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The Future of Clothing

Victoria Founded Unhidden Clothing in 2017 as a socially responsible adaptive fashion brand for people with disabilities. Victoria has developed a ten piece collection for men and women which addresses as many access considerations as possible, from fastenings to fit, and from construction to fabric.

Be The Blessing

Doctor Rebecca is an Author, Counsellor and Coach. She’s never had a ‘9 to 5' job due to her poor physical health. Rebecca’s story is about recapturing a feeling of joy from her childhood while navigating her illness, which she views as a meandering detour.

Access all Areas

Zubee Kibria is the founder of Access My events: a consultancy business that aims to make events in the UK more accessible to disabled people.

I Exist

Marcia is the Founder of I Exist Clothing and True That. She has multiple sclerosis and is a wheelchair user. She is a passionate advocate for disabled people - her belief that disability does not define her shines through in all she does.

Levelling the Playing Field

Kush Kanodia is an experienced and influential social entrepreneur who has a portfolio career focusing on four main areas of activity – health and wellbeing, technology, sports and finally employment and entrepreneurship.

Sowing the Seeds of Success

Ellen Cole is the Founder of Little Seed Group. Ellen shares how a sudden redundancy turned out to be the push she needed to start her business, and how dyslexia is her super power that helps her think out of the box.

This Girl Is On Fire

Imali Chislett is the Founder of Inkfire Design - a graphic design, virtual assistance and copywriting agency. Inkfire is run entirely by disabled creatives based around the UK.

Fashion for Everyone

Alexandra is the world’s first runway model in a wheelchair. A business founder, wife and mother, Alexandra Kutas, tells us how London’s rain became the inspiration for her business and why she believes the future of fashion includes everyone.

Everything is Possible

Entrepreneur, author, speaker and podcaster, Martyn Sibley, tells us about his leap of faith, how living with a disability has made him a better entrepreneur, and why he feels optimistic about Generation Z. Martyn is the Founder of Purple Goat – the world’s only influencer-first disability marketing agency. The business works with influencers to connect brands to disabled consumers.

Top 6 tips for improving website accessibility.

A guide looking at what we mean when we refer to ‘website accessibility’ and why it’s an important thing to consider if you run a website.

Fitting the Pieces Together

Beth Kume-Holland is an award-winning social entrepreneur and the founder of Patchwork Hub, the tech startup and employment platform. She is a disability rights advocate, Harvard University Kennedy Scholar and Oxford University Graduate and has previously been employed as Audience and Market Insights Lead at Scope, the disability charity, as well as working as an analyst and researcher for the University of Oxford’s History Faculty and Citibank’s thought-leadership ‘Global Perspectives and Solutions’ series.

Putting the ability back into disABILITY

Joanna Baker-Rogers on Founding Busy Life and putting the ability back into disABILITY.