Lucy Bloom | Branding | Marketing Speaker | Melbourne

Lucy Bloom is available to present as the opening or closing keynote speaker on Branding and Thought Leadership at your next Melbourne, Australia event and conference.

Ms. Bloom is a leading change maker, exceptional communicator that delivers keynotes many times per year. Lucy is available to speak at your next Melbourne, Australia event and conference. Lucy has been speaking professionally for over 10 years. Her keynote topics include Maverick thinking and Doing business differently.

By working with Lucy, you are guaranteed a seasoned speaking professional that will make your event a success. Lucy brings energy and positivity to each of her presentations.

Lucy has presented keynote presentations around the globe to some of the largest organizations in the world. Learn more about why Lucy Bloom is the right change and motivational keynote speaker for your next Melbourne, Australia event and conference.

Lucy Bloom | Wespeak Global

Lucy Bloom is a recognized expert in doing business differently after years of speaking and now coaching. A highly sought-after keynote speaker, transformational leader, she guides individuals and businesses to capitalize on empathy and magnify their impact.

Her unique expertise is in combining practical business tactics with accelerated learning strategies to embrace change, encourage innovation and increase change for people and organizations worldwide. Lucy Bloom inspires, empowers and guides people to achieve massive and lasting personal and professional growth, whether it be as a keynote speaker, facilitating corporate workshops or mentoring individuals through her podcasts.

A leading international keynote speaker, Lucy has reached tens of thousands worldwide with her message of Thinking Differently as the competitive edge in the face of today’s complex markets. Lucy is a sought-after CONFERENCE KEYNOTE SPEAKER who inspires, empowers and guides organizations and individuals to create sustainable, high-performance strategies. Lucy through her keynote, helps leaders embrace LEADERSHIP, cultivate work of thinking differently of greater unity and resilience, as well as strengthen their voice as purpose driven leaders.

Ranked the world’s most livable city six years in a row and regarded as the “cultural and sporting capital” of Australia, Melbourne is as a diverse as its multicultural heritage. The city hosts numerous international festivals, as well as the most prestigious sporting events in the country and our baristas brew the best cups of coffee you’ve ever tasted. If that isn’t motive enough to book your flight to Melbourne here are a whole list of reasons why you should visit the city at least once.

The coffee

With a caffeine addiction to rival that of Lorelei Gilmore Melbourne is the best place in Australia to order an authentic cup of joe. Preferring boutique coffee shops over global chains Melburnians appreciate the art of coffee making and while lattes are the most popular choice Melbourne’s expert baristas can brew everything from espresso to cold drip, pour over and the classic cappuccino.

Melbourne is the sports capital of Australia

Sport is ingrained into the Australian culture and nowhere is that truer than in Melbourne where we observe public holidays for the Melbourne Cup and AFL Grand Final. Among the events hosted yearly in Melbourne are the Australian Open, Australian Formula 1 Grand Prix, the Boxing Day Test, the Spring Racing Carnival and the AFL Grand Final just to name a few. The city is also home to an impressive list of facilities includes the MCG, AAMI Park, Etihad Stadium and Melbourne Park and Sports Business named Melbourne as the Ultimate Sporting City in 2006, 2008, 2010 and 2016.

Melbourne boasts many high end shopping precincts as well as factory outlets for the bargain hunter. Chadstone is a massive shopping emporium in the suburbs with many of the world’s top brands. The city is also a great place for shopping featuring Bourke Street Mall with its iconic buildings and brands such as David Jones, Myer and Spanish brand Zara. Melbourne Central is accessible as a major railway station in the heart of the city but has over 300 shops. 

Chapel Street is another iconic strip with great boutique shopping and great cafes and restaurants. Along with boutiques there is the popular Op shop stores where you can score some great retro items at bargain prices. 

Collins Street is an iconic Melbourne street with international brand name stores as well as The Block Arcade – an iconic arcade with boutique shops in one of Melbourne’s most impressive heritage arcades. Visit Melbourne for accessible and attractive shopping precincts and availability of world leading brands.

The diverse culture

Melbourne and its surrounding suburbs are a multicultural metropolis home to people from approximately 200 countries, with 260 languages spoken and 135 religious faiths represented. Italians, Chinese and Vietnamese people make up a substantial portion of the population while Melbourne is home to the largest Greek population of any city outside Greece.