Keynote Speaker Jamie McIntyre

Jamie McIntyre speaking

As a keynote speaker, world-leading educator and success coach, Jamie McIntyre has spoken on stages all over Australia to audiences of up to 6500.

Jamie has presented alongside some of the world’s most successful and respected entrepreneurs and business leaders including Sir Richard Branson, Timothy Ferriss, Mark Bouris, Eddie McGuire, Danny Green, Randi Zuckerberg and many more.

A bestselling author, successful entrepreneur, investor, business strategist, marketing expert, Jamie can cover a diverse range of topics including:

 

  • Personal Development

  • Motivation

  • Success Strategies

  • Entrepreneurship and Innovation

  • Business and Management strategies

 


 

For More Information Download Jamie McIntyre’s Speaking Kit

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Book Jamie For Your Event Today

Free Call: 1800 999 270

Phone: +617 5474 4222

Email: enquiries@21stca.com.au


 

Jamie McIntyre
with Richard Branson
Jamie McIntyre
with Tony Robbins
Jamie McIntyre one on one
with Richard Branson

 

TESTIMONIALS

“The only speaker in Australia that can speak on creating wealth in property, the stock market, business and internet business. Many can specialise in one discipline, but only a true financial master can create wealth from many disciplines.”

Wealth Creator Magazine

“Jamie McIntyre is one of Australia’s most forward thinking educators and a fantastic teacher!”

Dale Beaumont, Creator of the Secrets Exposed Series

 

 

 

 

 

Testimonials included herein represent the outcomes that have been provided to us by individual clients and may not be typical of what every individual will achieve. All testimonials are provided voluntarily, without payment, inducement or other benefit and are from genuine clients of 21st Century Education. We have not verified the accuracy of the testimonials made herein and claim no responsibility for the accuracy of the testimonials provided. Our Seminars are purely educational in nature, we do not advise or tip and any investments shown in any seminar are for educational illustration purposes only. Jamie McIntyre may not attend every event. Past performance is no guarantee of future performance. All investing carries some risk and you should seek professional financial advice prior to investing

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