Price Keynote Speeches

Karsten Noack
Keynote Speeches with Speaker Karsten Noack Training & Coaching Berlin

If you want me to give you a two-hour presentation, I am ready today. If you want only a five-minute speech, it will take me two weeks to prepare.

Mark Twain




Do you need a keynote speaker (German and English)?


Good reasons to give me a call:


  • Do you have an important event coming up? Perhaps a conference?
  • Do you want a powerful keynote speaker who can capture the essence of your meeting and can highlight it to your audience in a captivating way in a short period?
  • Are you fed up with boring PowerPoint presentations?
  • Do you want a speaker who can do his research and tailor his message to meet your needs?
  • Do you want your audience to come to you at the end of the speech and tell you they liked your event?


Then feel free to call me now! My keynotes are highly energetic and practical. I offer lots of stories, humor, and strategies to make speeches interesting and memorable. And what you’ll get at the end from your participants is a WOW!

Keynote speeches start at 3,800 Euros plus 19 % VAT. 

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Published: March 21, 2009
Author: Karsten Noack
Revision: February 3, 2020
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