Inspirational speaker, inventor and entrepreneur, Marc Koska OBE took part in a short film made to accompany The Song for the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee as commissioned by The Secretary General of the Commonwealth, Kamalesh Sharma (Chair of the Commonwealth element of the Jubilee celebrations) and Lord Watson (head of the main working Group for the Diamond Jubilee celebrations) and sung by Laura Wright.

The film (just over three and a half minutes) features about 100 faces from around the Commonwealth as a montage of morphing head and shoulder portrait shots. 5 faces out of the 100 being well known throughout the Commonwealth -Sir Michael Caine, Sir Christopher Lee, John Hurt and Katie Piper and other faces are members of the public, of all ages and cultures from babies to 90+, from Commonwealth countries – with a good reason to be included. Marc was one of them!

All royalties from The Song, both from the writer and Universal/Decca, are going to the Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Trust - and both Universal and Decca will be putting their weight behind it to support funds being raised.

Marc was also delighted to be featured recently on the Maximise Potential site (nominated as the European Business Podcast of the Year).  He was interviewed about his work as a social entrepreneur, having invented the single use syringe to combat world health issues.

Marc is an excellent motivational speaker with a truly inspirational story ideal for leadership and team events:


" ...  I do hope that your recognition continues and that many more people hear your story and become inspired by it.  You should be a very proud man. Those who heard you speak would, or at least should, consider themselves privileged."
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