We are proud to announce that Recite Me is a sponsor for the Assistive Technology Conference 2017, which takes place at the University of Salford in May.
At the conference, assistive technology experts will explain how ground-breaking innovations can close the disability employment gap to the benefit of both workers and employers.
Assistive technology can be a massive boost for the economy
According to the charity Scope, investing in assistive technologies and helping one million more disabled people into work could boost the UK economy by up to £45 billion.
Because of the clear business benefits, it is worth attending the conference to explore assistive technologies with industry experts.
See the latest assistive technology face-to-face
If you attend you will also get the chance to get up close to some of the very latest assistive technology.
You will learn how it can empower disabled people to be more independent and improve the quality of life for those with long-term health conditions.
And that’s where Recite Me comes in.
Hear from Recite Me’s CEO
As well as sponsoring the event, Recite Me’s founder and CEO, Ross Linnett, will also be giving a speech on ‘empowering disabled people by assistive software to access the web content they want how and when they want it.’
Ross will deliver a simple message: there is web accessibility software that can help everyone access web content in a way that works for them.
This has enormous benefits for disabled people as well as employers who want to tap into disabled talent to nurture potential and create more inclusive workforces.
Try our Recite Me for yourself
There will also be a chance to have a live demo of Recite Me in order to understand how it works, as well as a chance to ask questions to Ross and other members of the Recite Me team.
Book your ticket before they sell-out
To find out about the latest developments in assistive technology book your place at the conference now – but be quick, at the time of publishing there were only 16 conference tickets left. Look sharp!