Melbourne Motivational Speaker
Doug Dvorak develops and presents one size fits one keynote presentations to each of his clients. Motivational speaker Doug Dvorak delivers keynote presentations around the world, speaking nearly 75 times per year. With nearly 20 years of professional speaking experience in corporate and non-corporate settings Doug guarantees to make your event a success. Some of Doug’s speaking topics include leadership, team building, motivation, and sales. His story telling ability engages the audience and creates the perfect learning environment.
Some of Doug’s speaking topics include leadership, team building, motivation, and sales. His story telling ability engages the audience and creates the perfect learning environment to help you deliver your underlying message through Doug. Doug inspire’s and engages his audience, in turn, the audience listens, learns and applies the information in their personal and professional lives long after the speech is delivered.
Doug has authored and co-authored 6 books. Additionally, Doug owns a sales training and consulting firm that is dedicated to improving the communication and customer service skills of his clients. He hold’s several impressive designations including Certified Speaking Professional, Certified Sales Trainer and is a member of the Motivational Speaking Hall of Fame.
Doug’s experience as a speaker and in the corporate world has allowed him to develop incredible stage presence that makes it easy for audience members to relate to his messages and connect with him as a person.
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Melbourne is an important business, finance, and manufacturing center and is also home to Australia’s busiest seaport, which handles more than $75 billion in trade every year. Much of Australia’s automotive industry is located in Melbourne including Ford, Toyota, and Holden, and the headquarters of some of the biggest banks and largest corporations are located in the city including NAB, ANZ, BHP, Rio Tinto and Telstra. Melbourne also has eight universities including the largest in the country, Monash University, which attracts thousands of international students every year.
Alive and buzzing, Melbourne presents visitors with only one problem: an overwhelming reluctance to go back home. Hailed as the World’s Most Livable City by The Economist, Melbourne captivates both visitors who come to work and those who come to play. With 7.5 million domestic visitors and 1.9 million international visitors per year, Melbourne is clearly a popular and gracious host. The city has hosted numerous international events including the 1956 Summer Olympic Games, the 2006 Commonwealth Games and the 2006 G20 Summit.
Melbourne’s main conference facility, the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, is located in the heart the city on the banks of the River Yarra, close to the city’s 26,000 hotel rooms and well connected to public transportation. The new AU$1.4 billion international convention center, the existing facilities, including two state-of-the-art theaters and over 320,000 square feet of floor space, are fully integrated with the new centre to create the best conference facilities in the country. Additionally, the centre will utilize a range of features to achieve a 6 Green Star environmental rating from the Green Building Council of Australia.
The Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre finds its home within walking distance of over 17,000 hotel rooms, though this number is set to grow as more and more hotels develop across the city. Recently opened are the 658-room Citadines Melbourne and the 396-room Hilton Melbourne South Wharf; the InterContinental Melbourne The Rialto, the Grand Hyatt and the Hilton on the Park have recently undergone renovations.