Access and inclusion

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Through our in-house disability and inclusion service, Maven, we seek to break down barriers while creating employment opportunities for people with disability.

Our disability inclusion experts – our Mavens – can work alongside your business to identify and remove the barriers to accessibility and inclusion.

Tailored disability awareness training
Physical premises accessibility reviews
Website and digital content accessibility user testing
Accessibility and inclusion reviews of policies and procedures
Disability Access and Inclusion Plans
Communities of practice
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A person interacting with Maven's virtual agent on a laptop

Our aim is to change the way society views people with disability. 

17.7% of the Australian population identifies as having a disability, with 2.1 million Australians with disability being of working age. Some 71% of these people will leave a website if it is difficult to navigate.

People with a disability are more loyal to brands and only 50% are satisfied with their buying experience. More than half (54%) will spend more money in restaurants and stores that have made an effort to be accessible and welcoming. The spending power of these customers represents 10% of total online spending.

Want to know more?

Contact info@mavenweknow.com or (08) 7120 8400 to speak with our access and inclusion experts.

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