Inspirational and Motivational Keynote Speaker in New Delhi, India

New Delhi Keynote Speaker

International keynote speaker, entrepreneur and author James Taylor travels all over the world, from New Delhi to Singapore, to provide educational and entertaining keynotes to numerous audiences coming from different industries. With a Masters in Business Administration and a fellowship at the Royal Society of Arts (an organizations with past fellows like Nelson Mandela and Benjamin Franklin), Taylor is a leading expert in creativity, marketing and innovation, able to deliver lively, insightful, content-rich and highly visual speeches to individuals and companies in order to help them increase their productivity, unleash their creative potential, accelerate innovation, adapt to changes and construct creative cultures.

In the past 20 years, Taylor travelled through Europe, Asia, the Middle East and the United States and assisted world-leading companies such as Apple, Bertelsmann, Sony, Johnson & Johnson or Yamaha. He also provided one-on-one coaching to some of the most innovative international figures including corporate leaders, entrepreneurs, writers, educators and musicians. He was awarded the prestigious Modern ONTRApreneur and S.D. Southern prizes and is a prominent figure in a large variety of media outlets. Additionally, he appeared in a 30 minutes BBC documentary focused on his life and accomplishments as a talented entrepreneur and global keynote speaker.

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New Delhi has many excellent conference centers and facilities, including:

India International Centre, on Max Mueller Marg, Lodhi Gardens
JNU Convention Center, on New Mehrauli Road
NDMC Convention Centre, on Sansad Marg, Connaught Place
India Habitat Centre, on Lodhi Road
NCUI Auditorium & Convention Centre, on August Kranti Marg
Shri All India Swetamber Sthanakwasi Jain Conference, on Shaheed Bhagat Singh Marg


General Information about New Delhi for Meeting Planners and Event Professionals

New Delhi is the capital city of India and the seat of the three branches of India’s Government. Large parts of it were designed by two British architects, Sir Edwin Lutyens and Sir Herbert Baker. The city was inaugurated as a capital by Governor-general and Viceroy of India Lord Irwin on February 13, 1931. Its plan and architecture were chosen as symbols of British supremacy and power. New Delhi has a total area of 42.7 square kilometers and a population of 257,803. It is the largest and most important commercial city from northern India and is currently attracting a great number of multi-national companies. Its major service industries are telecommunications, information technology, banking, hotels, media and tourism. New Delhi is a cosmopolitan, multi-cultural and multi-ethnic city, famous for its annual festivals dedicated to the celebration of Republic Day, Independence Day and Mahatma Gandhi’s birthday. It is also renowned for its Hindi and Muslim religious festivities, including Diwali (the festival of light), Maha Shivaratri,  Durga Puja, Teej, Mahavir Jayanti, Holi, Lohri, Guru Nanak Jayanti, Eid ul-Adha, Eid ul-Fitr, and Raksha Bandhan. The city is home to a large number of museums such as the National Gallery of Modern Art, the Indira Gandhi Memorial Museum, the National Museum of Natural History, the National Handicrafts and Handlooms Museum, the National Rail Museum, the National Philatelic Museum, the Supreme Court of India Museum, the Nehru Planetarium, and Shankar’s International Dolls Museum.

The City as a Conference Destination

New Delhi is an important venue for a large number of international conventions and conferences, including: the MS Talks, a public speaking conference focused on inspirational talks and stories from real people’s experiences; the India Solar Week, India’s largest event dedicated to the solar energy industry, bringing together key decision makers, service providers, project developers and equipment manufacturers; the Desi Mastermind Conference, an event focused on personal development; the Sustainable Development Goals MUN India, a three-day conference dedicated to students and young professionals; the Legal Tech Fair, an expo about technology and innovations in the legal domain; and the Global Triumph Foundation Education Summit, a convention focused on education.

New Delhi Food Options for Conference Delegates

While attending a business conference in New Delhi, India, there are many amazing local restaurants you should experience. Some of the most important ones include: the Indian Accent Restaurant (+91 98711 17968), offering contemporary twists on classic Indian dishes; the ITC Maurya Restaurant (+91 11 2611 2233), a luxurious place famous for its North Indian haute cuisine; the Akira Back Restaurant (+91 11 4521 2125), one of the best Japanese restaurants in the city; the Neung Roi Restaurant (+91 11 2677 9191), renowned for its traditional Thai dishes; and the Orient Express (+91 11 2611 0202), an innovative restaurant serving dishes from the countries the Orient Express train passes through.

New Delhi Attractions for Convention Attendees

There are a number of highly rated tourist attractions to visit after your business conference in New Delhi, India, including: the Red Fort (Lal Qila), a massive sandstone fort proving the glory of the Mughal Empire and currently one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites; the Coronation Dunbar Park, the famous venue of the Delhi Durbar in 1877, after Queen Victoria was declared India’s Empress and later on a place of celebration for King Edward’s assumption of the throne in 1903; and the Swaminarayan Akshardham complex, a famous Hindu temple and cultural-spiritual campus inaugurated in 2005 and foregrounding the essence of India’s traditions, ancient architecture and timeless spirituality.