March 18th, 2020 | 3pm GMT, 10am EST
As in all area of marketing, accessibility and inclusivity on your website are good for business- boosting revenue, market share and customer loyalty.
Globally, 15% of people have a recognized disability and brands could open up a £5.9tn opportunity by creating a culture of inclusive design and delivering accessible digital experiences. New regulations also make accessibility and inclusivity a no-brainier when it comes to reducing legal risks.
In the Econsultancy webinar, sponsored by Texthelp, we’ll look at the case for building accessible and inclusive websites and advice for how to do it.
- How to create a culture of inclusive design
- Optimising your digital products for better accessibility
- How the NHS doubled its online traffic through improved accessibility
- Why most people will pay more when brands are committed to inclusion
- Why accessible and inclusive design ends up benefiting all users, not just those with disabilities
If you are looking to optimise your online presence, improve brand reputation, and boost bottom line by building more inclusive marketing and digital experiences please register.
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