Are you challenged when it comes to communicating your company’s message in an inclusive way? Do you struggle when it comes to truly connecting with the more elusive part of your audience? Our group training and 1-on-1 coaching sessions are here to help!
How much are you leaving on the table?
If there was an untapped multi-billion-dollar market, would you want to know about it? Would you want to know if you were inadvertently blocking those consumers from doing business with you? Would you try to get ahead of your competitors by servicing those they’re not?
That untapped market exists and is well within your reach. We are talking about Canadians living with disabilities. And it’s no niche market either: with one out of every five Canadians living with a disability, these people represent a purchasing power worth $55 billion annually*. If you think retooling your message to be fully accessible to this market is cost-prohibitive, consider the cost of not doing anything about it.
Every year, businesses leave millions of dollars on the table due to lost opportunities caused by failures in reaching out to their audience effectively. What are you willing to do about it?
*https://occ.ca/inclusivity-and-accessibility-a-smart-business-decision/ Opens in new window
Group Bootcamp Training
Role-Based Group Training
1-on-1 Coaching & Mentoring
Accessible Content Creation
Based on 20 years of experience supporting businesses from around the world on various platforms (digital, print, live stage, etc), our instructor-led, participant-centered training sessions can help your teams bridge gaps in communication, so your message comes across more efficiently, and reaches up to 40% more people.
Our 1-on-1 Coaching provides a highly personalized and flexible approach to expanding the reach of your message and impact of your communication strategies, so they are more inclusive. We tackle specific accessibility challenges, and provide practical guidance to help you reach the next level.
Did you know?
According to the American Institutes for Research (AIR), the total after-tax disposable income for working-age Americans with disabilities is about $490 billion, which is similar to that of other significant market segments, such as African Americans ($501 billion) and Hispanics ($582 billion).