Helen creates and curates events, produces bespoke presentations, and delivers entertaining lectures for companies, agencies, and organisations across the arts and scientific sectors, in the UK and internationally.
Sample recent testimonials from corporate engagements:
"Helen delivered the AstraZeneca Christmas Lecture in December 2017 to an appreciative audience of 400 people.The presentation took a light-hearted look at the history of space flight and was delivered in totally engaging manner.
Helen took the diverse audience (both scientific and non-scientific background) on a historical journey which was educational, informative, surprising and great fun.
Our thanks go out to Helen for a great event, which received a universal positive response from those attending and we would happily recommend Helen."
"Your time and effort regarding SpiceWorld London 2016 was greatly appreciated. Our attendees really enjoyed your presentation – your session was the highest ranked from the MainStage with a score of 4.44 out of 5.
A few comments we received:
Helen Keen was awesome!
Bring back Helen next year.
Helen’s session was fun – keep the fun stuff."
"Definitely Recommended! We found Helen Keen to be a professional, creative joy to work with. Her charm and sense of humour truly helped to make the final day of the conference a success. She has a unique approach, the talk she gave was in a class of its own!"
"Helen was great and perfect for our audience, she was funny and kept everyone entertained throughout her talk, and was happy to chat with our delegates after the dinner as well. We had many compliments from delegates about her and how great she was. We would highly recommend her."
“Thank you for your wonderful presentation …thought provoking, entertaining and will stay with us..A great way of getting people to think about changing attitudes.
We really appreciate it, and are proud to have hosted you.”
“Helen is fantastic to work with, she knows what can make a really brilliant experience for the audience whilst also understanding the needs of researchers, especially when they are on stage in front of a live audience”