Humanitarian, pop star, motivational speaker, broadcaster & businessman, Bob Geldof has just been announced as a keynote speaker, to join Bill Clinton, at the International AIDS Conference in Melbourne in July.

 

Bob will deliver a presentation on 24th,  sharing his views of challenges ahead to defeat HIV in the developing world. He will also give a speech at the closing session on 25th July.

 

He was recognised by Time Magazine as one of the European Heroes and featured on their European Edition front cover.  He has also been nominated seven times in succession for the Nobel Peace Award and was awarded the Nobel Man of Peace Award in 2007.

 

He remains a passionate musician and in between his business, political activism and humanitarian activities, he continues to compose, play and tour with his band.  He also reformed the Boomtown Rats last year to perform at the Isle of Wight Festival.

 

Bob is also a superb motivational speaker and an excellent choice for both UK and International events.  He is incredibly well informed on a wide range of global issues.  His speeches are inspiring, provocative and ultimately uplifting.  He motivates audiences through his personal experiences and is widely acknowledged as one of the most authoritative corporate speakers, after dinner speakers and conference keynote presenters currently available in the world.

 

Feedback on his presentations includes "An outstanding speaker.  The most powerful messaging I have ever heard" Lloyds of London and, "what an incredible speech!  He (Bob Geldof) really is the best orator I have ever seen" YIBC