Can customers easily access your business? Perhaps some can’t and so they don’t even bother to come . It does happen.
In the aftermath of Covid-19, supporting and attracting new customers will be vital to future prosperity. With an increase focus on the domestic market, there has never been a better time to ensure business venues are accessible and inclusive to all potential customers.
75% of people with a disability – and not just people in wheelchairs, visually impaired people, deaf people and hidden disabilities such as autism – have walked away from a business because it could not cater for their needs.
We want to help you for free to open up to new markets and one in particular, in which £249 billion is spent by the UK’s 20 million disabled people and their carers.
Our free, 45-minute online webinar will cover:
- Accessibility of venues
- Barriers people with disabilities face when accessing businesses in person
- Practical Tips – and often free, such as decluttering aisles to customer service to signs and counter height – how to welcome and support more disabled people
- How to implement social distancing measures without disadvantaging disabled customers – from queuing systems to control barriers and signage and facemasks
Details of how to book will be here in the coming weeks