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Daniel Biddle

Daniel Biddle

Daniel Biddle is the most seriously injured survivor of the 7/7 terrorist attacks on London 2005, he has gone on to try and fight for disability equality, diversity and inclusion.

As a result of that day, Daniel suffered horrific life-changing injuries. These injuries include the loss of both legs, his left eye, his spleen and a catalogue of other life-threatening injuries.

Standing 2 feet away from the suicide bomber, Daniel has a very clear recollection of everything that happened from the second the bomb was detonated to the horrific aftermath whilst trapped in the tunnel of Edgware Road. Since that horrific day, Daniel has battled severe Post Traumatic Stress Disorder on a daily basis whilst striving to rebuild his life and becoming a successful Entrepreneur.

Daniel constantly demonstrates that despite horrendous things happening to a person, it does not mean that they have to say goodbye to their hopes, dreams and aspirations. He is a very keen and able speaker who will have the audience gripped and on the edge of their seats with his story.

Key messages include:

  • Equality and Diversity and the positive impact of embracing disability.
  • Overcoming adversity.
  • Adapting to life with a disability.
  • communication in business.
  • Embracing change.
  • Maintaining positivity
  • Determination to succeed.
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‘Daniel was an incredibly engaging and fascinating speaker to have in. The audience absolutely loved his talk as well – in particular, people mentioned that they felt he was very frank and open about his experiences, and they appreciated his willingness to answer questions honestly. There were moments in his talk when you could have heard a pin drop, which is always a good sign’

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Image copyright: Image © Daniel Biddle

  • Price Range:

    £1,000 - £4,999

    Price based on UK delivery

  • Categories:

    Diversity & Inclusion, Inspiration, Motivation

  • Topics:

    Change, Inspirational, Overcoming Adversity

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