Munich Keynote Speaker
James Taylor is an inspirational keynote speaker who travels the world, from Munich to Singapore, to deliver insightful messages to business audiences from various industrial backgrounds. He holds an MBA in international business and is a member of the RSA, a prestigious institution whose previous fellows include Benjamin Franklin and Nelson Mandela. During his career, James has offered presentations at many international conferences in Europe, the US, Africa, South America, the Middle East and Asia and hosted the world’s largest online summit for professional keynote speakers.
He closely collaborated with multinational companies such as Bertelsmann, Apple, Sony, Yamaha, and Johnson & Johnson and offered coaching to some of the planet’s most talented individuals. His inspirational keynote speeches help his audiences increase their creative potential, accelerate the pace of innovation, adapt to an ever-changing world and construct creative cultures. A specialist in innovation, creativity, leadership, marketing, and artificial intelligence, James is strongly passionate about giving presentations which not only inspire and educate but also entertain his public. During his tailored, inspiring and humorous speeches, he teaches his audiences the ways in which the most creative and innovative companies and individuals on the globe are adapting to change and technological disruptions. His amazing talent as a keynote speaker and entrepreneur made him a leading figure in a large variety of online and offline media outlets. Recently, BBC produced a documentary about his multiple accomplishments.
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CONFERENCE CENTRE VENUES
Munich, Germany has many excellent conference centers and facilities, including:
Bindungskonferenz München, on Landsberger Straße
Conference Center Haus der Bayerischen Wirtschaft, on Max-Joseph-Straße
Conference Center Kolpinghaus Munich Central GmbH, on Adolf-Kolping-Straße
Data Center Convention-Kongress, on Maximilianstraße
Internationales Congress Center München, on Messe München GmbH, Messegelände
TEG, on Kaulbachstraße
General Information about Munich for Meeting Planners and Event Professionals
With over 1.5 million inhabitants, Munich is the capital and largest city of Bavaria and the third largest one in Germany, after Berlin and Hamburg. Located on the river Iser, Munich is world-famous for its wonderful architecture, extraordinary cultural scene, as well as for the annual Oktoberfest folk festival, a two weeks long celebration which attracts millions of tourists from all over the world. The city is a major center for business, finances, technology, engineering, medicine, education and research. A large number of international corporations have their headquarters here, including Microsoft, Siemens, Allianz, McDonalds, Linde, MAN AG and MTU Aero Engines. Munich is also an important tourist hub, attracting a large number of visitors. Some of its most famous landmarks include: massive historical palaces such as sthe Residenz Palace, the Nymphenburg Palace and the Dachau Palace; beautiful churches like Frauenkirche, Peterskirche, and Theatinerkirche; and world-renowned museums such as the Deutsches Museum, one of the best science and technology museums on the globe, the Alte Pinakothek (the Old Museum), exhibiting a large number of European paintings from the 13th to the 18th century, and the BMW Museum, celebrating one of Germany’s famous automobiles. Munich is also a highly important center for education and research, hosting internationally-acclaimed universities such as the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich and the Technical University of Munich.
The City as a Conference Destination
Munich, Germany, is a major center for international conferences and conventions, including: MUST – the Munich Summit, an important venue for science, startups and industry leaders from all over the world; the Digital Business Forum, a convention focused on the relationship between business and developments in artificial intelligence; the European Identity and Cloud Conference and the Munich Digital Marketing Conference, two major events showcasing the latest trends in information technology; the International Conference on Medical Informatics and Telemedicine, a conference exploring the impact of information technology and engineering on healthcare practices; and Educating the Global Citizen: International Perspectives on Foreign Language Teaching in the Digital Age, a major conference on education and global citizenship.
Munich Food Options for Conference Delegates
While you are attending a business conference in Munich, Germany, a few local restaurants to experience include: Spatenhaus at the Opera (+49 89 2907060), an excellent restaurant where you can sample traditional Bavarian cuisine; Restaurant & Weinhandel Broeding (+49 89 164238), an upscale restaurant serving a large variety of European dishes; Chopan Schwabing (Phone: +49 89 38888652), an exotic Afghani restaurant; Limoni Ristorante (+49 89 28806029), one of the best Italian restaurants in the city; Vinothek by Geisel (+49 89 551370), an amazing restaurant and wine cellar specializing in Mediterranean cuisine; and Savanna Munich (+49 89 53906363), a restaurant offering a diversity of South African dishes.
Munich Attractions for Convention Attendees
There are many highly rated tourist attractions that you can visit after your business conference in Munich, Germany, such as: Marienplatz, Munich’s central square and main transportation hub where you can admire two imposing town halls, the breathtaking St. Peter Church and a toy museum; the Englisher Garten, an expansive urban park with a lakeside beer garden and 78 km of cycling/jogging trails; the New Town Hall, a neo-Gothic town hall with an 85 meters tall soaring tower offering breathtaking views of the entire city; and the Deutsches Museum, one of the world’s largest science and technology museum, featuring over 28,000 exhibits from 50 different scientific fields.