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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.
Matt Le Tissier is one of the greatest footballers ever to pull on the red and white of Southampton, and one of the most creative footballers in the English game.
Matt Lewis survived a shipwreck on the Antarctic seas, hundreds of miles from land. During his first deployment as a marine biologist, the fishing boat’s pumps failed amid ocean waves the size of houses.
With no less than four Olympic Gold medals, Matthew Pinsent has become one of Britain’s finest Olympians. Matthew is an excellent ambassador for rowing (and sport in general) and his confident and friendly manner ensure he is a hot favourite on the speaking circuit. Audiences love to hear his personal anecdotes and his extraordinary story (and, of course, view those medals).
Miles has been blind for about twenty years but has not let that stop him from challenging barriers, seeking adventure and succeeding on expeditions to deserts, mountains and the polar regions. He is an exceptional storyteller and corporate motivational speaker whose messages of "never give up", "expect the unexpected" and "think big to achieve big" come wrapped in a package of humour and profound personal insight.
The original Rogue Trader whose unchecked risk-taking caused the biggest financial scandal of the 20th century