The bestselling author and speaker will be the key speaker at the debut of the event on June 10th.
Canadian writer and speaker, Robin Sharma, has been announced as the keynote speaker for EEA Talks, a new event launched by Egypt’s ENtrepreneur Awards in the run-up to the June 11th ceremony.
The talks will take place one day prior, on June 10th, at St. Regis Cairo, with Sharma joined by a host of speakers from across the local, regional and international ecosystem.
Known best for his influential book The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari (1997), Sharma has travelled the world, garnering a reputation as one of the world’s leading speakers. The writer has written no less 13 books that cover leadership and self-improvement, with other highlight titles including Who Will Cry When You Die: Life Lessons from the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari (1999), The 5AM Club (2018), The Leader Who Had No Title (2010), and - most recently - The Everyday Hero Manifesto (2021), all international bestsellers that have sold millions of copies in over ninety-two languages.
An independent survey with 22,000 participants from the world of business placed Sharma as one of the top five leadership gurus in the world, and he’s shared various motivational speaking and self-help platforms with the likes of Richard Branson, Bill Clinton, Jack Welch and Shaquille O’Neal.
Sharma has established himself as one of the world’s most respected experts on leadership and personal mastery. His clients include GE, Nike, FedEx, IBM, Starbucks and NASA. For over 25 years he has been helping leaders reach excellence and create superb results.
Tickets for Sharma’s talk are EGP 800 (Tier C), EGP1,100 (Tier B) and EGP 1,500 (Tier A, closest to stage). You can grab your tickets from www.collardtickets.com/event/eea-talks and also check out prices for talk passes and all-day passes.
For more information about EEA Talks, head to @EEAwards_ on Instagram.