Inspirational and Motivational Keynote Speaker in Dallas, Texas

Dallas Keynote Speaker

A world-leading inspirational keynote speaker, James Taylor travels all around the globe, from Dallas to Singapore, to provide invaluable advice to business audiences from multiple industrial backgrounds. He has an MBA focused on international business and is currently a prestigious fellow of the RSA, an institution whose previous important members include Nelson Mandela and Benjamin Franklin. Throughout his career, James has given presentations at global conferences in Africa, Asia, the US, Europe, and the Middle East and was the host of the largest online summit for expert keynote speakers from the world. He worked with major multinational organizations such as Sonny, Apple, Yamaha, Bertelsmann, and Johnson & Johnson, and coached many of the globe’s most talented individuals, from corporate leaders and entrepreneurs to writers and rock stars.

His insightful keynote presentations help his audiences unlock their creative potential, accelerate the pace of innovation, adapt to an ever changing world and build creative cultures. A renowned expert in innovation, creativity, marketing, artificial intelligence, and leadership, James is highly passionate about offering presentations that inspire, educate and entertain his audiences. During his tailored, highly visual and humorous speeches, he explains to his audiences how the world’s most creative and innovative individuals and companies are adapting to change and technological disruptions. His extraordinary talent as a motivational keynote speaker and entrepreneur made him a leading figure in a variety of media outlets, and attracted the attention of BBC, which produced a documentary focused on his accomplishments.

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Dallas, Texas has many excellent conference centers and facilities, including:

Best Western Plus Dallas Hotel and Conference Center, on Lyndon B Johnson Fwy
Cityplace Events, on Tower at Cityplace
Cooper Hotel Conference Center & Spa, on Preston Rd.
JIP International Conference Center, on Dallas Pkwy
Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center Dallas, on Griffin St.
Meadows Conference Center, on Live Oak St.


General Information about Dallas for Meeting Planners and Event Professionals

With a population of over 1.3 million, Dallas is the largest city in North Texas and the ninth largest one in the US. Initially, Dallas was an important centre for the oil and cotton industries. Currently, it is a major industrial and commercial hub, and one of the largest inland ports in the United States. It is a highly multicultural city, with over 100 languages spoken and is world-famous for its Tex-Mex cuisine, a mixture of Mexican and American cooking styles and ingredients. Dallas hosts the regional headquarters of important national and multinational companies, such as Erikson, Alcatel, Texas Instruments, Nokia, AT&T, Fujitsu, Cisco Systems, and Nortel Networks. It is also an important tourist destination, renowned for landmarks including the Dallas World Aquarium, the Zero Gravity Thrill Rides Amusement Park, and the White Rock Lake. Moreover, Dallas is one of the country’s most important business destinations, hosting annually a large number of conventions and conferences, many of them taking place at the enormous Kay Bailey Hutchinson Convention Center. Dallas is also an important cultural centre, home to institutions such as the Dallas Center for the Performing Arts, the Nasher Sculpture Center, the Dallas Museum of Art, the Tramell & Margaret Crow Collection of Asian Art, and the Morton H. Myerson Symphony Center.

The City as a Conference Destination

Dallas, Texas is an important centre for international conferences, conventions, and summits. Some of the most notable such events include: the Dallas Tech Summit and Future Tech Expo, two major events focused on recent technological developments; the Annual Women’s Business Conference, an important venue for national and international women business leaders and entrepreneurs; Smart Connections: Building Bridges Between Health Care & Education, a large conference aiming to strengthen the links between education and healthcare; Digital Summit Dallas, one of the most important conferences on digital marketing from the Southwest; and the Texas Art Education Association Conference, an event focused on current trends in art education and research.

Dallas Food Options for Conference Delegates

While you are attending a business conference in Dallas, Texas, a few local restaurants to experience include: Fearing’s Restaurant (+1 214-922-4848), an elegant restaurant serving delicious Southwestern dishes; Gemma (+1 214-370-9426), the ideal place to sample New American cuisine; Kenny’s Wood Fired Grill (+1 972-392-9663), a bistro specializing in wood-fired meats and seafood; St Martins (+1 214-826-0940), a luxurious French restaurant; Meso Maya Comida Y Copas (+1 214-484-6555), a Mexican restaurant offering Oaxaca and Puebla-inspired dishes; Ocean Prime (+1 214-965-0440), one of the best seafood places in the city; Kalachandji’s (+1 214-821-1048), an excellent Indian vegetarian restaurant; and Lucia (+1 214-948-4998), a popular rustic Italian restaurant.

Dallas Attractions for Convention Attendees

There are a large number of highly rated tourist attractions you can visit after your business conference in Dallas, Texas. Some of the most important ones include: the Dealey Plaza, the place where John F. Kennedy was assassinated in 1963 and currently a national historic landmark; the Dallas Museum of Art, an excellent art museum featuring collections of artworks spanning over 5,000 years; the White Rock Lake, a 1,015 acres reservoir lake with possibilities for boating, hiking, picnicking and bird-watching; and the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden, a large botanical garden located in the vicinity of the White Rock Lake, famous for frequently hosting concerts and exhibitions.