Inclusive Innovations 2023: Top 6 Reasons To Join This Event on November 23rd
Tickets are limited, secure your free spot!
The European Edition of Inclusive Innovations (ININ) is right around the corner and we are calling all people passionate about accessibility, interested in technology and with ideas to share to join us. With international assistive tech disruptors joining forces with accessibility specialists and thought leaders, here are 5 reasons why you should be there:
1. Free, accessible and fun.
Yes, you read that right! ININ is free to attend and is 100% accessible. Your golden ticket to discovering and experiencing the break-through assistive technologies which are shaping our lives for the better, ININ is the perfect mix of workshops, presentations, tech demos and networking to learn, connect and have a good time.
2. Meet the Who’s Who of Accessibility.
ININ speakers include: Dr. Amit Patel (@BlindDad_Uk / BBC - Dog Squad), Robin Spinks (RNIB), Parham Doustdar (Booking.com), Jos Verbrugge (University of Amsterdam), Jonathan Ward (Thomas Poklington Trust) and Alice Burrows (Unilever). Hear their personal and professional views and experiences of putting innovation into action and ask your questions and have your say in our interactive Q&A session.
Here's a recent interview from the Blind Dad with Shivani Pau:
3. Be inspired.
From haptic guidance and tactile smartphone keypads to accessible QR codes and AI-powered smart glasses, accessibility never felt or sounded so good! Get a demo, meet the innovators and share your inspirations at the ININ networking tech fair.
4. Get involved.
Join a morning workshop to become a maker or an expert in the IAM Design Session or perhaps embrace App Accessibility with one of Holland’s most respected assistive technology experts, Jesse Wienholts.
5. Join the ININ community.
More than an event, ININ is a growing community of innovators, accessibility advocates and people who are blind and have low vision. Join us on the day to meet and make new friends and connections and become part of something great.
6. Bartiméus Fonds Innovation Challenge.
Witness the launch of the Bartiméus Fonds Innovation Challenge during ININ. The Dutch non-profit, that people who are blind or have low vision can fully be integrated in society by financially supporting third-party organisations. Perfectly partnered with ININ, join us as this exciting initiative takes flight to inspire the next generation of assistive technology innovators..
Tickets are limited, so don’t miss out. Sign up today and reserve your place at Inclusive Innovations 23 using this link.