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The team at Room54 have built up superb relationships with both famous motivational speakers and non celebrity motivational speakers to ensure your event is both memorable and exciting. By booking a top motivational speaker you will leave your audience inspired and help them see the future in a positive light. Top motivational speakers will tailor their talk to enforce the business messages are taken home and often leading to actions being put in place. As with all our business speakers we take a full brief to guarantee the best motivational speakers are booked for your event. Call 01753 632 800 today to discuss which of our famous motivational speakers would be best suited to your event.
Kriss Akabusi is famous for his achievements in Athletics; his greatest individual triumph was his Gold Medal in the 1990 European Championships, not least because he beat David Hemery’s 22-year-old British Record. Kriss is a fantastic speaker - so full of life and energy. A popular figure on our television screens, Kriss is an inspiration for everyone.
Retired in 1997 as Britain's greatest ever athlete. Linford was the first of a new breed of athlete that defied age as a barrier to perform, winning his first major title at the age of 26. He went on to become the World's No 1 in the most fiercely competitive and prestigious event in athletics, the men's 100m.
Dr Liz Jackson is a truly inspirational figure and her story is extraordinary; as many would have seen when she was featured in Channel 4’s Secret Millionaire programme. Since launching her telemarketing business, Great Guns Marketing, in 1998, the year she lost her eyesight, Liz and her company have gone from strength to strength with Great Guns growing at 30% per annum and boasting an impressive portfolio of clients from all types and sizes of companies.
Mark Malloch-Brown served as United Nations’ Deputy Secretary General, Vice Chairman of the Soros investment funds and the World Economic Forum
He was also the Prime Minister’s envoy for the London G20 Summit
Originally a journalist at The Economist, Mark switched to a field role with the UNHCR before joining a political communications consultancy
Seb first made his name as one of the greatest athletes of his generation. He set twelve world records over four distances, achieving four gold and three silver medals in the Olympics and European Championships.
Lord Coe won the bid to host the 2012 Olympics in London
Seb was honoured with a Life Peerage in 2002, becoming Lord Coe of Ranmore. Secured the 2017 World Athletics Championships for London