Inspirational and Motivational Keynote Speaker in Rome, Italy

Rome Keynote Speaker

Motivational Keynote Speaker in RomeMotivational keynote speaker in Rome James Taylor is a famous international keynote speaker, entrepreneur and author who travels the globe, from Rome to Singapore, to provide insightful, content-rich, highly visual and entertaining speeches to a diversity of audiences coming from various industries. Taylor holds an MBA in international business and is a fellow of the RSA (Royal Society of Arts), an institution famous for past fellows such as Benjamin Franklin and Nelson Mandela. A recognized expert in creativity, marketing, innovation and leadership, Taylor aims to help individuals and companies maximize, market and monetize their creativity, and to cope with the incessant changes characterizing contemporary society.

In the past 20 years he travelled the world, from Europe to the US, Asia and Middle East, to provide assistance to various companies and talented individuals. His most notable clients include Johnson & Johnson, Apple, Sony, Bertelsmann and Yamaha, as well as an array of leading international figures such as corporate leaders, musicians, writers, educators and entrepreneurs. Taylor was awarded the prestigious Modern ONTRApreneur award and S.D. Southern award and gained a high visibility on various media outlets. He is also the subject of a 30 minutes BBC documentary where his life and highly successful career as an entrepreneur and international keynote speaker are presented.

Global companies choose top motivational keynote speaker in Rome James Taylor to help their people unlock their creativity, accelerate innovation and adapt to change.


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Rome has many excellent conference centers and facilities, including:

Events Rome Trevi Fountain, in Piazza della Pilotta
New Congress Centre, on Viale Asia
Sheraton Roma Hotel & Conference Centre, on Viale del Pattinaggio
Rome Convention Group, on Viale della Pittura
SGM Conference Centre, on Via Portuense
Roma Eventi – Piazza di Spagna, on Via Alibert


General Information about Rome for Meeting Planners and Event Professionals

Rome is the capital city of Italy and was ranked the 3rd most visited city in the European Union and the 14th most visited one in the world (7-10 million tourists per year). It hosts the most important institutions of Italy, such as the Presidency of the Republic, the Government, the Parliament, the Judicial Courts, as well as the diplomatic representatives of various countries. Notable cultural and scientific international institutions, such as the American Institute, the British School, the German Archaeological Institute, the French Academy and the Scandinavian Institutes, are also located here. Rome’s economy is dominated by services, technology companies (telecommunications, IT, defense, aerospace), commerce, banking, constructions, and tourism. Rome is also a major international centre of higher education, containing a large variety of prestigious universities, colleges and academies. Architectonically, Rome is an eclectic mixture of styles, including Classical and Imperial Roman, Romanesque, Renaissance, Baroque, Neoclassical and Fascist. The city’s most important landmarks include: the Colosseum, the Vatican Museums, the Capitolini Museums, the Borghese Gallery, the monuments and ruins of the Roman Forum and the Catacombs. Rome is also renowned for its numerous fountains, all built in very different styles, ranging from Classical and Medieval to Baroque and Neoclassical.

The City as a Conference Destination

Rome is a major centre for conferences and conventions, hosting each year a large number of such events, including: the OpenStack Day Italy, bringing together hundreds of technology providers, IT executives and cloud operators to discuss cloud computing; the GDPR Annual Privacy Forum, an event where the processing of personal data is discussed; the Rome Young Professionals Forum, a venue for young professionals and students interested in politics, law and management; the Green Urbanism conference, an event dedicated to sustainable communities; the Urban Transit and Sustainable Networks Convention, focused on methods of developing eco-friendly cities; and the Euro-Global Conference on Food Science, Agronomy and Technology.

Rome Food Options for Conference Delegates

While attending a business conference in Rome, Italy, a few local restaurants to experience include: Pierluigi (+39 06 686 1302), a posh Roman ‘trattoria’ chosen by Mark Zuckerberg for a honeymoon dinner; La Pergola (+39 06 3509 2152), a luxurious hotel restaurant with city panoramas serving gourmet Italian food; Ristorante Ad Hoc (+39 06 323 3040), famous both for its food and great selection of wines;

Metamorfosi (+39 06 807 6839), offering an amazing six-course tasting menu paired with fantastic wines;

Waraku (+39 06 2170 2358) and Junsei Sushi (+39 06 575 4012), two of the best Japanese restaurants in town; and Sukhothai (+39 06 5526 3993), serving lovely authentic Thai food.

Rome Attractions for Convention Attendees

There are a number of highly rated tourist attractions to visit after your business conference in Rome, Italy. The most famous one is the Vatican City, home to some of the best artworks in the world, including frescoes by Michelangelo, Boticelli, Perugino and Domenico Ghirlandaio in the Sistine Chapel. The Vatican Apostolic Library contains rare historical, scientific and cultural works. Another important landmark is the Trevi Fountain, the largest Baroque fountains in the city and of the most renowned in the world. This fountain appeared in famous films such as Fellini’s La Dolce Vita. The Colosseum, a massive stone amphitheater built 2,000 years ago, remains one of the most iconic symbols of Rome.