Munich, Germany Keynote Motivational Speaker


Munich, Germany Motivational Speaker

Doug Dvorak is available to speak at your next Munich, Germany event. Mr. Dvorak has been speaking professionally for over 20 years on topics including motivation, leadership, marketing, and sales. By working with Doug, you are guaranteed a seasoned speaking professional that will make your event a success. Doug brings experience, positive energy and a wealth of information to each of his presentations.


Doug is an active member of the NSA and holds the CSP (Certified Speaking Professional) designation. He has presented keynote presentations around the globe to some of the largest organizations in the world including IBM, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cisco, Unilever & More. Learn more about why Doug Dvorak is the right motivational keynote speaker for your next Munich event.


Doug is a member of the NSA and holds the CSP (Certified Speaking Professional) designation, this designation is held by less than 11% of NSA members.


Two decades of international speaking experience, professionalism, and unmatched stage presence has allowed Doug to be repeatedly invited back to speak at organizations that he has previously presented to. Doug welcomes the opportunity to present as the motivational keynote speaker to your organization at your next Munich, Germany event.


Doug has presented several keynotes in Germany. In 2013 he presented a motivational keynote in Desseldorf Germany to the International Federation for Professional Speakers. More recently, in 2014, Doug presented a customer service based motivational keynote speaker program in Munich Germany to the International Customer Service Association.

Some of Doug’s Speaking Client’s Include:

Why Munich?

Munich (Munchen in German), the capital and largest city of the German region of Bavaria, receives its name from the same root word as the English “monk.” Today, it is not religious ideology that makes the city turn, but finance and publishing; still, it retains a medieval core, centered around the Marienplatz with its famed Old Town and New Town halls and the Rathaus-Glockenspiel clock that chimes every day (and also whirls into action its 43 bells and 34 figurines) at 11 AM (also, 12 noon and 5 PM in summer). During the annual Oktoberfest, by far the most popular place of all Munich event venues is the world-renowned Hofbrauhaus am Platzl drinking hall. A much more modern building still deemed a tourist attraction is the headquarters of BMW, which is next door to Olympic Park. The city’s main soccer team, Bayern Munich is among Europe’s most successful, and it plays in the ultra-cool Allianz Arena.


Bavarian cuisine is widely known and perhaps is best celebrated for its beer and weisswurst, or white sausage. Restaurants serving local fare and able to look after groups include Augustiner Keller, which has a 300-seat, atmospheric cellar dating to 1807, a beer garden and a grand hall for 600, among other spaces; Tantris, which has two Michelin stars and is considered one of the best 100 restaurants in the world; Andechser am Dom, which has a large main hall with ornate wooden paneling, a terrace and some of the best schnitzel in the city; Der Pschorr, which has lots of beer and features the formal Theresian Hall for dinners of up to 220 persons and the informal beer cellar for 70, among other spaces, and Marktwirt, which also has a brewery, as well as six spaces for groups, including the Wirtsgarten heated courtyard for 80 persons and the Gewoelbestube room for 55.


The city’s main meeting site is the Munich International Congress Center, known in German as the Neue Messe Munchen, which has 180,000 square meter of meeting space able to host 7,000 people for exhibitions and 3,500 for banquets. It is also directly linked to the New Munich Trade Fair Center and a spacious park with two lakes.


Hotel venues in Munich include the 627-room Westin Grand Munich which has 21 meeting rooms and space for events of up to 1,250 persons; the 481-room Hilton Munich City, which has space for up to 550 persons; the 348-room Munich Marriott, which has 13 meeting rooms and a ballroom for 520 persons; the 347-room Maritim Hotel Munich, which also has room for events of up to 550 persons; and the 303-room Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski Munich, which has space for up to 500 persons.


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