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Doug Morneau is a dynamic, powerful, and knowledgeable speaker that never fails to deliver. A well seasoned entrepreneur with experience in many industries and sectors coupled together with a ‘No BS’ attitude of telling it how it is and getting things done, Doug is as energetic on stage, as he is empathetic towards business owners and entrepreneurs with a deep desire to serve and help them to be more successful.

For the longest time he only accepted a limited number speaking engagements stating, “Those who can Do, those who can’t teach”

As a lifelong student and learner, he is well aware of how brutal it is to sit in an audience, listening to some ‘expert’ blather about a particular topic that they have not actually had any success in.

Doug's sessions are fast paced with real life successes and failures unique for the audience he is speaking to for the purpose of learning from reality and not theory.

At the end of his time, the group will have actionable take aways they can execute, contacts and suppliers to solve their current problems

By the time attendees are done digesting his presentations, they genuinely have something of value to take away, and more importantly, to take action on – holding themselves accountable to actually making the most out of the investment they made in attending.

Current Keynote Speaking Topics

  • Email Marketing Secrets That No One Will Discuss
  • Shiny Object Syndrome – Getting the Marketing Basics Working
  • Why Social Media Doesn't Work and How to Fix It
  • OffShoring – The Big Companies are Doing It, Why Are'nt You?
  • Target Marketing – Let’s Create a Plan Together (has been delivered as a 5 hour workshop)
  • The Hidden Dangers of Success That Can Kill You

If you’re interested in booking Doug for a future event (either in person, or online) you can get in touch with his assistant directly, and she will set up a time for you to discuss things with Doug in a more personal way.

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