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Steven Woodgate


A creative, curious and collaborative marketer and accessibility advocate leading the charge on creating an inclusive culture. I believe technology elevates and enhances education, employment and creativity for billions around the world, especially the 1 billion people with disabilities.

I offer extensive consumer and commercial experience in product and software marketing, driving strategic initiatives and ROI.

Notable awards:
- Shortlisted for 'Young Marketing Leader of the Year' by The Marketing Society 2018.
- Spoke at Marketing Week Live, AdWeek Europe and D&AD Festival about Technology and Accessibility.
- 2014 Scholar of the Marketing Academy.
- Two speaking slots at Ad Week 2017 focusing on the importance of creativity with data
- Member of the ISBA Digital Action for future media digital development & DMA Judge
- Voted in the top 70 of the upcoming ‘Social Media stars of the future’
- Spoke at the International Business Festive in Liverpool in front of 450 people and at the Roundhouse for - Youth Marketing Summit 2016 around marketing trends
- Contributed an essay discussing ‘Influencer Marketing’ for ‘Understanding Digital Marketing:
Marketing Strategies for Engaging the Digital Generation’. Printed and distributed in over 50 counties worldwide.
- Distinction in my PR Master’s with my dissertation: ‘Tweeters, Twits or Twats: UK sport stars’ use of social media and issues around reputation management’
- Volunteered for UNICEF’s Soccer Aid, Media Trust & was a Board Advisor for Women Sport Trust
- Winner and contributor to a series of industry awards, ranging from: Drum’s OOH awards, Two CIPR Golds, Young Communicator of the Year, MAA Best in Content Award, European Sponsorship Award, PR Week B2B Campaign award plus many others relating to industry.
- Nominated for awards at Cannes Lion and D&AD

Aug. 9, 2021

Neurodiversity and Invisible Disabilities as Superpowers with Steven …

Our guest today is Steven Woodgate. Steven chats with Martyn about his personal experiences with dyslexia and how he turned those…

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