Martyn Sibley - Speaker - By Promotivate Speaker Agency

Martyn Sibley

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Martyn Sibley

Influential British Conference Speaker on Disability & Diversity


United Kingdom

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Growing up with Spinal Muscular Atrophy, Martyn faced multiple personal challenges and successfully chased down many dreams. After gaining a degree in Economics and a master’s in marketing, Martyn started his career at a charity for disability rights. Following his love of blogging and social media, he quickly became a disabled influencer and has been voted regularly in the top 5 of the UK’s disability power 100 lists. He loves working in media and tourism for social change and is also a published author and podcast host to boot.

Martin Sibley in the more recent years he’s grown Disability Horizons magazine, co-founded Accomable (an accessible travel site that was bought by Airbnb), and Martyn recently co-founded the Purple Goat Agency. Purple Goat is the world’s first and only disability influencer marketing agency, working with brands like Tesco, Starling Bank, and Virgin Media to help them grow through the disability consumer market.

Past accomplishments include:

Martyn’s dedication has seen him voted Britain’s third most influential disabled person by ‘Power 100’.

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    Assistant Executive Officer, Disability Network Hounslow

  • Martyn Sibley ‘I recently attended the Scope National Campaigning Conference and your workshop and I want to say what an enjoyable, informative and inspiring event it was and I will look to contact you regarding campaigning in the future and since I’ve been keeping up to date with your blog which I think is a very good and I hope to start something similar soon.’
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  • Martyn Sibley “I thought the quality of information was very good, it made me have a different perspective on what barriers there are for a disabled young person and how they can be overcome.’
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