Alberta Canada Motivational Speaker

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Alberta Canada Motivational Speaker

Doug Dvorak is available to present as the motivational keynote speaker for your next Alberta Canada event or conference. Doug had developed and delivered high-impact keynotes and workshops to leading corporations around the world. Doug’s topics include motivation, leadership, management, sales and more. Doug presents over 75 times every year. Doug’s client list includes Fortune 1000 companies, small to medium sized businesses, non-profits, and Universities. See below for client testimonials and reviews.

 

Doug’s deep leadership, management, marketing and team building experience has been molded from serving as a senior sales and marketing executive for firms including IBM, Intel, WorldNet & Eventra. This has allowed him to formulate speeches and workshops that audiences can relate to and apply to their own careers and personal lives.

 

Doug is also a member of the NSA and has been recognized as a CSP (Certified Speaking Professional). Less than 11% of NSA members hold this prestigious designation.

 

By working with Doug as your Alberta, Canada Motivational Speaker you are working with a professional with a proven track record of informing and inspiring his audiences so that they learn the material and use it after the keynote is done. Nearly 2 decades of speaking experience has allowed Doug to become a keynote speaker that provides audiences with what they need and want in order to truly learn Doug’s underlying messages. Book Doug as the keynote speaker for your next Alberta Canada event.

Some of Doug’s Speaking Client’s Include:

Why Alberta?

Alberta enjoys a strong economy based in petroleum, agriculture and technology. The province is the largest producer of crude oil, synthetic crude and natural gas in the country; it is the 2nd largest exporter and the 4th largest producer of natural gas in the world. In addition, Alberta is home to a number of colleges and universities, including the University of Alberta, the University of Calgary, Athabasca University and the University of Lethbridge.

 

Getting to Alberta is quick and easy, with most major cities in the U.S. less than five hours away. In fact, it is less than a four-hour flight from Chicago to Calgary and under 3.5 hours from Los Angeles to Edmonton. The recently renovated Calgary International Airport is Canada’s 3rd busiest airport and Western Canada’s top rated airport for passenger satisfaction, while Edmonton International is Canada’s fastest growing airport conveniently located just 16 miles from the city’s core. Together these airports serve more than 18 million passengers annually.

Venues

Old-world charm and modern convenience converge in Alberta’s capital city of Edmonton. With more than 10,000 hotel rooms and 70 restaurants to choose from, Edmonton makes an attractive option for meeting and convention groups. The centerpiece of meeting venues in Alberta’s capital is the award-winning Shaw Conference Centre. Located in the heart of the city and featuring panoramic views of Edmonton’s river valley parkland, the Shaw Conference Centre features 110,000 square feet of floor space, capable of handling up to 66,00 people. Meanwhile, the meeting level of the Shaw Conference Centre has space to accommodate groups ranging from 20 to 400 people.

 

Among the meeting venues in Calgary – Alberta’s largest city – are those created for the 1988 Winter Olympics. Nestled in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains nearly 200 miles south of Edmonton, this delightful city manages to combine its cowboy roots with a chic and youthful vibe. Some phenomenal Calgary meeting venues include the Calgary TELUS Convention Centre. Featuring 122,000 square feet of function space including a 47,000-square-foot exhibit hall along with three connected 4-star hotels, the Calgary TELUS Convention Centre is one of Calgary’s premier meeting spots.