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    Hacking services: supporting online accessibility

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    The Unlocking Accessibility Series: A four part workshop series supporting businesses to learn about the value of inclusion. 

    WORKSHOP 3: 

    Hacking services: supporting online accessibility

    Right now most businesses need to adapt to COVID-19 by going online. 

    If your online services are not accessible for those with disabilities, you are massively limiting your customer base, and losing out on a $54 million market. 

    In this workshop learn simple strategies that businesses can implement (regardless of your budget) to create an inclusive online service. These quick wins will have a massive impact and accelerate your credibility in this space. 

    This workshop will cover:

    - inclusive content
    - website optimisation
    - supported payment systems
    - alternative communication methods


    About the Series:

    A four part workshop series supporting businesses to learn about the value of inclusion. 
    No business can afford to turn away customers, but 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. 

    In this series you’ll discover:
    1.  How to tap into the third largest economic power in the world by improving the access and inclusion of your service.
    2.  The keys areas to focus on to increase accessibility (without spending a fortune), using my proven system- 'Access & Inclusion Pathway To Purposeful Profit', so you can get more customers clicking that ‘Pay Now’ button and do good at the same time.
    3. The secret to standing out from the competition and get people talking about you for all the right reasons.
    About The Speaker: 

    Sarah O'Mara, Founder of Flare Access

    Sarah O’Mara is an Access & Inclusion Consultant, Occupational Therapist and Founder of Flare Access with over a decade of experience in Australia and the United Kingdom. Sarah works with businesses to increase cash flow and become industry leaders by creating inclusive and accessible customer journeys using simple, low cost strategies.

    Having worked with the likes of Scenic World, Bankwest Stadium, small businesses and events, Sarah has helped organisations establish themselves as leaders who make a profit while doing good. Sarah uses her signature system, ‘Access & Inclusion Pathway To Purposeful Profit’, to open doors to new and repeat customers and create inclusive cultures whilst increasing cash flow.

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