Accessiblity and Inclusivity Consulting from InHu

We help your business improve its inclusivity and accessibility

We turn your inclusivity and accessibility into profitability

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InHu, a different approach and attitude towards accessibility and inclusivity.

More than 1 in 6 people in the UK have some form of impairment.

Let that sink in for a second, nearly 20% of the population have an impairment that affects how they interact with your website, staff, premises, marketing materials etc.

Most companies treat accessibility and inclusivity as a legal requirement, a part of social responsibility or don’t even discuss it as they are unaware of the problem! This makes accessibility an after-thought, a burden or a ‘nice to have’ for most businesses.

This attitude means that most businesses do not see accessibility and inclusion like InHu does. We see it as a massive opportunity for your business, letting you access a large market that most of your competition are ignoring while also improving our society, a true win-win!

We help you make accessibility improvements that coincide with your natural business processes to minimise costs and maximise the work we can do within your budget.

More importantly we then help you market your improvements to the disabled community, making sure that new customers get to enjoy your services and that you get a great return on your investment.

See How We Turn Inclusivity Into Profitability

6.1 MILLION People in the UK have an impariment that affects how they interact with your Website

The majority of web designers do not understand how to code and design a website to make it accessible. For this reason:-

  • 99.3% of websites have at least one accessibility issue that can negatively impact the experience of a person with a disability and reduce their opinion of a brand.
  • 71% of websites have accessibility issues so severe that disabled users leave and go elsewhere to make a purchase.

Odds are you are one of the Businesses in the UK that have an inaccessible website. Are you missing out on £16 billion every year in online spending by people with disabilities?

It is also a legal requirement that your website is accessible under the Equality Act 2010. Your business could be at risk of being sued for discrimination (something that has gathered a lot of momentum in America in the last 2 years and is just starting to happen in the UK).

Business & Customer Benefits

InHu, a different approach and attitude towards accessibility and inclusivity.

More than 1 in 6 people in the UK have some form of impairment.

Let that sink in for a second, nearly 20% of the population have an impairment that affects how they interact with your website, staff, premises, marketing materials etc.

Most companies treat accessibility and inclusivity as a legal requirement, a part of social responsibility or don’t even discuss it as they are unaware of the problem! This makes accessibility an after-thought, a burden or a ‘nice to have’ for most businesses.

This attitude means that most businesses do not see accessibility and inclusion like InHu does. We see it as a massive opportunity for your business, letting you access a large market that most of your competition are ignoring while also improving our society, a true win-win!

We help you make accessibility improvements that coincide with your natural business processes to minimise costs and maximise the work we can do within your budget.

More importantly we then help you market your improvements to the disabled community, making sure that new customers get to enjoy your services and that you get a great return on your investment.

Business & Customer Benefits