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Press Releases • Mar 04, 2013 09:49 GMT
Blue Badge Style, the first app and website guide to a stylish lifestyle for the less-physically-able, has launched its Pictorial Access Descriptions (PADs). The PADs will enable venues to reveal their facilities and access in style, showing that they can offer guests cool comfort, not just access statement compliance
The 'Discerning Less Able' Could Bring You Profits: Blue Badge Style Founder's Message In Hospitality Today Magazine
Press Releases • Jun 19, 2013 14:33 BST
Fiona Jarvis, founder of Blue Badge Style, the first app and website guide to a stylish lifestyle for the less-physically-able, has written an article for the June/July 2013 edition of Hospitality Today. The article focuses on the emerging and untapped market of disabled people within the hospitality industry and how it could be utilised more intelligently.
Access Is A Big Selling Point: Blue Badge Style founder, Fiona Jarvis, Featured In Caterer And Hotelkeeper
Press Releases • Jun 05, 2013 17:13 BST
Fiona Jarvis, founder of Blue Badge Style, the first app and website guide to a stylish lifestyle for the less-physically-able, has written an article for Caterer and Hotelkeeper on access as a selling point. In the article she speaks of the need for hotels to highlight some form of access statement on their websites and the fact that this could help them to attract less-physically-able guests.
Blue Badge Style Talk Accessible London At Digital Shoreditch: “Why Have I Got To Go To Court To Make Them Adhere To Regulations?”
Press Releases • Jul 18, 2013 12:03 BST
Blue Badge Style founder, Fiona Jarvis, talk at Digital Shoreditch where she spoke about the problems faced by the less-physically-able in London is now available online. She pointed to difficulties with public transport, building access and the general perception of less able people. Overall her message was that, although accessibility has come a long way, there is still a long way further to go.