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ENSURE YOUR DIGITAL PRODUCTS AND SERVICES’ ACCESSIBILITY, AND FUTURE-PROOF YOUR BUSINESS
Join us for another inspirational session in beautiful Gothenburg, where we’ll bring together Nexer’s international accessibility expertise for a session of talks and discussions. You’ll hear insights from both the Swedish and UK public sectors, explore the latest trends and strategies and gain practical takeaways on helping your organisation embrace accessibility as a core principle – and deliver the best user experience for all.
As we look ahead to the coming 2025 European Accessibility Act, it’s crucial that organisations across Europe act now to ensure that their digital products and services are accessible. For businesses in the private sector, this means fulfilling specific accessibility requirements for services. That includes the provision of information about the service’s accessibility features and facilities, ensuring easy accessibility of websites and mobile devices, and implementing practices and policies that address the needs of people with disabilities.
We proudly present Elisabeth Aguilera, Chief Accessibility Officer at Arbetsförmedlingen, Shaun ConnerAccessibility Manager Monzo Bank, Danny Lancaster and Supreet Singh and Molly Watt, Accessibility leads at Nexer and Emma Urquhart, accessibility specialist as this evening’s inspirational speakers.
Date: 7th November
Time: 16:00 to 18:30
Where: Lindholmen Science Park at Lindholmspiren 5, Gothenburg
The host for the event
Malin Bryntesson is Head of Customer Experience at Nexer Maverick, with a deep-rooted passion for enhancing customer experiences through accessibility and innovation. With an extensive background spanning years in the industry, she has become a trusted leader known for her unwavering commitment to creating empathetic, accessible, inclusive, and innovative customer-centric solutions. She envisions a world where customer interactions are barrier-free, regardless of physical ability or technological expertise.
Danny Lancaster is Accessibility Lead at Nexer Digital. Driven by the ethos of the web being a platform for all, Danny’s role is multifaceted and includes accessibility advocacy and public speaking. Accessibility and inclusive design are fundamental in making a usable service that has the widest reach to all customers and audiences. Danny has a proven track record of effecting positive change by supporting organisations, delivery teams and their customers.
Emma Urquhart is an accessibility specialist at Nexer Digital with 15 years of experience in IT and digital accessibility. Living in Scotland, she originally hoped to become a mysterious cryptid to rival Nessie but was sidetracked by the need for better accessibility online and offline. Emma has seen massive changes in the accessibility space over the years and is thrilled to be able to move the conversation forward even further.
Elisabeth is Chief Accessibility Officer at Arbetsförmedlingen, the Swedish public employment service. With her extensive experience and expertise, Elisabeth plays a pivotal role in promoting accessibility in the public sector and has worked to create courage and awareness of the subject.
Shaun is a digital accessibility expert, currently working at Monzo Bank. Before Monzo, Shaun was accessibility lead at His Majesty’s Revenue and Customs and lead front-end developer at the NHS for twelve years. Shaun is passionate about inclusive, accessible services that anybody can use. For the past eight years, he has been creating accessible products in the public sector, leading accessibility teams, raising accessibility awareness and developing the capability to help organisations embed accessibility from the start.
Supreet is an accessibility lead and document expert at Nexer – making a significant impact in the digital world. With a wealth of experience in project management, web design, and content production, she brings wide-ranging expertise to create inclusive experiences.
Molly is an accessibility and usability consultant at Nexer Digital, where she consults on projects with clients including the NHS and Bupa. Molly has Usher Syndrome, a rare form of deafblindness, and knows first-hand how transformative assistive technologies can be. Molly is also an influential keynote speaker and has worked with prominent organisations including Spotify and Google sharing her experiences and advocating for accessibility.
7th November, 16:00 – 18:30
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