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.
Comedy's nice guy has managed to pull off a real coup - hosting his own talk shows in two different countries. Already a gold-plated star in Australia, Adam has hit the big time in the UK with his own talk show on Channel Four - The Last Leg. Areas of speciality include Speakers. When he is not conquering the small screen he is treading the boards as one of our finest stand up comedians, selling out rooms around the country and around the world.
Carolyn Creswell, the founder of Carman's, is a perfect example that it is indeed possible to run a multinational business, and still have a healthy work-life balance. She is an inspirational leader who has achieved great success both in business, and in her home life. Areas of speciality include Speakers. Carolyn manages to raise four kids under eight and maintain a great relationship with her husband, while at the same time growing Carman’s to be the number one muesli brand on supermarket shelves throughout Australia.
One of Australia's brightest comedic stars, Dave Hughes is often described as "a typical Aussie bloke" and it is this trait, along with his honesty, that has made him such a relatable personality and household name. Areas of speciality include Speakers. Born in Warnambool in 1970, Dave comes from a typical working class family. His dad Des was a painter by trade and his mum Carmel worked as a midwife and nurse. The youngest of four kids, Dave has an older brother and twin sisters, all born within five years of one another. It is this foundation that has paved the way for the strong family values that Dave holds today.
Giaan Rooney's memorable smile, natural beauty and ability to engage are almost trumped by her enormous energy for work. It is not surprising that her career has been jewelled with success. Areas of speciality include Speakers. In 2013 Giaan became a presenter for Channel Seven after spending 6 years with Channel Nine where she was involved across a range of shows including being a co-anchor of Wide World of Sports, presenting stories on Getaway, Postcards, the 2010 Winter Olympics, 2012 London Olympics and Nine’s Spring Racing coverage.
Mark McKeon is one of Australia's leading work-life balance and team cohesion advocates. Mark presents keynotes and tailored sessions, and along with his team, conduct workshops and conference programs in Lifestyle, Team Building and Leadership. Areas of speciality include Speakers. Mark is Consulting Editor for ‘Ultra-Fit’ Magazine, both in Australia and the U.K. He also reaches over 1.5 million people monthly through his columns in The Age, Panorama and various other publications. His second book, ‘Work a Little Less, Live a Little More’ has become the bible for work life balance in corporate Australia.
Peter Helliar first came to the nation's attention in 1999 as a cast member of Rove, Rove McManus' ill-fated first series on the Nine Network. When the show went to Network TEN in 2000, Pete went with it, becoming an integral part of the Logie Award-winning variety show until it wound up at the end of 2009 after ten historic years on Australian TV. Areas of speciality include Speakers. In 2003, Pete took on Australian Rules football with After The Game, which became Before The Game in 2004. The following year Pete created Bryan Strauchan, Collingwood rookie and instant superstar. “Strauchanie” created an AFL sensation, picking up the code’s Personality Of The Year Award, getting his own car in the Grand Final Parade, and even being immortalised on his own official AFL Footy Card and winning Best On Ground at the 2009 EJ Whitten match.
Alex Davis is a qualified nutritionist, an accredited health coach and a successful model. Areas of speciality include Speakers. As a former gymnast, Alex has always valued her health and fitness. In 2006, Alex pursued her passionate interest in Nutrition at Melbourne’s Deakin University, where she recently obtained her Bachelor of Food Science and Nutrition. To complement her degree, Alex also received accreditation as a Health Coach from Health Coaching Australia (HCA).
Bob Brown was elected to the Senate in 1996, after 10 years as an MHA in Tasmania's state parliament. In his first speech in the Senate, Bob raised the threat posed by climate change. Government and opposition members laughed at his warning of sea level rises and it has taken 10 years for them to finally begin to acknowledge the causes and effects of climate change. Areas of speciality include Speakers. Since 1996, Bob has continued to take a courageous, and often politically lonely, stand on issues across the national and international spectrum. Some of the many issues that Bob has raised in the Senate include petrol sniffing in Central Australia, self-determination for West Papua and Tibet, saving Tasmania’s ancient forests, opposing the war in Iraq, justice for David Hicks, stopping the sale of the Snowy Hydro scheme and opposing the dumping of nuclear waste in Australia.
"Australia's Most Travelled Woman", that's the title earned by Catriona Rowntree after nearly 15 years at the helm of Australia's favourite travel show Getaway on Channel Nine. Her television career began after completing a Diploma of Journalism at Macleay College in 1990, followed by stints researching at BRW and various Sydney newsrooms. Areas of speciality include Speakers. In 1993 Rowntree filmed a story for WonderWorld! and has been employed on-air ever since. That soon led to hosting What’s Up Doc, filmed live on weekends from Melbourne and a paid gig on Triple J radio, hosing the national Weekend Request Show ensued. So began a period of working 7 days a week in 3 states and loving every single second of it.
Widely regarded as one of the top rising stars of Australian comedy, Damien Power has sold out shows around Australia.
Areas of speciality include Speakers. Damien’s material ranges from personal stories about his brother Will Power (a famous Indy car driver) to strong political and social commentary. Having worked for years around Australia from pubs and festivals to large theatres Power has a wide range of material, winning over audiences with strong delivery, energy and confidence.