Inspirational and Motivational Keynote Speaker in Perth, Scotland

Perth Keynote Speaker

James Taylor is a global keynote speaker who travels the world, from Perth to Singapore, to provide deeply inspiring messages to a diversity of business audiences from various industries. His lively keynote presentations will help you and your teams unleash your creative potential, speed up the pace of innovation, adapt to changing conditions, and construct creative cultures.

A motivational speaker specializing in creativity, innovation, marketing, leadership and artificial intelligence, James is highly passionate to offer experiences on stage that not only inspire and educate but also entertain his audience. During his highly visual and humorous speeches, he takes his audience on journeys of discovery, unveiling the backstage secrets of how the most innovative individuals and organizations from the world are coping with change and technological disruptions. During his long career, he has given speeches at major conferences in the US, Middle East, Africa, Europe, Asia, and South America and he hosted the largest online summit for professional keynote speakers.

He worked with corporations such as Yamaha, Sony, Apple, Bertelsmann, and Johnson & Johnson, and also provided one-on-one coaching to many highly talented individuals, including corporate leaders, entrepreneurs, artists and teachers. He holds a Masters in Business Administration and is a fellow of the prestigious RSA (the Royal Society of Arts), an institution boasting with previous fellows like Nelson Mandela and Benjamin Franklin. Recently, BBC produced a documentary about his accomplishments as a motivational keynote speaker.

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Perth, Scotland has many excellent conference centers and facilities, including:

Dewars Centre, on Glover St.
King James VI Business Centre, on Friarton Rd.
The Grampian Hotel Perth, on York Pl.
Algo Business Centre, on Glenearn Rd.
Royal George Hotel, on Tay St.
Battleby Conference Centre, on Battleby House, Redgorton


General Information about Perth for Meeting Planners and Event Professionals

Perth is located on the banks of the River Tay in central Scotland and has a population of almost 50,000. Historically, the city was an important centre for the linen, bleach, leather and whiskey industries, as well as a major transportation hub after the construction of railways in the 19th century. Nowadays, Perth is a retail centre for central Scotland and has particular strengths in other areas too, such as insurance, banking, renewable energy, manufacturing, healthcare and transportation. Major corporations with their regional or global headquarters located in the city include the NHS Tayside, the Scottish and Southern Energy, and the Stagecoach Group. Perth is an important tourist destination too, with notable landmarks such as the St. John’s Kirk, a church dating back to the 12th century, the Fair Maid’s House on North Port, the oldest surviving secular building from Perth, popularized in Walter Scott’s 1828 novel The Fair Maid of Perth, and various castles like the Huntingtower Castle, the Black Watch Castle and the Balhousie Castle. Other important tourist attractions include museums such as the Perth Museum and Art Gallery and the Fergusson Gallery, as well as other cultural institutions like the Perth Theatre and the Perth Concert Hall.

The City as a Conference Destination

Perth, Scotland is a major centre for international conferences and conventions. Some of the most notable ones include: the Perth and Kinross Technology Enabled Care Conference, a conference and exhibition exploring the impact of technological developments on healthcare; the Data Driven Tourism Business for the Future, a workshop about the relationship between the tourism industry and technology; the NHS Research Scotland Annual Conference, an event focused on the impact of research on healthcare practices; and Invest in Perth: Investing in Quality to Improve Visitor Experience, a conference aiming to find innovative solutions for the development of leisure and business tourism in the city of Perth.

Perth Food Options for Conference Delegates

While you are attending a business conference in Perth, Scotland, a few local restaurants to experience include: the North Port Scottish Restaurant (+44 1738 580867) and the 63 Tay Street Restaurant (+44 1738 441451), two perfect places to sample traditional and modern Scottish cuisine; Grand Italia (+44 1738 626016), one of the best Italian restaurants in Perth; Café Tabou (+44 1738 446698), a modern brasserie serving a large variety of French dishes; Tabla (+44 1738 444630), an amazing Indian restaurant; Paco`s Restaurant (+44 1738 622290), a Mexican locale offering excellent Mexican dishes as well as burgers and pizza; and Mae Ping Thai Dining (+44 1738 633090), a fantastic Thai restaurant.

Perth Attractions for Convention Attendees

There are many highly rated tourist attractions that you can visit after your business conference in Perth, Scotland, including: the Scone Palace, an imposing Gothic construction where the kings of Scotland used to be crowned, featuring also lush gardens and a maze; the Perth Museum and Art Gallery, the city’s largest museum and exhibition space, with collections related to arts, photography and natural history; the Kinnoull Hill, a 222 metres hill and hiking spot featuring an imposing 19th century tower; and the Black Watch Castle and Museum, a 16th century castle currently home to a museum exhibiting various uniforms, weaponry and medals related to the history of the Black Watch.