Tirana Keynote Speaker
James Taylor is an inspirational keynote speaker who travels the world, from Tirana to Singapore, to provide deeply insightful messages to a large variety of audiences from a diversity of industries. His lively and insightful keynote speeches will help you unleash your creativity, increase the speed of innovation, adapt to an ever-changing society and build creative cultures. A global keynote speaker specializing in creativity, innovation, leadership, marketing and artificial intelligence, James is strongly passionate about offering stage experiences that educate, inspire and entertain his audiences. During his tailored, highly visual and humorous speeches, he takes his audiences on journeys of discovery, showing them the backstage secrets of how the most innovative individuals and institutions from the world are learning to adapt to changes and technological disruptions.
Throughout his career, James has given presentations at international conferences in the USA, South America, Europe, Middle East, Asia, and Africa and hosted the largest online summit for keynote speakers from the globe. He collaborated with multinational corporations such as Sony, Apple, Yamaha, Bertelsmann, and Johnson & Johnson, and provided 1-on-1 coaching to talented individuals from a multitude of professional backgrounds. He holds an MBA in international business and is currently a fellow of the prestigious Royal Society of Arts, an organization with past members such as Nelson Mandela and Benjamin Franklin. Additionally, BBC produced a half an hour documentary about his inspiring career as a writer, entrepreneur and motivational keynote speaker.
Related Topics: Sustainability, Future Trends, Diversity And Inclusion
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CONFERENCE CENTRE VENUES
Tirana, Albania has many excellent conference centers and facilities, including:
Tirana EXPO Centre, on Rr. Gjergj Balshaj
Rematra Centre, on Rr. Gjergj Balshaj
Tirana International Hotel, on Rr. Devijimi
The Plaza, on Rr. 28 Nëntori
Sky Hotel Tirana, on Rr. Dëshmorët
Hotel Mondial, on Rr. Muhamet Gjollesha
General Information about Tirana for Meeting Planners and Event Professionals
With a population of over 550,000, Tirana is the capital and largest city of Albania. Founded as a city in 1614, Tirana is currently the country’s main commercial, financial, economic, administrative, political and cultural centre, and the seat of the Government, President and Prime Minister of Albania. It also has significant strengths in international trade, media, education, service, healthcare, entertainment and the arts, and hosts the regional headquarters of major corporations such as ABC News, Albanian Airlines, Albanian Mobile Communications, Albtelecom, Bank of Albania, Neptun Electronics, Telekom Albania and Vodafone Albania. Since the fall of the Communist regime, Tirana became a major tourist destination, famous for landmarks such as the Scanderbeg Square, a large central urban square, several monuments dating back to the Illyrian, Greek, Roman and Ottoman periods, including the Clock Tower of Tirana, the Sacred Heart Church, the Tomb of Kapllan Pasha, the Mosaic of Tirana, the Et’hem Bey Mosque, and Dajti, a 1,600 metres tall mountain and national park located on the edge of the city. Tirana is an important cultural centre too, well-known for museums such as the National Historical Museum, the National Art Gallery, the Bunk’art Museum, the National Archaeological Museum, and the Enver Hoxha Museum.
The City as a Conference Destination
Tirana, Albania is a rising destination for conferences and conventions. Some of the most important events taking place here include: The Klik Expo Group Tirana Fair, also known as the Tirana International Fair, a great opportunity for both local entrepreneurs and international entrepreneurs working in the Albanian or Balkan markets; the ASHESS International Conference, a forum for the presentation of new trends, advances and research results in the fields of Social Sciences which brings together leading academics, scientists and researchers from all around the world; The EFRJ, a biennial international conference focused on the promotion, development and implementation of the ADR/Mediation in Albania.
Tirana Food Options for Conference Delegates
Tirana has a great deal of restaurants to choose from while visiting the city for a business conference or convention. Some of the best options include: Sofra e Ariut (+355 4 230 3030), a traditional restaurant with a large garden offering typical Albanian cuisine such as grilled meats, stews, as well as a large selection of local wines; E Jona (+355 69 251 5333), a cozy Mediterranean restaurant offering a diversity of amazing dishes; Artigiano (+355 69 209 2358), an Italian restaurant with artisan handmade dishes which serves a great selection of pastas and pizzas, and is renowned for its great service; and Delano Lounge Restaurant (+355 4 227 8000), an outstanding restaurant located in the city centre where you can enjoy fantastic meals and live music.
Tirana Attractions for Convention Attendees
There are a number of highly rated tourist attractions that you can visit after your business conference in Tirana, Albania, including: the Artificial Lake National Park, a great city retreat point for a nice walk among trees with beautiful lake views; the Pyramid, a monument in the city centre initially built as a mausoleum for the communist leader Enver Hoxha, and nowadays occasionally used for fairs; the History National Museum, Tirana’s biggest museum, where artworks from ancient times to medieval and modern eras are exhibited; and the Dajti Mountain, reachable within 15 minutes with the Dajti Express cable car (the longest cableway in the Balkans).