“Not only is David exceptionally skilled at what he does, he is also a master of his craft and a gifted entertainer. His experience in the corporate world is second to none – he worked closely with the business to design a brief that both entertained our employees and taught them valuable work and life-based skills.”

United Health Group

“There was a real buzz in the office about David’s presentation in the days following the event.  David was a pleasure to work with, tailoring his appearance to meet our needs both before and during the event.

Oaklee Homes Group

“The whole thing was excellent – great learning, fun and memorable. David is quite unique – he can hold an audience, get real engagement, challenge, offer insight and learning and roll it all into brilliant entertainment.”

Moy Park

“A key indicator of a speaker’s impact is the next day – there was an enormous buzz around the office with attendees still talking about David literally for days later.”

Cunningham Coates Stockbrokers

“Whether it’s hosting a conference, presenting a complex leadership strategy or after dinner entertainment, David is the full package.”

DRP Group

“He is, without a doubt, the most talked about and well received corporate act we have ever had the pleasure of working with.”

Phoenix Natural Gas Ltd.

“Quite simply put, David was outstanding in the lead up to the event and on the night, itself.”

NI Science Festival

“The event was so successful that David is returning to the centre for a retail themed motivational presentation on customer service for all employees in the scheme.”

Foyleside Shopping Centre 

“Our clients were totally captivated and didn’t stop talking about you (in a good way!) after the act – and we’ve had lots of great feedback from them since. Everyone was blown away by your act and as well as that – they all absolutely loved your banter and ‘craic.’”

Visit Belfast

“In one hour, David made a lasting impression on our future leaders of tomorrow. Thanks David – you truly are a star.”

London School of Economics 
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