Nathan Strempel

$3,500-$5,000
Australia - Vic

Nathan Strempel is one of Australia’s most engaging and dynamic Master of Ceremonies and Event Hosts. With ten years of corporate entertainment experience behind him, Nathan is an expert at engaging a crowd and quickly developing rapport with his audiences.

Meticulous preparation, quick wit and the ability to keep an event on track while simultaneously adapting to last minute changes make him one of Australia’s most sought after MC’s with a long list of loyal clients.

His portfolio of work is extensive, having hosted conferences, corporate events and gala dinners for some of Australia’s most respected organisations, including Telstra, Samsung, Allianz, Diageo, Lion, The Starlight Foundation, Duke of Edinburgh and a wide range of other corporates, charities, councils and sporting organisations.

A safe pair of trusted hands for your most important event, Nathan’s versatility ensures he is perfect for a wide range of events, from MC’ing black tie corporate events to facilitating a panel discussion and hosting lighter, more dynamic events with full crowd interaction, pre-event red carpet interviews and everything in between.

He is well known as the game day host for Richmond Tigers AFL games, Melbourne City FC Soccer, Melbourne Rebels Rugby, Melbourne Renegades T20 Cricket, Melbourne United Basketball and a raft of other high profile, large-crowd spectaculars, regularly capturing the crowd’s attention at the MCG, Etihad Stadium, Rod Laver Arena, Hisense Arena and AAMI Park.

Nathan enjoys a regular media presence across a variety of radio and TV, with roles including commentating NBL Basketball for Channel 10, regular appearances on Melbourne’s sports radio station 1116SEN, being a part of Foxtel’s 2012 Olympic coverage as Samsung's dedicated Australian reporter for the London Olympics and hosting AFL TV show ‘Playin’ the Game’ alongside AFL Hall of Famer Wayne Carey and Mick McGuane.

Nathan is an ambassador for Pingpongathon, Autism SA, CARA and Craniofacial Australia, and in 2008 was a finalist for the Pride of Australia Medal as a result of his work with youth. In 2009 he was nominated for the Young South Australian of the Year, and in 2011 was the Australian delegate to the Duke of Edinburgh International Gold Experience.

Testimonials

It was so great having you as a part of our event, you took the professionalism of our Conference to a whole new level, and I really appreciated how much effort you made to personalise your messages to the audience – a true professional!
Northern Territory Medicare

Thank you for facilitating our recent Youth Symposium, the feedback from the event has been extremely positive. Students and teachers are still buzzing after the event and you were a huge part of that. We can’t wait to see the positive outcomes from this and to use you again in the future.
Digital Queensland

You did a great job hosting our Grand Final breakfast, thank you, you did so much more than just being the MC. Thank you so much for everything - I have been singing your praises ever since.
Richmond Football Club

Nathan came loaded with energy and engagement. He was well researched and prepared and very interactive. We conducted a survey straight after the event, and the feedback from the attendees on Nathan was great!
- Luke Borg, Managing Director, Judd Farris Recruitment

Nathan, what can I say, we love you! You made the night run so smoothly, we put a lot of work into the run sheet and the scripts for the night and we appreciate all the tweaks that you did to make it perfect. Truly, you made us look good! There was a real camaraderie in the air, everyone felt like they were part of the experience – and that was your doing! You encouraged everyone and really kept the celebration going. Having you as part of our ‘team’ for the awards dinner has been the best decision we have made. I sincerely mean that.
- Kellie Davidson, Event Manager & Professional Development Coordinator, Surveying & Spatial Sciences Institute (SSSI) Gala Dinner

Thanks for your amazing contribution last night hosting our MVP dinner. The feedback has been awesome since – everyone had a great night and you did a wonderful job. Thanks for everything and hope we get to work together again soon.
Dandenong Rangers Basketball Club

 

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