Budapest Keynote Speaker
James Taylor is an inspirational keynote speaker who travels the world, from Budapest to Singapore, to provide deeply insightful messages to a diversity of business audiences from multiple industries. His lively speeches will help you and your teams unleash your creative potential, speed-up innovation, adapt to change, and build creative cultures. An international keynote speaker specializing in creativity, innovation, artificial intelligence, marketing, and leadership, James is strongly passionate about offering experiences on stage which educate and entertain his public.
During his highly visual and humorous speeches, he takes his audiences on journeys of discovery, unveiling the back-stage secrets of how some of the most creative people and institutions from the world are able to adapt to change and technological disruptions. During his long career, he has presented at global conferences in the USA, Middle East, Europe, Asia, South America and Africa. Moreover, he also hosted the largest online summit for expert keynote speakers from the world. He worked with prestigious multinational companies such as Yamaha, Apple, Sony, Bertelsmann, and Johnson & Johnson, and also provided one-on-one coaching to many talented individuals from various industries. He holds an MBA focused on international business and is a fellow of the prestigious Royal Society of Arts (RSA), an institution boasting with past fellows like Nelson Mandela and Benjamin Franklin. Recently, BBC aired a documentary about his career as an international keynote speaker, acclaimed author and entrepreneur.
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CONFERENCE CENTRE VENUES
Budapest, Hungary has many excellent conference centers and facilities, including:
AKCongress, on Budafoki út
Budapest Kongresszusi Központ, on Jagelló út
Europa Congress Centre, on Hárshegyi út
Novotel Budapest City, on Alkotás
Rhema Conference Centre, on Golgota út
The Ritz-Carlton, Budapest, on Erzsebet Ter
General Information about Budapest for Meeting Planners and Event Professionals
With over 1.7 million inhabitants, Budapest is the capital and largest city of Hungary. World-famous for its extraordinary classical music scene, vibrant nightlife and large variety of natural thermal baths, Budapest is a major tourist attraction. It is also Hungary’s largest financial, commercial and business centre, and has further strengths in technology, education, research, media, fashion and culture. Some of the most renowned national and international organizations based here include the Budapest Stock Exchange (the 2nd largest one in Central-Eastern Europe), the International Centre for Democratic Transition, the United Nation’s Regional Offices and the European Institute of Innovation and Technology. Budapest is home to a large number of amazing historical buildings and sites (most of them located in the city’s central area, which was designated by UNESCO a World Heritage Sites), including the Hungarian National Parliament, the Royal Palace, the Fisherman’s Bastion, the Vajdahunyad Castle, the State Opera House, the Buda Castle, the Matthias Church, St. Stephen’s Basilica and the Central Market Hall. Budapest is also a major cultural and educational centre, home to museums such as the National Gallery, the Hall of Art, the Ethnographic Museum, and the Hopp Museum of East Asian Art, and top universities like the Budapest University of Technology and Economics and the Central European University.
The City as a Conference Destination
Budapest is a major centre for international conferences and conventions, such as: the International Conference on Science and Technology Research, one of Central and Eastern Europe’s most important technology events; Sales Tech Budapest, a conference exploring the impact of digital technology on the sales industry; the CRAFT Conference, bringing together a large number of software developers; the Budapest Digital Marketing Conference, an event focused on new trends in digital marketing; the International Conference on Global Education, Teaching and Learning, one of Hungary’s top conferences focused on education; and the Global GS1 Healthcare Conference, a major venue for national and international healthcare specialists.
Budapest Food Options for Conference Delegates
While you are attending a business conference in Budapest, Hungary, a few local restaurants to experience include: the Costes Restaurant (+36 1 219 0696) and Onyx (+36 30 508 0622), two of the best places to try authentic Hungarian cuisine; Caviar & Bull (+36 30 832 3232), an excellent restaurant serving a large variety of Mediterranean dishes; Trattoria Pomo D’Oro (+36 1 302 6473), a well-known Italian restaurant; Pavillon de Paris Étterem (+36 20 509 3430), an upscale French restaurant serving delicious gourmet dishes; Sushi Sei (+36 1 240 4065), one of the most renowned Japanese restaurants from Budapest; and Bangkok Thai Étterem (+36 1 266 0584), an amazing Thai restaurant.
Budapest Attractions for Convention Attendees
There are a number of highly rated tourist attractions that you can visit after your business conference in Budapest, Hungary, including: the Buda Castle, a famous historic castle and palace complex featuring a large number of wonderful Gothic altars and sculptures; the Heroes’ Square, a UNESCO World Heritage Site where the statues of the founders of Hungary are exhibited; the Hungarian Parliament Building, an amazing edifice built in a Gothic Revival style, housing the National Assembly of Hungary; and the Széchenyi Chain Bridge, an iconic stone suspension bridge designed by William Tierney Clark which unites the Western and Eastern sides of the city.