Hamburg Keynote Speaker
James Taylor is a motivational keynote speaker who travels all over the globe, from Hamburg to Singapore, to provide inspiring and insightful messages to a diversity of audiences from various industries and professional backgrounds. His lively speeches will help you and your team expand your creative potential, accelerate innovation, adapt to changes, and build creative cultures. A famous speaker specializing in creativity, innovation, marketing, leadership and artificial intelligence, James is stronglyy passionate to offer stage experiences which not only educate but also entertain his audiences.
During his highly visual, tailored and often humorous speeches, he takes his audiences on journeys of discovery, unveiling the ways in which the most creative individuals and organizations are dealing with change and technological disruptions. During his career, he has given speeches at major global conferences in the US, Middle East, Africa, Europe, Asia, and South America and also hosted the largest online summit for expert keynote speakers. He worked with large corporations such as Yamaha, Sony, Apple, Bertelsmann, and Johnson & Johnson, and engaged in one-on-one coaching with a diversity of highly talented individuals, such as corporate leaders, entrepreneurs, artists, musicians and teachers. He holds a Masters in Business Administration focused on international business and is a prestigious fellow of the RSA (the Royal Society of Arts), an organization boasting with past members like Nelson Mandela and Benjamin Franklin. Recently, BBC produced a documentary about his accomplishments as an inspirational keynote speaker.
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CONFERENCE CENTRE VENUES
Hamburg, Germany has many excellent conference centers and facilities, including:
Berliner Bogen Conference Centre, on Anckelmannspl.
Congress Centre Hamburg, on Am Dammtor / Marseiller Straße
Hamburg GmbH Rental & Event, on Mexikoring
Hamburg Messe, on Messeplatz
KAI 10 – The floating experience, on Amsinckstraße
Mövenpick Meet & Dine Conference Centre Hamburg, on Flughafenstraße
General Information about Hamburg for Meeting Planners and Event Professionals
Hamburg is a large port city from Northern Germany, connected to the North Sea by the river Elbe, and famous for its intricate network of canals as well as expansive parkland areas. It has a population of more than 1.8 million inhabitants, being the second largest German city, after Berlin. Hamburg is one of Germany’s major commercial, economic and financial centres, home to the country’s oldest stock exchange (the Hamburg Stock Exchange) and the world’s oldest merchant bank (Berenberg Bank). Some of the largest corporations based in the city include Unilever, Airbus, Aurubis, Beiersdorf and Blohm + Vos. Hamburg is also a major hub for media and publishing industry, represented by newspapers such as Die Zeit, Der Spiegel, and Financial Times Deutschland, and publishing houses like Springer, Bauer Media Group or Gruner + Jahr. The city is a major tourist destination, attracting annually millions of visitors. Some of its most famous landmarks include the Alster Lake, a beautiful inner lake surrounded by picturesque cafes, the Jungfernstieg Boulevard, the city’s main boulevard featuring attractions such as the 18th century St. Michael’s Church, as well as a large number of excellent museums like the Hamburger Kunsthalle, a museum specializing in European art, and the Deichtorhallen, a contemporary art museum.
The City as a Conference Destination
Hamburg, Germany is a major centre for international conferences and conventions. Some of the most notable ones include: the MTP Engage, an all-day conference that brings together 300 product-oriented specialists and offers a mix of keynotes, interactive sessions, and workshops; the Private Label Days & AMALYZE, the largest German live event focused on Amazon prospects and hosting more than 500 participants and over 20 speakers; the Corporate Culture Camp, an event dedicated to service providers, consultants and coaches interested in the future of corporate culture; and Mind the Progress, an annual convention dedicated to the multifaceted relationship between creativity and digitalization.
Hamburg Food Options for Conference Delegates
While you are attending a business conference in Hamburg, Germany, a few local restaurants to experience include: the Apples Restaurant (+49 40 33321771), an exclusive place offering a very relaxing atmosphere, great service and a selection of carefully prepared dishes and wines; Restaurante Español Picasso (+49 40 326548), another great locale with a nice ambiance, friendly service and delicious Spanish plates including tapas and several main courses; the Fischereihafen Restaurant (+49 40 381816) offering fresh fish, vegetables and many other tasty choices, including a great variety of excellent wines; and the Fillet of Soul (+49 40 70705800), a nice and cozy restaurant specializing in gourmet dishes served in a contemporary setting.
Hamburg Attractions for Convention Attendees
There are a number of highly rated tourist attractions that you can visit after your business conference in Hamburg, Germany, including: the Miniatur Wunderland, the world’s largest model railway exhibition located in the historic Speicherstadt district of the city and offering personalized guided tours; St. Nicholas’ Church, a fascinating religious site which, after being destroyed by the air raids during World War II, was reconstructed in a Gothic Revival style; and the Hamburger Kunsthalle, one of the largest museums in the Germany, exhibiting a vast collection of artworks of medieval altarpieces, famous 19th century paintings as well as numerous modern and contemporary artworks.