Speakers

Australian Speakers Bureau

Industry leaders for over a decade, Enhance is recognised in the industry as Australia’s foremost Speakers Bureau. Enhance provide International and Australian speakers to some of the largest corporate events and conferences worldwide.

Only Enhance has the experience, deep industry contacts, volume of talent and negotiating power to provide professional advice on the right business speaker for your event. Our consultants are experts in their field and can advise on appropriate timings, how to correctly integrate a speaker’s topic into your event message, whether they are most suitable for Q&A, keynote or MC roles, and of course, selecting the ideal business speaker for your event.

If you would like to know more about our range of Australian speakers bureau services, call 1300 884 485 (intl: +61 2 9518 3944) today.

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For almost 4 decades, Allan Pease (aka Mr Body Language) has been recognised as one of the world's most influential body language speakers. Allan's expertise in Body Language and Communication continues to change the way companies do business, how people communicate, and offers a unique, refreshing insight into understanding human behaviour. Areas of speciality include Speakers. Allan’s fast moving, highly entertaining presentation is guaranteed to impress, inspire and educate your audience, leaving attendees feeling motivated and seeing the world through different eyes!

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It's been well over a decade since Libby Trickett (previously Lenton) became a household Australian name, not just for her epic achievements in swimming but also for her infectious smile and effervescent personality. Areas of speciality include Speakers. Libby first started making waves in the swimming world in 2003, when she won her first national title in a 50-metre freestyle event. She then went on to make a promising international debut by winning the 100-metre freestyle race against the USA, in the Indianapolis competition “Duel in the Pool”. Not stopping there, Libby also competed at the FINA world championships in Barcelona where she collected further medals.
  • Medal of the Order of Australia
  • Summer Olympics
  • Commonwealth Games
  • Australian Institute of Sport
  • Channel 10

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While Samantha Riley's success has already etched her name in Australian swimming history, her enthusiasm, commitment and strong desire to win means she will continue to succeed. Officially retired in 2001, Sam will be forever known as one of Australia's greatest ever female swimmers. Gracious and charming, Samantha is also one of Australia's most popular sporting personalities. Areas of speciality include Speakers. During Sam’s swimming career her professional attitude and enthusiasm afforded her international success. Some of Sam’s greatest achievements include three Olympic medals, two world championship gold medals, five Commonwealth Games medals (four gold) and nine Pan Pacific Games medals. She’s also set three world and two commonwealth records.

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Benjamin Roberts-Smith received his Victoria Cross in 2011 for his heroic and selfless actions on his fifth tour of duty in Afghanistan, as a SAS soldier. As one of just 9 living recipients of the VC worldwide and the most decorated soldier in the Commonwealth, Ben is without a doubt a selfless leader, and his real-life stories provide inspiration and an insight into true leadership. Areas of speciality include Speakers. Born in 1978 in Perth, Western Australia, Ben joined the Australian Regular Army in 1996 and was posted to the 3rd Parachute Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment. In 2003, Ben went on to complete the renowned Special Air Service Regiment selection course.
  • Victoria Cross for Australia
  • Medal for Gallantry
  • Commendation for Distinguished Service
  • Australian Active Service Medal
  • Afghanistan Medal
  • Iraq Medal
  • Australian Service MedalUnited Nations Medal
  • Australian Father of the Year 2013
  • Australian Army
  • Australian Army Reserve
  • Special Air Service Regiment
  • RS Group Australia

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Business entrepreneur and author, Bob Ansett devotes a good deal of his time sharing his business philosophy and experience with the general community. Areas of speciality include Speakers. His story has been well documented by the Australian media and in his two best-selling books, Bob Ansett – An Autobiography and The Customer. But perhaps his most important achievement was in demonstrating business can put forward a human face.
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Hayley Lewis is remembered as the 15-year-old girl next door who swept to fame in 1990 by winning five gold medals at the Auckland Commonwealth Games. This amazing feat placed Hayley into the hearts and minds of Australians everywhere. Areas of speciality include Speakers. A year later, Hayley went on to greater fame by winning the 200m freestyle World Championship in front of an ecstatic Perth crowd. In 1992, at Barcelona Olympic Games Hayley brought home two medals – one silver and one bronze.
  • Medal of the Order of Australia
  • Sport Australia Hall of Fame (1997)
  • Australian Sports Medal (2000)
  • Commonwealth Games
  • The Biggest Loser Australia (TV Program)
  • Summer Olympics
  • World Aquatics Championships
  • Live4

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Michael Sherlock is a high-profile business leader who transformed an ailing set of bakery shops in the late 1990s to position Brumby's as the 2nd-largest bakery franchise system in Australasia with over 320 bakeries by 2007. Areas of speciality include Speakers. Under Michael’s leadership, Brumby’s share price rose from 56c to $3.40 in just over 3 years. Michael resigned as Managing Director of Brumby’s after ASX-listed company RFG purchased Brumbys for $46M.
  • Brumbys
  • Business Review Weekly

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After months of working 18 hour days 7 days a week at a radio station in Brisbane Australia, Troy Hazard woke up one morning and decided that if he was going to put this much effort into something, then it may as well be something he owned. Areas of speciality include Speakers. Since then, there are few situations in the business world that he has not experienced and survived. In the last 25 years he has become a self-styled serial entrepreneur, who has founded and nurtured twelve businesses, and has consulted to countless successful companies around the world.

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How Can Amanda Gore help you make this your best conference yet? Amanda has the unique ability to entertain, inform and involve audiences simultaneously - it is an experience that is hard to describe, you need to feel it! Areas of speciality include Speakers. Amanda Gore is energetic, very humorous and is a master at group dynamics, which means she can really facilitate the bonding/ connecting of delegates, whether they know each other or not. She will have them laughing and talking to each other to kick start your conference with a hysterical, team-building bang – or elevate them to a high finale so they can leave your conference full of energy and excitement.

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One of Australias all time sporting greats, Evonne Goolagong Cawley has been Australian Sportsman of the Year and Australian of the Year. In 1988, she was inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame at Newport Rhode Island and the following year, was inducted into the Aboriginal Sporting Hall of Fame. Areas of speciality include Speakers. In Evonnes long and glorious career she won 92 professional tournaments including 7 Grand Slam titles including Wimbledon in 1971 & 1980, The Australian Open 1974-1977 inclusive and the French Open in 1971.
  • Australian of the Year 1971
  • Member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire
  • Officer of the Order of Australia
  • Sport Australia Hall of Fame (1985)
  • International Tennis Hall of Fame (1988)
  • International Olympic Committee's 2003 Women and Sports Trophy
  • Australian Sports Commission