Martyn Anstey

Strategy. Funding. Exits.

Martyn Anstey is an award-winning Entrepreneur, Investor, and Author responsible for building iconic brands on a global basis such as Huggies, Kleenex, Financial Times, Citroen, National Geographic, Wall Street Institute & Fox TV.

Martyn has also co-founded and/or lead 3 companies from inception to successful exits responsible for fundraising, corporate structuring, marketing, business development, global expansion and exit planning.

As Managing Director of Wall Street Institute, Martyn successfully increased the valuation and sold it to Carlye private equity firm.

As Head of Marketing APAC for Fox International and National Geographic Channels, Martyn led the strategic marketing for TV and digital media for Asia Pacific.

Holding senior positions at Financial Times Group, Martyn brought the Financial Times to the Asia region, launched the FT’s first Business-to-business brand, launched Europe’s first paid for subscription media website, and founded the Channel Marketing discipline across the Group.

Personally trained by Tony Robbins, Harv Eker, Chet Holmes, Steve Linder, Stephen Covey and Robert Kiyosaki, Martyn has also been Vice President at Tony Robbins and Chet Holmes Business Breakthroughs Consulting Division.

Today, Martyn is CEO of WeR1 Partners, an investment and advisory firm that partners with companies to fuel business growth in EBITA and valuation through strategy, innovation, investment and global expansion.

Martyn was one of a three-person expedition team for – the cycle ride from North Pole to the South Pole.
Martyn holds a First Class BSC Honors Degree in Business and Management Studies.