Funny, Engaging, Motivational Keynote Speaker in

Motivational and Inspirational Keynote Speaker in Tokyo, 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, Bucharest, Lisbon, Muscat, Calgary, Chennai, Orlando, Atlanta, San Diego, Washington DC, Nashville, Austin, Miami, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, Bali, 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


Tokyo has many excellent conference centers and facilities, including:

Tokyo Big Sight, in the Ariake Minami district of Tokyo Waterfront City
Tokyo Conference Centre Ariake, in the Ariake Koto-ku Central Tower
Tokyo International Forum, on Marunouchi, Chiyoda
Sunshine City Convention Center, on Higashiikebukuro, Toshima
Iino Hall & Conference Center, on Chiyoda, Uchisaiwaicho
TKP Shibuya Conference Center, in Tokyo, Shibuya


General Information about Tokyo for Meeting Planners and Event Professionals

Tokyo, the capital city of Japan, is a huge metropolis with over 39 million inhabitants. It is ranked first in the Global Economic Power Index and 3rd in the Global Cities Index and is a major international financial centre, housing the headquarters of some of the world’s largest insurance companies and investment banks. It is a major hub for Japan’s electronics, broadcasting, transportation and publishing industries. Tokyo became a leading financial centre in the 1960s and is considered one of the three ‘command centres’ for global economy, together with New York and London. The city is also highly famous for its cuisine, being awarded by the Michelin Guide with more stars than any other city in the world (about twice as many as Paris). Since Tokyo was left in ruins both by the 1923 earthquake and the World War II bombings, its architecture is mainly modern. Some of its most famous architectural landmarks include the Tokyo International Forum, the Asahi Beer Hall, the Mode Gakuen Cocoon Tower, the NTT Docomo Yoyogi Building, the Rainbow Bridge, as well as its famous skyscrapers, the Tokyo Tower and the Tokyo Skytree. Tokyo is home to many famous museums such as the Tokyo National Museum, the Edo-Tokyo Museum, and the National Museum of Western Art.

The City as a Conference Destination

Tokyo is one of the world’s largest hubs for international conventions and conferences. Some of the most famous ones include: the Global Marketing Conference, one of the world’s largest marketing and management events; the Open Source Summit Japan, a world-leading conference for open source industry leaders and technologists aiming to share information about innovative open solutions; Tech in Asia, a conference showcasing the most promising startups; the Asian Conference on Education (ACE), an interdisciplinary event where the latest educational theories and methods are discussed; the STD Asia Pacific, a healthcare congress focused on infectious diseases; and the World Blockchain Roadshow, an important technology event.

Tokyo Food Options for Conference Delegates

While you are attending a business conference in Tokyo, Japan, a few local restaurants to experience include: Kanda (+81 3 5786 0150), a restaurant serving amazing seasonal dishes; Kaikaya by the Sea (+81 3 3770 0878), a Japanese restaurant specializing in seafood; Ginza Kyubey (+81 3 3571 6523), the most renown sushi restaurant in Tokyo; the New York Grill (+81 3 5323 3458) and Beard (+81 3 5496 0567), two fantastic American restaurants, famous for their meat dishes; Dazzle (+81 3 5159 0991), where you can sample a large variety of French dishes; and the Ivy Place (+81 3 6415 3232), offering a diversity of dishes from all over Europe.

Tokyo Attractions for Convention Attendees

There are a number of highly rated tourist attractions to visit after your business conference in Tokyo, Japan, such as: the Imperial Palace, with its beautiful 17th century parks surrounded by high walls; the the Sens?-ji Temple, Tokyo’s most famous shrine established in 645 CE and dedicated to Kannon, the Buddhist goddess of compassion; the Ueno Park, the city’s largest green space, containing a zoo, an aquarium and many temples and museums; and the National Museum of Nature and Science, one of Japan’s oldest museums, dating back to 1871, located in Ueno Park and hosting a large collection of materials related to science and natural history.

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