Inspirational and Motivational Keynote Speaker in Mexico City, Mexico

Mexico City Keynote Speaker

During the past twenty years, James Taylor, a major expert in creativity, innovation, leadership, artificial intelligence and marketing, has travelled the world, from Mexico City to Singapore, to offer keynote presentations to a diversity of audiences from multiple industries. With an important MBA degree in international business and a fellowship at the Royal Society of Arts (an institution with famous past members such as Benjamin Franklin or Nelson Mandela), Taylor provides insightful, visual and content-rich presentations to individuals and companies from all over the globe.

He travelled the world, from the US and South America to Europe, Asia, Africa and the Middle East, to assist his audiences expand their creative potential and learn to deal with a constantly changing world. He provided invaluable advice to both corporations – including large multinationals such as Sony, Bertelsmann, Yamaha, Apple, and Johnson & Johnson – and to highly creative individuals, such as corporate leaders, educators, entrepreneurs, writers and musicians, on how to maximize, market and monetize their creativity. Taylor is the acclaimed recipient of the prestigious ONTRApreneur Award and S.D. Southern Award, and has a high international visibility due to his constant presence in a large number of media outlets. Recently, he featured in a 30 minutes BBC documentary, where his life and career as a successful keynote speaker and entrepreneur are presented.

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

Centro Citibanamex, on Av. del Conscripto
Expo Santa Fe Mexico, on Av. Sta Fe
Hilton Mexico City Reforma, on Av. Juárez
IGA Tlatelolco, on Lerdo 260, Tlatelolco
JW Marriott Hotel Mexico City, on Andrés Bello
Samara Living Center, on Av Sta Fe


General Information about Mexico City for Meeting Planners and Event Professionals

With a population of almost nine million, Mexico City is the capital of Mexico and the largest city in North America. It is also the oldest capital from the Americas and one of the only two cities established by Native Americans (the other one being Quito, Ecuador’s capital). Mexico City is one of the wealthiest cities in Latin America and the world and a major financial, commercial and economic hub. It is also an important tourist destination, famous for landmarks such as Zócalo (also known as Plaza de la Constitución), one of the largest city squares in the world, the Metropolitan Cathedral, the biggest cathedral in the Americas, Basilica de la Guadalupe, a major destination for pilgrims from all over the world, Coyoacán, a historic arts district which was home to personalities such as Frieda Kahlo and Diego Rivera, the floating gardens of Xochimilco, designated by UNESCO a World Heritage Site, and various wonderful parks such as the Chapultepec Zoo and Park, Parque Mexico or Parque España. Mexico City is internationally-renowned for having the largest number of museums in the world (more than 160), including the Museum of Modern Art, the Tamayo Museum, the Soumaya Museum, the Fine Arts Palace Museum or Mexico City’s Museum.

The City as a Conference Destination

Mexico City is a major centre for international conventions and conferences. Some of the most notable ones include: the International Conference on Recent Advances in Engineering, Technology and Science (ICRAETS), a large conference focused on scientific and technological developments and their impact on engineering; the Mexico Summit, one of Mexico’s largest events about the country’s contemporary economy and politics; the Digital Marketing Conference, bringing together experts in marketing and information technologies; the Global GS1 Healthcare Conference, the largest medical conference taking place in Mexico; and the International Conference on Art, Education and Business, an interdisciplinary conference (ICAEB) dedicated to researchers, business leaders and students.

Mexico City Food Options for Conference Delegates

While you are attending a business conference in Mexico City, Mexico, a few local restaurants to experience include: Azul Historico (+52 55 5510 1316) and Zéfiro (+52 55 5709 7983), two of the best places where you can sample traditional local dishes; Eloise Chic Cuisine (+52 55 5550 1692), an upscale French restaurant serving a large variety of gourmet dishes; Sir Winston Churchill’s (+52 55 5280 6070), a famous British restaurant; Belfiore (+52 55 5282 0413), one of the best Italian restaurants in the city; Contramar (+52 55 5514 9217), a well-known restaurant specializing in seafood dishes; and Rulfo Paraje Latino (+52 55 5283 8700), offering a great diversity of Latin American dishes.

Mexico City Attractions for Convention Attendees

There are a number of highly rated tourist attractions that you can visit after your business conference in Mexico City, Mexico, including: Centro Historico (the Historical Centre), home to a large number of historical landmarks dating back to the Aztec era, as well as to stylish restaurants, museums, modern buildings and a vibrant street market; the Zócalo Plaza, Mexico City’s main public square, located in the historical centre, and currently hosting numerous cultural events; the National Museum of Anthropology, a well-known anthropology museum exhibiting artifacts that date back to the Mayan period; and the Chapultepec Park, an enormous, 1,700-acres parks, housing a zoo and several museums.