Inspirational and Motivational Keynote Speaker in Wuhan, China

Wuhan Keynote Speaker

James Taylor, an MBA graduate with a degree in international business is a world-leading expert in creativity, innovation, leadership, artificial intelligence and marketing, who travels all over the planet, from Wuhan to Singapore, to deliver lively, content-rich, entertaining and educational keynote presentations to a large diversity of individuals and companies.

A famous entrepreneur and author too, James was the winner of the prestigious Modern ONTRApreneur and S.D. Southern awards and is currently a fellow at the Royal Society of Arts, a society whose past members included major figures like Nelson Mandela and Benjamin Franklin. From US, South America and Europe to Asia, Africa and the Middle East, James struggles to help his audiences increase their innovativeness and learn how to deal with the continuous changes characterizing our contemporary world. In his twenty-year career, he worked with numerous renowned multinational companies (such as Apple, Johnson and Johnson, Bertelsmann, Sony and Yamaha) and he also offered one-on-one coaching to important entrepreneurs, musicians, writers, corporate leaders and educators. He is passionate about helping his clients maximize, market and monetize their creativity. He was the subject of a 30-minutes BBC documentary about his life and global activity as an international keynote speaker, inspiring author and innovative entrepreneur.

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Wuhan, China has many excellent conference centers and facilities, including:

Wuhan Xinzhou New Grand Hotel Convention Centre, on Gucheng Ave.
Wuhan International Conference & Exhibition Centre, on Jiefang Ave.
Wuhan Conference Centre, on Huiji Rd.
Jiangxia Convention Centre, on Shenlonggang S St.
Eurasia Convention International Hotel, on Jinyinhu Rd.
Wuhan Science & Technology Convention and Exhibition Centre, on Hongshan


General Information about Wuhan for Meeting Planners and Event Professionals

With a population of almost eight million inhabitants, Wuhan is one of the largest cities in Central China. It is the capital of the Hubei province and is a major transportation hub, having dozens of highways, roads and railways connecting it to other important cities. Wuhan is the economic, financial, commercial, political, cultural and educational centre of Central China. It also has particular strengths in automobile manufacturing, iron and steel manufacturing, information technology, pharmaceuticals, bio-engineering and electronics. Some major corporations headquartered in Wuhan include Renault, the PSA Group, the Wuhan Iron and Steel Corporation and the Dongfeng-Citroen Automobile Co. Wuhan is also an important tourist destination, famous for attractions such as: the Yellow Crane Tower, a traditional Chinese tower built in the third century; large lakes such as the East Lake, the West Lake, the Tangxun Lake and the South Lake; the Chu River and Han Street, a popular shopping district; and numerous museums including the Hubei Provincial Museum, home to over 200,000 artifacts, the Wuhan Museum, with an amazing collection of paintings, ceramics, calligraphy, and bronze, jade and wood ware, or the Rock and Bonsai Museum, an extraordinary place including an outdoor bonsai garden and many unique rocks.

The City as a Conference Destination

Wuhan is a major centre for numerous international conferences and conventions. Some of the most notable ones include: the International Conference on Sustainable Energy Technologies, one of China’s largest conferences focused on the role of technology in the development of alternative forms of sustainable energy; the International Conference on Advanced Remote Sensing, an academic conference in the fields of computer science and robotics; the Wuhan International Conference on E-Business, a meeting point for a large number of experts in the relationship between business and digital technologies; and the International Conference for Smart Health, exploring how information systems and data analytics can transform healthcare.

Wuhan Food Options for Conference Delegates

While you are attending a business conference in Wuhan, China, a few local restaurants to experience include: the Hujin Restaurant (+86 27 8727 8811) and the Kanglong Taizi Restaurant (+86 27 8271 2228), two of the best restaurants in Wuhan where you can try traditional local cuisine; Huayifan (+86 27 6887 1588), an excellent Japanese restaurant; the Jade Xiangshefa Restaurant (+86 27 8768 0309), a restaurant specializing in classic and modern French dishes; Damiano (86 27 8728 8888), the best Italian restaurant in the city; and the Thailand Golden Orchid Revolving Restaurant (+86 27 8277 6666), a locale offering a large variety of delicious Thai dishes.

Wuhan Attractions for Convention Attendees

There are a large number of tourist attractions that you can visit after your business conference in Wuhan, China, such as: the Yellow Crane Tower, a reconstructed 168 metres high tower based on an original tower constructed during the Qing dynasty; the East Lake, a vast urban lake featuring a Daoist temple, a botanical garden, an aquarium and several museums; the Hubei Provincial Museum, one of China’s most well-known museums, open in 1953 and exhibiting a large number of cultural and historic relics; and the Wuhan Botanical Garden, an enormous botanical garden established in 1956 and housing over 10,000 species of plants.