Nashville Keynote Speaker
James Taylor is a motivational keynote speaker who travels all around the world, from Nashville to Singapore, to offer deeply insightful messages to various business audiences from multiple industries. His lively keynote speeches will help you and your team unlock your creative potential, accelerate the pace of innovation, adapt to constantly changing conditions, and build a creative culture.
An inspirational keynote speaker specializing in creativity, innovation, marketing, leadership and artificial intelligence, James is highly passionate about offering experiences on stage that inspire, educate and entertain his audiences. During his visual and humorous speeches, he takes his audiences on a journey of discovery, unveiling the backstage secrets of how the most creative and innovative people and institutions from the world are adapting to change and technological disruption.
Throughout his long career, he has spoken at international conferences in the USA, Middle East, Europe, Asia, South America and Africa and he also hosted the largest online summit for professional keynote speakers from the world. He worked with prestigious companies such as Yamaha, Apple, Sony, Bertelsmann, and Johnson & Johnson, and provided 1-on-1 coaching to many highly talented individuals from various industries. He has an MBA in international business and is a fellow of the prestigious Royal Society of Arts, an organization boasting with previous fellows like Nelson Mandela and Benjamin Franklin. Recently, BBC produced a documentary about his career as a global keynote speaker.
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CONFERENCE CENTRE VENUES
Nashville, Tennessee has many excellent conference centers and facilities, including:
Scarritt Bennett Center, on 18th Ave S
Envision Conference Center, on Overlook Blvd.
Willis Conference Center, on Century Blvd.
Nashville Expo Center, Smith Ave.
Perimeter Park Executive Center, S Perimeter Park Dr.
Hilton Garden Inn Nashville Downtown/Convention Center, on Korean Veterans Blvd.
General Information about Nashville for Meeting Planners and Event Professionals
Nashville is the capital and most populous city of the state of Tennessee, with a population of over 690,000. It was founded in 1779 and was named after the Continental Army general Francis Nash. Nashville is a major centre for banking and transportation industries, publishing, healthcare, education, tourism and music and hosts the regional headquarters of many multinational corporations such as Bridgestone, Dell, Nissan North America, UBS and Philips. It is world-famous for its music industry, being known as the “home of country music,” and hosting major events such as the CMA Music Festival, one of the largest country music events in the United States, and the Country Music Association Awards, a ceremony held each November and televised on a national level. Nashville’s largest industry though is represented by healthcare, the city boasting with over 300 medical companies, including HCA (the Hospital Corporation of America), the largest private operator of hospitals from the world, and Community Health System, the largest provider of healthcare services in the United States. Nashville is also an important centre for education and research, being home to many prestigious universities and colleges such as Tennessee State University, Vanderbilt University, Belmont University, Lipscomb University and Fisk University.
The City as a Conference Destination
Nashville is a major destination for international conferences, summits and conventions. Some of the most notable ones include: the Nashville Tech Summit, one of the largest technology summits in the United States; the Music City Tech, another major technology conference, focused on recent developments in information technology; the 36/86 Entrepreneurship Festival, an important venue for innovative business leaders; Health:Further, a conference organized by the Hospital Corporation of America and focused on the impact of technology in healthcare practices; the Women Leaders in Healthcare Conference, another healthcare event dedicated to women practitioners; and the iNACOL Symposium, gathering educators, policymakers and researchers to discuss new methods in education.
Nashville Food Options for Conference Delegates
While you are attending a business conference in Nashville, Tennessee, a few local restaurants to experience include: the Catbird Seat (+1 615-810-8200), an upscale restaurant serving a large selection of New American dishes; Union Common (+1 615-329-4565) and Jeff Ruby’s Steakhouse (+1 615-434-4300), two stylish steakhouses famous for their handcrafted steaks and seafood; Monell’s Dining and Catering (+1 615-248-4747), an all-you-can-eat restaurant specializing in Southern American dishes; Le Sel (+1 615-490-8550), an excellent French restaurant offering a large variety of Gallic dishes; Moto (+1 615-736-5305), one of the best Italian restaurants in the city; and Two Ten Jack (+1 615-454-2731), a chic Japanese restaurant famous for its sushi and ramen.
Nashville Attractions for Convention Attendees
There are a large number of highly rated tourist attractions that you can visit after your business conference in Nashville, Tennessee, including: the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, one of the largest US museums focused on the roots and development of country music; the Ryman Auditorium, a 2,362-seat live performance venue, known as the “Mother Church of Country Music;” Broadway, a major entertainment district in Nashville’s centre, famous for its honky tonks, live country music, restaurants, bars and retail shops; and the Tennessee State Capitol, an iconic building constructed between 1845 and 1859 and currently the seat of Tennessee’s government and General Assembly.