“How to Build the Business Case for Customer Accessibility”
Wednesday, Sept. 26 | 1:00- 2:00pm EDT
Exclusive to Disability:IN Corporate Partners; Registration deadline: Sept. 24
During this webinar, Fidelity Investments will share their journey in building a strong business case that led to the creation of an office dedicated to strategy around customer accessibility. They will present how they articulated the opportunity internally and the elements that led to their success in establishing the office.
- The importance of having an active strategy for assuring accessibility for customers and clients with disabilities
- What elements are essential in a strong business case
- Who are the key internal partners and how to engage them to achieve your objective.
Not a Disability:IN Corporate Partner? Good news- partnerships are now open. Email Liz at Liz@DisabilityIN.org for more information.
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