Inspirational and Motivational Keynote Speaker in Shanghai, China

Shanghai Keynote Speaker

Motivational Keynote Speaker in Shanghai Top Motivational Keynote Speaker in Shanghai James Taylor is an international keynote speaker, entrepreneur and writer who provides assistance to a great diversity of individuals and organizations in order to help them increase their potential for creativity and learn innovative ways of coping with the changes characterizing our contemporary world. He is a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (RSA), a prestigious organization with previous fellows such as Nelson Mandela and Benjamin Franklin, and has an MBA in international business. For more than 20 years, Taylor travelled all around the world, from Shanghai to Singapore, to stage tailored, highly visual and content rich keynote presentations to a large variety of audiences coming from a great diversity of professional backgrounds and industries.

From Europe and US to Asia and Middle East, Taylor taught companies and various entrepreneurs, rockstars, corporate leaders, writers or educators how to maximize and monetize their innovativeness. He also assisted internationally renowned companies including Sony, Apple, Yamaha, Johnson and Johnson and Bertelsmann. An expert in creativity, innovation, marketing and leadership, Taylor appeared in a great number of media outlets, and his life and career were documented by the BBC in a 30 minutes documentary focusing on his achievements as a global keynote speaker.


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Shanghai has many excellent conference centers and facilities, including:

Shanghai World Expo Exhibition and Convention Center, on Guozhan Rd.
Shanghai New International Expo Centre, in Century Park, Pudong
Expo Centre, on Shibo Ave.
China Pavilion of Expo 2010, on Shangnan Rd.
Shanghai Exhibition Centre, on Nanjing W Rd.
Shanghai Everbright Convention & Exhibition Center, on Caobao Rd.


General Information about Shanghai for Meeting Planners and Event Professionals

With its more than 24 million inhabitants, Shanghai, China is the most populated city in the world. It is located on China’s east coast and is famous for its architectural variety including the world’s largest number of Art Deco buildings (e.g. the Park Hotel, the Grand Theater, the Peace Hotel, the Broadway Mansions, the Metropole Hotel, the Capital Theatre), which were constructed in the 1920s and 1930s by renowned architects such as László Hudec, GH Gonda and Parker & Palmer. Shanghai is considered one of the most important centers of progress and innovation in China and was the place where the first modern sewers and railways were constructed. With its famous, busy port located in the Yangtze River Delta, Shanghai is an international financial center and transportation hub and ranks among the most expensive cities to live in China. This city is also an important cultural center, being home to a large number of museums, including the Shanghai museum, with one of the largest collections of Chinese historical artifacts from the world, and the China Art Museum, the largest art museum from Asia. Other famous landmarks include the historical buildings along the Bund, the City God Temple and the Yu Garden.

The City as a Conference Destination

Shanghai is an important venue for international conferences and conventions, hosting annually almost 1,000 events, focused on themes as diverse as technology, engineering, science, information technology, hardware and software innovations, furniture and medicine. In 2018 important conferences will include the 3rd China Digital Supply Chain Summit, the China Autonomous Driving Testing Technology Innovation Conference, the China International Furniture Fair, the 41st International Conference on Engineering & Technology, Computers, Basic & Applied Sciences (ECBA), the ACS Shanghai Medicinal Chemistry Conference, as well as the famous CloudFest China.

Shanghai Food Options for Conference Delegates

While you are attending a business conference in Shanghai, China, there are various local restaurants you should experience. A large variety of delicious Chinese dishes can be tasted at the Jin Xuan Chinese Restaurant (+86 21 2020 1717) and the Hakkasan Restaurant (+86 21 6321 5888). A famous Japanese restaurant is the Flair Rooftop (+86 21 2020 1717). European cuisine can also be sampled in Shanghai in restaurants such as Scena (+86 21 2020 1717) and The Fellas (+86 21 6316 9119), with their selection of Italian and Mediterranean food, as well as the Salon de Ville at Waldorf Astoria Shanghai on the Bund (+86 21 6322 9988), famous for its British dishes.

Shanghai Attractions for Convention Attendees

There are a large number of highly rated tourist attractions you can visit after your business conference in Shanghai, China. The ancient Temple of Peace and Tranquility, also known as the Jing’an Temple and built in 247 C.E. is one of the most impressive historical monuments from Shanghai. One of the must-see museums in Shanghai is the China Art Museum, where the origins and development of Chinese modern art are documented. And with its 492 meters height and over 101 floors, the Shanghai World Financial Center is the 10th tallest building in the world and one of the most important landmarks in China.