Funny, Engaging, Motivational Keynote Speaker in

Motivational and Inspirational Keynote Speaker in Bucharest, Carla Rieger is an internationally-known entrepreneur, coach and author, who travels all around the globe, to places like London UK, Madrid, India, Dubai, Singapore, New York, Dallas, Los Angeles, Chicago, Toronto, Barcelona, Amsterdam, Dublin, Cape Town, Sydney, Wellington, Cancun, Las Vegas, Stockholm, Helsinki, Frankfurt, Budapest, Vienna, Zürich, Prague, Copenhagen, Brussels, Athens, and Vancouver. She offers advice to companies and individuals on how to increase their resiliency and creativity so they can speed up their pace of innovation therefore staying more competitive and relevant in the marketplace.

As an expert in the top 3 habits of highly resilient people, she helps people stay solutions-oriented and maintain their well being no matter what.  It’s about staying leading edge through creating a culture of innovation and creativity. Enjoy an insightful, funny, entertaining, engaging and practical keynote applicable to diverse audiences around the world.
During her 24-year career, she worked with top entrepreneurs, leaders and companies. From United States to Canada to Europe, Middle East and Asia, Carla helps individuals and organizations to unleash their creative potentials, so they can thrive in the age of technology.
Carla is a rare find as an internationally-known female speaker. These days top meeting planners try to find a 50/50 balance of men to women on their stage, especially if your audience is at least half female. Sometimes a woman in the audience can better relate to woman keynote speaker.
Carla has also written six books, hundreds of articles and over 80 online learning programs. In addition, she has 24 years as an organizational change expert, and 10 years experience in the performing arts, specifically comedy. Over the last 20 years she has spoken to over 1500 groups on 4 different continents. As a frequent speaker, trainer, facilitator, coach and consultant, she helps people navigate successfully through the white water of change.
Just a few of the companies Carla Rieger has worked with:

Topics Include:

All Carla Rieger's keynotes are highly entertaining, interactive and practical:

  • The Top 3 Habits of Highly Resilient People
  • The Art of Communication
  • Storytelling in Business
  • How to Create a Culture of Innovation


Bucharest, Romania has many excellent conference centers and facilities, including:

Auditorium Pallady, on the Theodor Pallady Boulevard
Bucharest Events Centre, on Frasinului Street, ?eghe?
Kondiment Training Centre, on Sevastopol Street
Ramada Plaza Bucharest Convention Centre, on Poligrafiei Avenue
Sala Eminescu, Hotel Caro, on Barbu V?c?rescu Street
Willbrook Platinum, on Bucure?ti-Ploie?ti Highway


General Information about Bucharest for Meeting Planners and Event Professionals

With a population of over 1.8 million, Bucharest is the capital and most populous (as well as the most prosperous) city of Romania, and the 6th largest city in the European Union. Located alongside the Dâmbovi?a River, it is a major centre for finances, industry, politics and culture, and hosts over 186,000 companies and a variety of large shopping malls, including B?neasa Shopping City, the AFI Palace Controceni, Plaza Romania, Sun Plaza and Liberty Centre. Architecturally, Bucharest is a mixture of old and new elements, often juxtaposing centuries-old churches with Communist-era apartment blocks and modern office buildings. Bucharest is a major tourist destination, attracting annually millions of visitors. Some of its most important landmarks include the Parliament Palace, the largest parliament building in the world, the Old Centre (Lipscani), featuring a large number of 19th century buildings, ruins of Medieval courts, and picturesque churches, the Revolution Square, home to an imposing monument built in memory of the Revolution victims, and a diversity of green spaces, such as the Bucharest Botanical Garden, the V?c?re?ti Nature Park, the Carol Park, the Her?str?u Park, and the Ci?migiu Gardens. Moreover, Bucharest is an important cultural hub, famous for museums such as the National Museum of Contemporary Art, the National History Museum, and the Village Museum.

The City as a Conference Destination

Bucharest is a major centre for international conventions and conferences, including: the Bucharest Technology Week, a one-week-long festival and series of talks exploring the latest technological developments; the Interactive Central and Eastern Europe Conference (iCEE), bringing together experts in technology, e-commerce, marketing and business; the eLearning and Software for Education Conference, an event exploring the impact of information technologies on educational practices; the European Health Conference Bucharest, one of Romania’s largest conferences dedicated to issues related to healthcare; and the City Rituals Conference, a convention hosted by the Romanian Academy and addressing the complexity of ancient and modern types of rituals.

Bucharest Food Options for Conference Delegates

While you are attending a business conference in Bucharest, Romania, a few local restaurants to experience include: Vatra (+40 21 315 8375), Hanu’ lui Manuc (+ 40 730 188 653) and La Pesc?ria Doroban?ilor (+40 722 271 157), three of the best restaurants where you can sample traditional Romanian cuisine; Mica Elve?ie (+40 21 224 5017), an excellent Swiss restaurant; Mesogios Seafood Primaverii (+40 722 200 232), an amazing restaurant specializing in seafood dishes; Belli Siciliani (+40 21 642 7428), serving a large variety of traditional and contemporary Italian dishes; and Le Bistrot Francais (+40 756 018 393), an exquisite French restaurant offering a diversity of gourmet dishes.

Bucharest Attractions for Convention Attendees

There are a number of highly rated tourist attractions that you can visit after your business conference in Bucharest, Romania, including: the Parliament Palace, the world’s largest parliament building and the second largest administrative building on the globe after the Pentagon; the Dimitrie Gusti National Village Museum, an open-air ethnographic museum showcasing Romanian village life, featuring a large number of peasant farms and houses; the National Museum of Art of Romania, a vast museum located in the Royal Palace in the Revolution Square, home to large collections of Romanian, Western European, Eastern Asian and Islamic artworks; and the Her?str?u Park, an enormous city park with cafes, restaurants and gardens located around a beautiful large lake.

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