Businessman, Pilot and Lead Singer of Iron Maiden
With a captivating style, humour and wisdom, Bruce Dickinson's presentations entertain and motivate audiences.
Being lead singer of Iron Maiden is just one of Bruce’s many accomplishments. For starters he gained a commercial pilot’s licence after learning to fly in the 1990s. In 2012 he set up Cardiff Aviation, an aircraft maintenance company which has recently signed an agreement with the Djibouti government to help re-launch their national airline.
Bruce has invested in the world’s largest aircraft: a hybrid of a plane, balloon and hovercraft, the Airlander 10. If that wasn’t enough he has also created an aircraft fleet as a one-stop solution for airlines to use. On top of this, Bruce is also an accomplished international fencer.
Having overcome cancer in 2015, Bruce is writing his autobiography for release in 2017, crafting a limited edition beer, in addition to the two Trooper beers already in production and, oh yes, still touring globally with Iron Maiden, and flying the band’s 747 himself.
Iron Maiden has become an institution embodying fearless creative independence with a following that spans every culture and generation. Their latest album "The Book Of Souls" went straight to number 1 across the globe in 24 countries, becoming their fastest ever selling album.
His list of accomplishments seems endless and is continuously growing. He has been described as a polymath and, adding to his prodigious talents, he now brings together all his business creativity and experience and, as a speaker, shares it with corporate audiences, entertaining, inspiring and motivating them in keynotes around the world.