Keynote speaker in ADHD Entrepreneurship & Business | Phil Drinkwater

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Keynote speaker on ADHD, particularly in Business

I’m an ADHD Small Business Owner. 

I train other ADHD founders in business and particularly the challenges ADHD individuals uniquely face.

I welcome opportunities to talk on this topic. 

Why is there so much interest in ADHD within the business community?

Over the last 5 years, there has been a significant amount of extra interest in ADHD.

Social media and mental health focus have allowed individuals to question whether they might be ADHD.

With sources quoting that somewhere between 40% and 80% of entrepreneurs being ADHD, the impact on the world of this knowledge is immense!

What do I talk about exactly as a speaker?

As a business coach, I’m very aware of the challenges that ADHD individuals face when they’re running a business.

I aid them in moving past their challenges.

These are my particular interest areas, but I may be able to talk on related subjects.


I’m a business owner who grew an online company from zero to £15million in sales.

I’m also ADHD, and when I discovered this, I went on a journey of learning how to handle ADHD more effectively.

I’m one of a very few ADHD Business Coaches worldwide.

ADHD individuals offer and deliver so much to the world, but we struggle to live in a neurotypical world.

Just simple day to day tasks like emptying the dishwasher are impossibly hard (yes really!).

So imagine what it’s like building a business?

I want to make life easier for neurodiverse founders.

I could tailor a speech to fit the needs. It could be anything up to an hour long.

Yes, I’d be happy to take questions from the audience.

Typical UK engagements are around £1200 plus expenses. For Europe and further afield, please get in touch.

Yes, I could do an online Zoom or Google Meet session, instead of an in person meeting.

Being ADHD it’s hard for me to remember what I want to talk through, so I’d need to have the ability to read from slides or notes.

Ideally, I’d provide slides which I will talk through, and I’d have access to AV systems to see these slides, but I’m perfectly OK having a laptop too.

Most definitely, yes. I’m very effective at understanding the needs of an audience and focusing on how to engage most effectively for them.

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