Inspirational and Motivational Keynote Speaker in Copenhagen, Denmark

Copenhagen Keynote Speaker

Travelling the world from Copenhagen to Singapore, international keynote speaker James Taylor incessantly helps various individuals and organizations to unleash and develop their creative abilities in order to better function and flourish in a world where nowadays change is the only constant. An MBA graduate in international business and a prestigious member of the RSA (whose past illustrious fellows included personalities such as Benjamin Franklin or Nelson Mandela), Taylor provides content rich, insightful, and highly visual keynote speeches to diverse audiences coming from various industries.

An expert in creativity, innovation, leadership and marketing, as well as a renowned author and entrepreneur, Taylor travels the continents, from Europe and the United States to Asia and Middle East to teach organizations and high-level individuals such as entrepreneurs, writers, corporate leaders, educators and even rockstars how to monetize and maximize their creativity. His past clients included internationally renowned companies such as Apple, Sony, Yamaha, Bertelsmann and Johnson and Johnson. His success as an international keynote speaker able to inspire, educate, and entertain his audiences made Taylor a popular figure in various media outlets. Recently, BBC made a 30 minutes documentary about his life and career as a keynote speaker at international business conferences.

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Copenhagen has many excellent conference centers and facilities, including:

Comwell Conference Center Copenhagen, on Center Blvd.
Tivoli Hotel & Congress Center, on Arni Magnussons Gade
Carlsberg Conference Center, on Gamle Carlsberg Vej
MEET Copenhagen Conference Center, on Tårnfalkevej
Kosmopol – Meetings and Conferences, on Fiolstræde
Admiral Gjeddes Gaard, on Store Kannikestræde


General Information about Copenhagen for Meeting Planners and Event Professionals

Copenhagen is the capital city of Denmark and is located on the costal islands of Amager and Zealand. It is connected to the city Malmo in Sweden by the Öresund Bridge. Copenhagen was originally a Viking fishing village founded in the 10th century and it became Denmark’s capital in the 15th century. In the early 17th century, it consolidated its position as an important center of power, famous for its armed forces. The city’s major tourist attractions include Frederiksstaden, a Rococo district from the 18th century where the Amalienborg Palace, home to the royal family, is located, the Christiansborg Palace, the Rosenborg Castle, the Tivoli Gardens, Frederik’s Church and the famous Little Mermaid’s statue. The city is also famous for its various museums such as the Danish Design Center, the Design Museum Danmark (Denmark is world renowned for its tradition in design), or the Cisterne Museum, with its impressive collections of modern glass art. Copenhagen is the most important financial and economic center of Denmark, with an economy largely based on commerce and services. Most of Copenhagen’s inhabitants (approximately 350,000) work in the service sector (with only 10,000 working in manufacturing industries). Maersk, the largest shipping company in the world, has its headquarters in Copenhagen.

The City as a Conference Destination

Copenhagen is an important venue for a large number of international conventions and conferences, with topics ranging from economics and commerce to technology and even fashion. Some of the most important events include the Investment Expert Copenhagen, a convention focused on economics and finances, LabDays Copenhagen, a meeting of experts in lab industries, the Sectech Expo & Seminar, where the latest advancements in security technologies are presented, the Nordic Additive Manufacturing Show, focused on the impact of additive manufacturing on innovative technologies, and the Copenhagen International Fashion Fair (CIFF), which is the largest and longest fashion event from Northern Europe.

Copenhagen Food Options for Conference Delegates

There is a great choice of restaurants in Copenhagen you should experience after your business conference. You can sample the rare and exciting Danish cuisine at Noma (+45 32 96 32 97), French food at Kong Hans Kælder (+45 33 11 68 68), Italian cuisine at Era Ora (+45 32 54 06 93), and even exotic Thai dishes at Kiin Kiin (+45 35 35 75 55). Most cafes in Copenhagen offer brunches, particularly during weekends. The most popular such places are The Union Kitchen (+45 33 14 54 88), the Møller – Kaffe og Køkken (+45 71 74 75 59) and Kalaset (45 33 33 00 35).

Copenhagen Attractions for Convention Attendees

Various highly rated tourist attractions wait for you in Copenhagen to visit after your business conference. The Tivoli Gardens is a famous amusement park founded in 1843, a fascinating mixture of historical buildings, exotic pieces of architecture and beautiful gardens. The Amalienborg Palace is the seat of the Danish royal family, containing also a museum where you can learn more about Denmark’s royal history. However, probably the most famous landmark in Copenhagen is the sculpture of the Little Mermaid, located at Langelinje Pier, and inspired by Hans Christian Andersen’s fairy tale. The statue was a gift of Danish brewer’s Carl Jacobsen to the city of Copenhagen and was initially unveiled in 1913.