Book A BAME Speaker For Your Event Today

Our selection of Black, Asian and minority ethnic speakers are paving the way for racial equality. Whether they are discussing the history of discrimination or the everyday racism still prevalent in society, these educators will open your audience’s eyes to the importance of inclusion in society. Our selection includes celebrities, politicians, business leaders and more, who each understand the importance of diversity.

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Featured BAME Speakers

Chris Gardner

The Inspirational Behind 'The Pursuit of Happyness' & Former Stockbroker

Stephen K Amos

Stand-Up Comedian, Television Personality & 3 x Chortle Award Nominee

Anita Asante

Defender Capped 71 Times for England & Ambassador for Show Racism the Red Card

Pauline Miller

Head of Culture for Lloyd's of London, Former Head of Diversity and Inclusion and Head of Talent Development and Inclusion

Mr Motivator

Motivational Fitness Instructor on GMTV Who Led The 'Keep Britain Fit in Lockdown' Campaign

Derek Redmond

Athletics Record Holder & Olympic Gold Medallist Who Made Headlines At The 1992 Olympic Games

How do I hire a BAME speaker?

To book a speaker specialising in racial equality and diversity for your event, simply contact The BAME Speakers Agency either by phone or our online contact form. From there, a member of our team will source a selection of speakers suited to your budget and brief. All you have to do is choose your favourite! We will then manage every element of the booking process, including travel, accommodation and contracts.

How much does a BAME speaker cost to book?

The cost of booking a speaker can differ depending on your requirements, as well as the speaker’s preferences, qualifications and experience. Whether you require a short Q&A panel appearance or an in-depth keynote speech, the cost of booking a speaker is directly tailored to your event’s needs. As such, the easiest way to find a speaker to suit your requirements is to contact an agency. We will supply a selection of options with your unique budget in mind.

Who are the best speakers for 2021?

The topics of race, culture and equality were brought to light in 2020, in the wake of the global Black Lives Matter protests. Advocates are continuing to highlight microaggressions and cases of discrimination that defined society for hundreds of years. The best speakers for your 2021 event are experts on race and diversity, who can arm your business with the knowledge needed to build more diverse teams.

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Take a look at some of our most recent clients who have booked talent for online and virtual events.
Royal Bank of Scotland
47 %
Of Millennials Consider Diversity When Looking for a Job
95 %
Higher Return on Equity With Diverse Executive Boards
35 %
Increase in Job Roles on Diversity and Inclusion
35 %
Better Performance by Racially Diverse Teams

With their first-hand experiences and valuable perspectives, these speakers aid business owners in their quest for inclusion.

Several studies have discovered the positive impact of diversity in the workplace, with one reporting that inclusive businesses are 35% more likely to perform at an elite level.

From the wellbeing of staff to your company’s potential for success, the countless benefits of racial diversity make our speakers immensely popular.

Key Dates For 2021

Celebrated on the 1st of March every year, Zero Discrimination Day is dedicated to ending inequality for people of colour. To inspire transformative action, the event encourages people to learn about racism and challenge discrimination in their everyday lives. Our BAME speakers are the ideal additions to such occasions, as their anecdotes empower all in attendance.  

On the 20th of March every year, Anti-Racism Day highlights the vital need for equality and understanding in the face of racial discrimination. Business leaders who recognise this day will send a clear message of support to their team, and encourage a culture of inclusivity. BAME speakers are the perfect orators for such corporate conferences. 

Black History Month, an annual event from the 1st to the 31st of October, recognises the role that Black activists and campaigners played in defining today’s society. As Black history is often neglected from educational curriculums, the month highlights events such as the civil rights movement and abolishment of slavery. Conferences arranged to commemorate Black History Month educate audiences on racial equality. 

International Day for Tolerance, which is recognised on the 16th of November, promotes a mutual understanding among people of all cultures and backgrounds. The event encourages acceptance in a world defined by discrimination, an essential topic at inclusion conferences and workshops. Our speakers supply valuable guidance on fostering a diverse yet inclusive workplace culture at events.