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Freddie Ravel, Internationally Acclaimed Keynote Maestro, Joins Speakers Connect

 

Hong Kong -- (ReleaseWire) -- 08/15/2014 -- Freddie Ravel, internationally acclaimed Keynote Maestro, joins Speakers Connect Asia’s leading International speakers bureau

Freddie Ravel is the internationally acclaimed Keynote Maestro that blends his infectious passions for business breakthroughs and the power of music to unlock the minds, hearts and potential of audiences around the world.

Backed by number one hits and collaborative successes with Earth, Wind and Fire, Madonna, Prince, Indie Arie, Sergio Mendes, Quincy Jones, Al Jarreau, the Boston Pops and rock legend, Carlos Santana, the #1 chart-topping pianist and speaker is the Founder of Human Harmonics – the peak performance program that reveals how music can enhance leadership, innovation and collaboration for entrepreneurs and major corporations alike.

Recent accolades hail from the Mayor of Los Angeles who awarded Mr. Ravel the city’s Certificate of Recognition for creating a music-based system to “renew the national and international economy” while his media appearances include FOX, ABC, CBS, Universal, Business Rock Stars, Clear Channel and Deepak Chopra’s XM Sirius radio show.

With rave reviews from Starbucks, Coca Cola, Toyota, Red Bull, NASA, Apple, Morgan Stanley, Google and Citi, Freddie Ravel serves as a captivating access point through which to transform organizations, education and the human condition.

About Speakers Connect
Speakers Connect is Asia's leading International speakers bureau, which serve as the hub for organisations in finding the speaker(s) that will best fit their event needs. At Speakers Connect our mission is to inspire new ideas and stimulate thought by bringing you today’s leading voices in business and management. Based in Hong Kong and representing renowned speakers from Asia Pacific as well as around the world, we are the resource for personalities who bring fresh ideas and new insights.

Speakers Connect's clients include: HSBC, IBM, Goldman Sachs, UBS, Nike, HP and many more.