Inspirational and Motivational Keynote Speaker in Luxembourg City, Luxembourg

Luxembourg City Keynote Speaker

Motivational keynote speaker James Taylor is a world-leading expert in creativity, innovation, artificial intelligence, leadership and marketing, who travels from Luxembourg City to Singapore, in order to help individuals and organizations unlock their creative capacities, increase innovation, and successfully deal with the constant changes characterizing the world we live in. During the past twenty years, James has provided inspiring, content-rich, highly visual and entertaining speeches to many audiences in Europe, Africa, Asia, South America, the US and the Middle East.

With a Masters in Business Administration focused on international business and a current fellowship at the RSA (the Royal Society of Arts, an important organization whose previous fellows include figures such as Nelson Mandela and Benjamin Franklin), James collaborated with major multinational companies including Bertelsmann, Yamaha, Sony, Apple and Johnson & Johnson, and also provided one-on-one coaching to some of the world’s most innovative individuals, including entrepreneurs, corporate leaders, educators, musicians, and writers, helping them maximize, market and monetize their creative ideas. A famous entrepreneur, writer and keynote speaker, and the winner of the prestigious Modern ONTRApreneur Award and S.D. Southern Award, James gained a high level of visibility in various media outlets. Recently, he appeared in a BBC documentary, in which his multiple accomplishments as a creative entrepreneur and international keynote speaker were showcased.

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Luxembourg City, Luxembourg has many excellent conference centers and facilities, including:

Cercle Municipal, on Rue Genistre
European Convention Centre Luxembourg (ECCL), on Place de l’Europe
Hémicycle, on Rue du Fort Thüengen
Luxembourg Congrès, on Rue du Fort Thüengen
Luxembourg Convention Bureau, on Pl. Guillaume
Luxexpo The Box, on Circuit de La Foire Internationale


General Information about Luxembourg City for Meeting Planners and Event Professionals

With a population of over 100,000, Luxembourg City is the capital and largest city of Luxembourg. Its geographical setting, with a network of spectacular plateaus and alleys led it to be called the ‘Gibraltar of the North.’ Although it is quite a small city, Luxembourg is considered as one of European Union’s de facto capitals, since it hosts a large number of important agencies and institutions of the European Union including the European Court of Auditors, the European Court of Justice, the European Investment Bank, the European Stability Mechanism and the Secretariat of the European Parliament. The city is also famous as having the 2nd highest GDP in the world and is a major tourist destination. Some of the city’s most important landmarks include the Casemates Bock, an 18th century network of fortifications designated by UNESCO a World Heritage Site, the Neumünster Abbe, a cultural centre and event space, featuring also a church and the old St. John’s hospital, the Grand Ducal Palace, an imposing building housing the Chamber of Deputies, and the Kirchberg Area, where most of the European institutions as well as a large number of banks are located. Luxembourg was voted twice a European Capital of Culture and is home to excellent museums including the National Museum of History and Art, the Grand Duke Jean Museum of Modern Art and the Luxembourg City History Museum.

The City as a Conference Destination

Luxembourg City is a major centre for international conferences and conventions. Some of the most notable ones include: the International Value Investing Conference, an important venue for global financial experts focused on value investments; the International Conference on Education and Technology, a large conference exploring the impact of technology on education practices; the ICT Spring, an international technology event with more than 5,000 attendees from over 70 countries; the World Conference on Bioethics, Medical Ethics and Health Law, a convention aiming to address the ethical and legislative aspects of medicine; and the International Conference on Economics and Business Management, a meeting point for national and international business leaders and professionals.

Luxembourg City Food Options for Conference Delegates

While you are attending a business conference in Luxembourg City, Luxembourg, a few local restaurants to experience include: Clairefontaine (+352 46 22 11), a famous stylish restaurant serving a great diversity of European dishes; Lao L’Autre Saveur (+352 24 61 88 61), an excellent Asian fusion restaurant; Brasserie La Lorraine (+352 47 14 36) and Au P’tit MAX (+352 22 13 60), two of the best French restaurants in the city; Ambrosia (+352 26 47 80 44), an amazing Greek restaurant; Roma (+352 22 36 92), an upscale restaurant offering an impressive selection of Italian dishes; and Nirvana Café (+352 691 866 745), one of the most renowned vegan restaurants in Luxembourg City.

Luxembourg City Attractions for Convention Attendees

There are a large number of highly rated tourist attractions that you can visit after your business conference in Luxembourg City, Luxembourg, such as: the Grand Ducal Palace, an impressive construction serving as residence to the Grand Duke of Luxembourg and featuring guided tours during the summer; the Bock, a world-famous promontory located in the city’s historical district with amazing natural fortifications towering above the Alzette River; the National Museum of History and Art, Luxembourg’s most famous museum, showcasing an extensive collection of artworks, decorative and archeological artifacts and coins; and Chemin de la Corniche, a renowned pedestrian promenade offering breathtaking views of the city.