Entrepreneurship Keynote Speaker James Taylor has been featured in Forbes, BBC and The Wall Street Journal, and his clients including many of the Fortune 500.
Top Entrepreneurship Keynote Speaker James Taylor is an inspiring motivational speaker, entrepreneur, and author, famous for his expertise in innovation, creativity, entrepreneurship, and leadership. During the past 20 years, James has traveled the world, speaking in 35 countries. He has been delivering highly inspiring and educational keynote speeches to businesses and individuals from industries such as technology, financial services, banking, professional services, healthcare, pharmaceuticals, consumer products, and more.
From the US to the Middle East and Europe to Asia, James has been providing insights to his audiences on the topic of entrepreneurship, as well as on how to increase productivity, accelerate innovation, and adapt to future trends. His clients include many of the Global Fortune 500, such as Apple, Sony, Visa, Dell, Cisco, Accenture, Roche, GSK, EY, Intuit, Bell, UPS, IBM, Tata, McDonald’s, Chubb, Honeywell, as well as different national governments.
“James Taylor was a fantastic keynote speaker. His presentation was an insightful and entertaining closing keynote for the event audience. James also hosted a small group presentation for the G3 Company Sales Meeting earlier in the year that was also great.”
Kristi Kawana, Events & Marketing Director, G3 Communications
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General Information about Entrepreneurship for Meeting Planners and Prospective Clients.
Entrepreneurship is the process of creating a new business. The individual who creates it is called an entrepreneur and is usually bearing the majority of the risks, while also enjoying most of the rewards and profits. Successful entrepreneurship creates and extracts value, and relies upon the ability of changing and creating change in the surrounding environment. Although monetary profit is often the key reason for creating a new business, investing time, knowledge, and energy into something new can have intrinsic rewards.
While entrepreneurship is sometimes used interchangeably with the term “small business,” not all small businesses are entrepreneurial in the strict sense of the term. Entrepreneurship is much more than a simple proprietorship or leadership of an organization with a small number of employees. On the contrary, a good entrepreneur often seeks to create innovative products, processes, or services, and aims to scale up the company by adding employees or looking for national or international collaborations. Entrepreneurs must have strong leadership and decision-making skills in order to be able to transform innovations into economic goods, while facing the financial risks any new business entails. Since an entrepreneur’s decisions can affect an organization as a whole, he or she must have a deep sense of responsibility and accountability.
In addition to booking James Taylor as your entrepreneurship keynote speaker here are some of the most popular books on entrepreneurship:
Measure What Matters
by John Doerr
Traction: Get a Grip on Your Business
by Gino Wickman
Bad Blood: Secrets and Lies in a Silicon Valley Startup
by John Carreyrou
The E-Myth Revisited: Why Most Small Businesses Don’t Work and What to Do About It
by Michael E. Gerber
Zero to One: Notes on Startups, or How to Build the Future
by Peter Thiel
Here is a selection of other entrepreneurship-related conferences and events that book entrepreneurship keynote speakers:
B2B Rocks, Montpellier, France
Business and Entrepreneurship International Conference, Virtual
20th IECER Entrepreneurship Conference, Maastricht, Netherlands
SIG 03: ENTREPRENEURSHIP (ENT), Zurich, Switzerland
Midwest Entrepreneurship Conference (MWEC), Omaha, NE, US
There are a number of highly-rated podcast shows that cover all things entrepreneurship.
How I Build This
Entrepreneurs on Fire
Mind Your Business Podcast
Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders