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e-Access 12: Technology for all

28th Jun 2012

Location: 1 Victoria Street, Westminster

Time: 09:00 - 16:45

e-Access 12 is the UK's leading conference on the design, access and use of technology - websites, smartphones, tablet computers and software - for disabled people and for everyone.

In the internet age, every organisation is a technology organisation.

From computers to smartphones and the web, your employees use technology and your customers or service users do as well. With millions in the UK affected by some form of disability, from dyslexia to mobility problems, no organisation can afford to be using technology that is not as accessible as possible. And there is a legal requirement for reasonable access.

Whatever stage you are at with your thinking on 'e-accessibility', our conference will help, from practical advice on where to start to more detailed discussion groups to hone expertise.

Our line-up is unrivalled. This year's programme is in development but speakers last year included government minister Ed Vaizey as well as representatives from AbilityNet; Adobe Systems; BBC; British Standards Institution; City University London; Equality & Human Rights Commission; European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI); Google; Lloyds Banking Group; London 2012; Microsoft; Middlesex University; Olympic Delivery Authority; University of Hertfordshire and the University of Southampton.

We think all users and citizens should be able to benefit from all goods, products and services. It makes sense from every angle: business, equality and government. Has your organisation got it covered?

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