Top Speaker, MC and Entertainer Ideas for Your Next Event

Top Speaker, MC and Entertainer Ideas for Your Next Event

Who will you choose to speak at your next event?

If you are planning an event for 2015 and in need of a brilliant speaker, MC or entertainer to guarantee its success, Celebrity Speakers Bureau will help you make an inspired choice...efficiently and hassle free.

Celebrity Speakers Bureau represents the most inspiring and engaging people from Australia and around the world. We specialise in understanding your brief and working with you to find the most appropriate Speaker, MC or Entertainer for your audience. It's what we love to do.

We wish you a safe and enjoyable festive season and look forward to being of service to you in 2015.

In the meantime, here are some great ideas for your next event.


Drawcard for Clients

Boris BeckerFormer tennis superstar, winner of 49 titles, the youngest male to ever win the Wimbledon singles championship, and now head coach for Novak Djokovic, crowned Wimbledon Men's Single Champion 2014. Boris will be here for the Australian Open Tennis in January so book him now.


MC for Gala Events

Juanita PhillipsThe face of the ABC's flagship 7 pm news bulletin, ABC News With Juanita Phillips, and one of Australia's most experienced television news anchors.


Marketing and Creativity speaker for your Leadership Forum

Russel HowcroftMarketing expert, top adman, vocal panel member of The Gruen Transfer and now the Executive General Manager of Network TEN and a mentor on its new series, Recipe to Riches.

"Russel was brilliant! He engaged really well with the audience and happily chatted with people after his presentation. He is an expert in his field and a genuinely lovely person. We received very positive feedback from our members about Russel and are very pleased with the event."  Murray Business Network


Entrepreneurial Speaker for your Business Audience 

Carolyn CreswellThe founder of Carman's and 2012 Telstra Australian Business Woman of the Year is an inspiration and mentor to many Australians who have always wanted to start up a company of their own.

"Your talk on the story of Carman's was truly inspiring and thought provoking, clearly demonstrating what can be achieved with passion and determination. The response amongst our staff was overwhelmingly positive..." GMK Partners


Inspirational Speaker for your Audience 

Kurt Fearnley "Pushing the Limits". This triple Paralympic Gold Medallist wheelchair racer's exploits include winning the prestigious New York, London and Chicago marathons multiple times, crawling the Kokoda Track, being a member of a winning Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race crew and a passionate disability advocate. In November 2014 Kurt released his book, "Pushing the Limits".

"Amazing audience response. He received a standing ovation. Highlight of our conference." BUPA


Entertainer and Story Teller for After Dinner

Shane Jacobson - One of Australia's most loved and most versatile talents, the star of Kenny is an award-winning actor, presenter and entertainer and a brilliant raconteur with a unique and engaging story of his unique life.

"Shane's presentation was a highlight of our conference, being a thoroughly entertaining and engaging speaker for our Gala dinner. Shane's talk was a great balance of story-telling, motivation and comedy all rolled into one. It was even more pleasing to have Shane attend our dinner and stay and talk with all the guests throughout the evening and well into the night, which was 'above and beyond' what would be expected of many speakers. I would highly recommend Shane to other corporate looking for an interesting and entertaining speaking for their event."  Victorian Farmers Federation


Sportsperson for your Audiences' enjoyment 

Kerry O'Keeffe - One of Australian cricket's most popular and colourful characters, former member of ABC's Grandstand commentary team, Radio 2GB commentator and source of some of cricket's most memorable commentary.

"The audience of approx. 190 people were in tears the whole time. He was fantastic. I received very positive feedback from many people that night and the following day. Perfect person for the event."  BIS Industries Limited


Chef for a Client Dinner

Matthew Evans - Former chef and high-profile restaurant critic, now Gourmet Farmer, consumer advocate, prolific food author and columnist, Tasmanian smallholder and rare pig breeder.

"Matthew was a brilliant speaker, and complemented our gala dinner program and venue perfectly." Environment Institute of Australia and New Zealand EIANZ


Economic Outlook speaker for your Conference

Paul Clitheroe AM - One of Australia's most respected financial media commentators, renowned for his ability to explain complex money issues in plain English.

"The feedback from our audience was that Paul gave a very engaging, down to earth presentation with a clear and direct message. Paul's ability to relate his insights and experiences to our industry ensured that he captured the minds of everybody that attended. Furthermore it was highly appreciated by all that Paul stayed on after his presentation, making himself available for questions, discussions and photos. Highly Recommended." Canon Australia Pty Ltd


Health and Lifestyle Speaker for Audience's Wellbeing

Shannan Ponton He achieved national fame since joining TV's The Biggest Loser as a fitness trainer and mentor, but has already spent more than 20 years in the fitness industry delivering innovative fitness and lifestyle solutions to individuals, corporates and teams.


Resilience Speaker for everyone

Turia Pitt Catastrophic burns survivor, humanitarian, engineer and published author whose refusal to be limited by her injuries is reflected in her message of perseverance.

"Absolutely amazing and inspirational speaker. Probably the best session I've had the chance to attend in my 14.5 years at General Electric!"  General Electric

 


To enquire about these or any other talent for your event, contact us now on:
Ph: 1300 791 651 or email info@celebrityspeakers.com.au


 

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