M-Enabling Summit 2022 | Digital Inclusion: Strategies for Equal Opportunities, October 24-26, 2022
Africa, Americas, Asia-Pacific, Assistive Technology, Built Environment, DIAUD Network, Disaster, Europe, Events, Global, ICT, Middle East, Misc., News, Tourism, Transportation, Universal Design, June 24 2022
Attracting leading advocates, corporate executives and accessibility professionals involved in digital inclusion, the M-Enabling Summit is an all-inclusive conference and showcase offering rich networking opportunities, fostering innovative technology that benefits more than one-billion Persons with Disabilities and an expanding population of aging adults globally.
With its theme of “Digital Inclusion: Strategies for Equal Opportunities,” the 2022 M-Enabling Summit, in celebration of its 10th anniversary, will explore the latest innovations and major trends in business, government and education that are accelerating the pursuit of universal accessibility for digital products, contents, and services. Convened annually in Washington, D.C., the M-Enabling Summit brings together key decision makers from all sectors facilitating unique exchanges, collaborations, solutions-sharing and thought leadership activities.
The 2022 M-Enabling Summit features panel discussions, open conversations with disrupters in digital inclusion, instant polls, networking meetups, brainstorming and live debates among advocacy leaders, business executives, and technology providers. M-Enabling Summit registered participants will have on demand access to key session recordings, research reports, and other materials post-Summit.
On day three of the Summit, the International Association of Accessibility Professionals (IAAP) will host a thought leadership Expert Forum on strategies to scale up digital accessibility implementations.
The M-Enabling Summit is committed to working with the venue, service providers, and vendors to a “health safety first” approach throughout all phases of event production and onsite execution. Health safety protocols will be updated periodically, based on applicable CDC and local authorities’ recommendations for public meetings.