Introduction To Unlocking Accessibility

Discover the benefit of access and inclusion for your business, the value accessibility has as part of your pandemic recovery, and the impact that making your service accessible will have now and into the future.

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Flare Access present:

An Introduction To Unlocking Accessibility:

Learn how increasing the accessibility of your customer journey can help you increase revenue, grow customer numbers and establish your business as a leader in your industry, so you can open doors to this untapped market.

DATE AND TIME

Wednesday, 1st December 2021 8:30- 9:30 am AEDT.

A recording will be provided to those who register.

ONLINE

You will receive a secure Zoom link 24 hours before the webinar.

PRICE: FREE

 

Most organisations ignore their biggest value driver.

As a market the size of China, the Global Disability sector influences over $8 trillion in annual disposable income, which places them as the third-largest global economy.

No business can afford to turn away customers, and if you haven’t optimised your business to include the 20% of Australian’s who live with a disability it’s possible that you’re unknowingly losing a large segment of your market as the average business doesn’t offer an accessible service.

Learn the impact that making your service accessible will have on your business as part of your pandemic recovery plan and understand inclusive practices that are proven to reward businesses with growth, increased revenue and greater customer numbers.

Whether you’re a digital or brick and mortar business you can join this free webinar and get tips and strategies on how to incorporate inclusive practices throughout your customer journey.

In this exclusive webinar you’ll discover:

1.   How to tap into the third largest economy (and open your doors to customers who are craving to spend their money) by improving the access and inclusion of your service.

2.   Why you’re at risk of turning away over 30% of the population without realising it (and how you can attract 100% of the population to your business as part of your pandemic recovery plan).

3.    The key areas to focus on to increase accessibility (no matter what your budget), using my proven system- ‘Access & Inclusion Pathway To Purposeful Profit’, so you can open doors to customers and cash flow by doing good.

4.    The most impactful changes and inclusive practices to incorporate into your service so you can stand apart from the competition and lead your industry (at a time when everyone is clamouring for attention).

Commitment to increase inclusion for the disabled community will provide your business with a competitive advantage- attracting older people and young families (markets segments which are also growing in size).

Meet Your Host

Sarah O’Mara an Access Consultant, Occupational Therapist and Founder of Flare Access, with over 12 years experience in Australia and the United Kingdom.

Sarah partner’s with businesses to create an inclusive culture and accessible customer journey by implementing simple, low cost access solutions, so they can increase cash flow and become industry leaders.

Having previously consulted with Scenic World Blue Mountains, CommBank Stadium, Curtin University, University of Sydney and small businesses, Sarah supports organisations to establish themselves as leaders who make a profit whilst doing good.

Sarah is passionate about supporting businesses to break down barriers to accessibility, creating an inclusive society for disabled people, and economic growth for business at the same time.

Frequently Asked Question’s

Will I need to spend a lot of money to make my service accessible?

No, there are many low-cost access solutions that will help you offer an inclusive service.

Will I need to knock down walls or get the sledge hammer out to create an accessible service?

Not at all, there are many simple solutions that we will cover that don’t require you to knock down walls, that you can implement immediately. 

Do I already need to have accessible features like an accessible toilet in order to benefit from making my service more accessible?

No you don’t. Accessibility means something different to every person so even if you don’t think you can offer a fully accessible service, there are still many things you can add to your service to attract more customers that we will cover in this webinar.

Why do I need to offer an accessible service?

The Disability Discrimination Act 1992 (DDA) makes it unlawful to discriminate against a person, in many areas of public life, including using services and accessing public places, because of their disability. In addition to this, when you make your service accessible and inclusive, you can tap into a market worth over $54 Million dollars, increasing customer numbers and cash flow at the same time. 

I can't install an accessible toilet, is there any point to attending this webinar?

Yes, absolutely! As access means something different to every person, and it goes beyond accessible toilets or car parks. In this webinar, you’ll learn how to offer a more inclusive service and attract more customers as a result.

I have steps to access my venue, is it still valuable to addressing the accessibility of my service?

Yes, absolutely! As access means something different to every person, and it goes beyond level access. In this webinar, you’ll learn how to offer a more inclusive service and attract more customers as a result.

I run an online business, is this webinar relevant to me?

Yes it is! There are many areas to consider when offering an accessible online service to attract customers and get them clicking the ‘Buy Now’ button.

I would like more information about how to increase the access and inclusion of my organisation.

If you would like more information on the next steps for your business, key areas to focus on and how Flare Access can support you, follow this link to book in a free 30 mins chat with me. I’ll help you identify the next steps for yor buisiness so you can boost your bottom line and do good at the same time.

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