a keynote speaker and entrepreneur made him a prominent figure in a diversity of media outlets. Moreover, he was also the subject of a 30-minutes BBC documentary.

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Bern, Switzerland has many excellent conference centers and facilities, including:

BERNEXPO, on Mingerstrasse
Festhalle Bern, on Papiermühlestrasse
Hotel National AG, on Hirschengraben
Hotel Novotel Bern Expo, on Guisanplatz
Kursaal Bern, on Kornhausstrasse
Weltpostverein Bern, on Weltpoststrasse


General Information about Bern for Meeting Planners and Event Professionals

Bern is the capital city of Switzerland and has a population of over 140,000 inhabitants. It was founded in 1191 by Duke Berthold V von Zähringen and is located in central Switzerland, on a peninsula formed by the river Aare. Bern was voted among the top 10 cities in the world in terms of the quality of living by Mercer in 2010, and is currently an important centre for commerce, finances, business, technology and tourism. Some of the most famous corporations headquartered here include Rehau, the Swatch Group, Feintool, T-Systems, Ebay and the Galenica Group. Bern is also an important tourist destination, attracting annually millions of tourists. Some of its most visited landmarks include the Old Town, designated by UNESCO a World Heritage Site in 1983, the Gurten Hill, a picturesque hill offering beautiful views of the Bernese Alps, the Rosengarten, a wonderful small park from which you can have a panoramic view of Bern’s Old Town, the Bear Park, a natural reservation housing a large number of bears, the Bern Minster, the tallest cathedral from Switzerland, and the Zyytglogge, an imposing clock tower dating back to the Medieval era. Bern is also an important cultural hub, renowned for institutions such as the Museum of Fine Arts, the Historical Museum and the Swiss National Library.

The City as a Conference Destination

Bern, Switzerland is a major centre for international conferences and conventions, including: the Jazoon Tech Days, a large event focused on recent technological developments; Startup Days, Switzerland’s main meeting point between startups and major investors and corporations; the Swiss Online Marketing Conference, a venue for national and international experts in digital marketing; the World Education Days, a three-day trade show focused on recent trends in educational methodologies; the Swiss Society of Intensive Care Medicine Symposium, one of Switzerland’s largest healthcare events, organized by the IMK Institute; and the International Conference on Computer Supported Education, a convention exploring the impact of digital technologies on advances in education.

Bern Food Options for Conference Delegates

While attending a business conference in Bern, Switzerland, a few local restaurants to experience include: Harmonie (+41 31 313 11 41) and Alpenblick (+41 31 335 66 33), two of the most famous restaurants specializing in traditional Swiss cuisine; Kornhauskeller (+41 31 327 72 72), an impressive restaurant serving Bernese, Swiss and Mediterranean specialties; Brasserie Bärengraben (+41 31 331 42 18), an upscale French restaurant; Meridiano (+41 31 339 52 45), a fabulous Italian restaurant offering a large variety of seasonal dishes; Tanaka (+41 31 961 66 22), a restaurant serving a diversity of sophisticated Euro-Japanese dishes; and the Maharaja Palace (+41 31 382 64 64), an all-you-can-eat Indian restaurant.

Bern Attractions for Convention Attendees

There are a large number of highly rated tourist attractions that you can visit after your business conference in Bern, Switzerland, such as: the Rose Garden, a charming, tranquil city park famous for its floral diversity and extraordinary views of Bern’s Old Town, and featuring also a playground and a restaurant; the Bern Minster, the tallest cathedral from Switzerland with a 100 metres-high spire, built in the 15th century in a Gothic style; the Zyttglogge, a mechanical clock tower and astrolabe built in 1405 which served during history as a prison, guard tower, astronomical observatory and civic memorial; and the Federal Palace of Switzerland, an imposing building housing the Swiss Federal Assembly and the Federal Council.