Rome, Italy Motivational Speaker


Rome, Italy Motivational Speaker

Doug Dvorak provides motivational speeches, workshops and business related keynotes that include topics related to leadership, team building, management, sales and more. Doug has presented to over 1 million people on 5 different continents. His client list includes Fortune 1000 companies, small to medium sized businesses, non-profit organizations, and Universities. Some of Doug’s clients include Marriott Hotels & Resorts, Cisco, Intel, Unilever and more.


Additionally, Doug served as a senior sales and marketing executive for technology firms including IBM, Intel, WorldNet & Eventra. From his deep leadership, management, marketing and team building experience he has designed and redesigned keynotes and workshops with lessons that audiences can relate to and apply to their own careers and personal lives. Book Doug as the keynote speaker for your next Rome, Italy event.


Doug is 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.


Doug is a leading international motivational keynote speaker, available to speak in Rome, Italy for your next event. By working with Doug, you are guaranteed satisfaction. Doug brings a positive and focused energy to the stage that allows your audience to pick up on the underlying messages his presentations convey and take away key points that are crucial to their learning and growing from the experience.


In 2013 Doug provided a motivational keynote speaker presentation in Rome Italy at the IHG Holiday Inn on Customer Service and Sales.

Some of Doug’s Speaking Client’s Include:

Why Rome?

As Italy’s largest city and its capital, Rome is one of its most important economic centers. It is also the European Union’s third-most-visited city, after London and Paris.


Rome can be reached in 30 to 40 minutes by direct train from its principal airport, Fiumicino-Leonardo da Vinci International Airport (FCO), which has service to all over Europe and to many cities in North America. It is one of Italy’s main airports, along with Milan. The high-speed trains connect FCO directly to Termini, Rome’s main rail station. That’s the easy part. Once in Rome, traffic often can be fraught—but never so much as during the Festa di Santa Francesca Romana on March 9, when drivers zip their cars to the Santa Francesca Romana church and have them blessed by the church’s namesake, the patron saint of motorists.


In the center of Rome are great MICE hotels, but meeting space often is limited, due to Rome being invented in 700 BC or thereabouts, and modern meeting requirements having been invented approximately 70 years ago. Great choices include the 251-room Bettoja, which has a small congress center for up to 150 persons; the 238-room Boscolo Exedra Roma, which has a terrace with superb views and 7 meeting rooms, the largest able to host 180 persons; the 236-roomStarhotels Metropole, which has nine meeting rooms for up to 180 persons; the 232-room Radisson Blu, which has three conference rooms; the 135-room Grand Hotel de la Minerve, which has its own chapel and a memorable roof garden, as well as five meeting rooms, the largest, the Salone Olimpio able to cater to 120 persons; the impressive, 127-room Hotel Bernini Bristol, which is on Piazza Barberini and has 9 function areas; the 122-room Hotel de Russie, which contains the Sala Torlonia for up to 90 persons; the 113-room Mercure Roma Piazza Bologna, which has 2 meeting room for up to 30 persons; the 100-room Sofitel Rome Villa Borghese, which has 6 meeting rooms; the 95-room Hotel Hassler, probably Rome’s grande dame, which opened in 1947, is at the top of the Spanish Steps and has three ornate function rooms, the Salone Medici, Sala Capre and Sala Sistina; the 72-room Kolbe Hotel Roma, which might have the best location for any hotel in Rome, in a 15th-century former convent behind the walls of the Forum and which has 19 meeting rooms, two of which can host up to 115 persons each; and the 34-room Villa Morgagni, which is in a 200-year-old building and also has one meeting room, for up to 50 persons.


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