The recent Disability Summit hosted by the NHS Confederation, was successfully held on the VenuIQ platform. In a recent press release, VenuIQ said that their software was customised for the event to ensure the their platform was compliant with the Disability Act, which included screen reading and British Sign Language interpreters.
Gemma Critchley, event manager for the NHS Confederation, said:
This was our first time taking the Disability Summit virtual due to Covid restrictions, and it was vital for us to still ensure the event was fully accessible and Disability Act compliant.
The VenuIQ team were extremely helpful and went above and beyond to understand and deliver on what we were trying to achieve.
With the inclusion of the Browsealoud software and BSL interpreters, visually and hearing impaired delegates could participate fully in the event.
Oliver Rowe, co-founder of VenuIQ, said…
Throughout the pandemic, businesses around the globe looked for ways to ‘pivot’ their events to virtual, otherwise they risked having to cancel them altogether.
The Disability Summit is an important annual event for NHS Employers and we wanted to help the team deliver the event as planned, but in a virtual capacity.
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