Monaco Keynote Speaker
James Taylor is an expert in creativity, innovation, marketing, artificial intelligence and leadership, who provides tailored, content-rich and keynote speeches to a multitude of audiences from the United States, South America, Europe, Asia, Asia and the Middle East. Travelling the world from Monaco to Singapore, James offers indispensable advice to individuals and companies on how to unleash their creativity in order to successfully cope with the changes they must face in our contemporary societies.
Holding an MBA focused on international business and a fellowship at the Royal Society of Arts (RSA), an organization with Nelson Mandela and Benjamin Franklin as previous members, James is a world-leading entrepreneur, author and keynote speaker. During his career, he worked with a diversity of multinational corporations, including Apple, Yamaha, Bertelsmann, Sony and Johnson & Johnson, in order to assist them market, maximize, and monetize their creativity. He also engaged in one-on-one coaching with a variety of corporate leaders, writers, musicians, educators and entrepreneurs. Internationally renowned for his insightful, educational and entertaining lectures, James is an important figure in several media outlets. He is the winner of the Modern ONTRApreneur and the S.D. Southern awards and featured in an excellent BBC documentary showcasing his multiple talents.
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CONFERENCE CENTRE VENUES
Monaco, Monaco has many excellent conference centers and facilities, including:
Auditorium Reinier III, on Boulevard Louis II
Centre de Rencontres Internationales, on Avenue D’Ostende
Espace Leo Ferre, on Terrasses de Fontvieilles
Grimaldi Forum Monaco, on Avenue Princesse Grace
Le Sea Club Centre de Congres, on Avenue Princesse Grace
Monte Carlo Festivals, on Avenue des Ligures
General Information about Monaco for Meeting Planners and Event Professionals
The principality of Monaco is a sovereign city state located on the French Riviera, close to the Mediterranean Sea. After the Vatican, it is the smallest independent city state in the world, with a population of 38,400 inhabitants. However, it is also the most densely populated city state, with more than 19,000 inhabitants per square kilometer. Monaco is an extremely wealthy state, over 30% of its inhabitants being millionaires, and it is an increasingly important banking hub, specializing in private banking and wealth management services. It is also a major tourist destination (especially among the rich), due to its gambling opportunities, excellent climate and breathtaking scenery. Some of its most important landmarks include Monaco-Ville, which used to be a picturesque medieval village, the Prince’s Palace, offering breathtaking views of the Port and Monte Carlo, the Monaco Cathedral, a mock Romanesque/Byzantine church built in 1875, the Exotic Gardens, housing several thousand rare plants, La Condomine, a thriving business district located in the heart of the city, ad well as several fantastic casinos, such as Le Casino Café de Paris, the Sun Casino, the Monte Carlo Sporting Club & Casino, and the Monte Carlo Bay Casino. Monaco is also an important cultural centre, home to excellent museums such as the New National Museum of Monaco, the Napoleon Museum, and the Marlborough Fine Arts Gallery.
The City as a Conference Destination
Monaco is a major hub for international conferences and conventions. Some of the most important ones include: the VROOM Summit, a leading startup and technology event; the Datacloud Global Congress, a convention focused on data science and data management; the International Conference on Health Informatics, a meeting point for healthcare and IT specialists aiming to explore how digitalization impacts the medical world; the International Macro Thematic Conference, one of Monaco’s most important business conferences; and the Monaco Symposium on Luxury, a conference organized by and taking place at the International University of Monaco and exploring the relationship between emotions and customer experience is explored by scholars and business leaders.
Monaco Food Options for Conference Delegates
While you are attending a business conference in Monaco, a few local restaurants to experience include: Le Louis XV – Alain Ducasse à l’Hôtel de Paris (+377 98 06 88 64), a world-famous high-end restaurant offering a large selection of gourmet dishes; Quai des Artistes (+377 97 97 97 77), an extraordinary French restaurant; Les Perles de Monte-Carlo (+377 97 77 84 31), one of the best seafood restaurants in the city; Nobu Monte Carlo (+377 97 70 70 97), a restaurant specializing in traditional and contemporary Japanese dishes; and Il Terrazzino (+377 93 50 24 27), offering exquisite sample of Italian cuisine.
Monaco Attractions for Convention Attendees
There are a number of highly rated tourist attractions that you can visit after your business conference in Monaco, such as: the Monte Carlo Casino, the first and most famous casino in Monaco, featuring live theatre and ballet performances; the Prince’s Palace of Monaco, constructed in 1191 as a Geneose fortress and currently serving as the official residence of the Sovereign Prince of Monaco; the Jardin Exotique du Monaco, a botanical garden exhibiting a large number of cactus and other exotic plants species; and the Monaco Top Cars Collection, an enormous, five-story museum showcasing a large number of vintage cars collected by Prince Rainier III of Monaco.