Peter Switzer has been in business for over 20 years. A Financial Expert, Peter is a regular weekly columnist for Yahoo, contributor to the Australian Newspaper, Host of his own TV show Swizter and Grow Your Business and is a regular or 2GB radio. Equipped with all knowledge finance and business, Peter is a thought provoking speaker sharing insights and trends.
- Business Speakers
- Conference Facilitators and Moderators
- Economy and Finance Speakers
- Environmental and Sustainability Speakers
- Journalists and Current Affairs Speakers
- Leadership Speakers
- Master Of Ceremonies / MC
- Media Personalities
Testimonials for Peter Switzer
Peter, It was great to have worked with you – you really made the event come alive. I hope you enjoyed yourself. I know Steve Ballmer [CEO, Microsoft Corporation] did.
John Galligan, Director of Corporate Affairs & Citizenship, Microsoft Australia
Here’s a home truth, my only real education – or teacher who I actually ever listen to – is your interviews on Qantas. So thank you with sincere respect.
Sean Ashby, Co-Founder, AussieBum
Peter did a wonderful job on the night; keeping the program moving, working around changes to the run sheet, and ensuring each award recipient, and our sponsors, were made to feel welcome and important. The feedback received from those attending has all been extremely positive.
Peter Mace, General Manager NSW, Australian Institute of Export
Peter, We would like to congratulate you for performing your master of ceremonies role in such a professional, entertaining and informative manner. We were impressed by your ability to tease out each winner’s story so that the audience gained maximum benefit from their collective business experiences.
Greg Evans and Nicolle Flint, Directors, Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Excellent. Peter was fantastic – we could not have hoped for better. He was very highly evaluated by our delegates.
Australian Equipment Lessors Association
Excellent. Peter is fantastic! A very factual, highly knowledgeable man who has a great stage presence, keeps his audience captivated with up to date information…all with a great sense of humour.
Excellent. Light hearted, entertaining and a very pleasant manner and easy to deal with.
Fee Range: $10001 to $15000
Peter Switzer's Biography
Speaking Topics Include
Master of Ceremonies
Getting everything right to make more money
Being the proprietor of Switzer Financial Services (and a financial planner) he knows the industry and the people who need financial help. He owns an independent firm with no allegiances to any financial institution. He also writes money columns for The Australian, The Daily Telegraph and the Yahoo!7 Finance website, so he is right on the money with current finance topics. He has written five best-selling money books.
Taking your performance from good to great
This is Peter’s current small business speech, which is adaptable for corporate executives or sales teams. Not only does he look at what makes a great business performer, he analyses what you have to do to introduce real change into your lives. This presentation also looks at the characteristics of winning businesses and business performers, and outlines ways to understand your strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats in order to succeed, and what you have to do to effect maximum change.
Economics: In your face, humorous, accurate
Peter’s economic presentation is technically challenging, but being a former teacher and lecturer he actually explains the charts! He builds humour into the presentation, which is why television programs such as the ABC’s Midday Report and Today Tonight regularly use him to explain current economic conditions and decisions. Peter surveys the best economists in the country for a consensus view but sometimes backs the minority calls.
The carbon crunch
Derived from Peter’s latest book, The Carbon Crunch. With Australia and the rest of the developed world now getting on board the ‘green train’, Peter looks at what is emissions trading and how it will affect business. He not only shows the threats of the carbon crunch but also sheds light on the opportunities for lateral thinking businesses.