Articles tagged “accesiblilty”

Hotels

Marriott Deal With DOJ Signals Stricter Compliance With Accessibility Rules

The issues the U.S. Department of Justice raised with Marriott weren't particularly unique to the hotel operator and are actually pretty common in the industry. This deal might lead to sector-wide change regarding accessible rooms.

Marriott Deal With DOJ Signals Stricter Compliance With Accessibility Rules

News Blog

IDEAS: TUI to Offer British Sign Language Interpretation for Customers

TUI has announced a partnership with SignLive to provide customers with the option to have their conversations with the firm interpreted into British Sign Language (BSL). Credit: SHVETS production In order to use the service customers will need to sign up for free to SignLive, at which point they will be able to call TUI…

Skift Meetings

What Makes Events Truly Accessible

What does it really mean to plan an “accessible” meeting or event? While most commonly thought of as ensuring that facilities are accessible for wheelchairs, it’s more complex than that. It means anticipating and addressing a wide spectrum of needs among attendees and presenters, encompassing everything from dietary, hearing, vision, scent allergies, mobility, and much more.

What Makes Events Truly Accessible

Skift Meetings

Return to In-Person Events Highlights Accessibility Challenges

The return of in-person events has sparked a great deal of excitement, but not for all. New data suggests that virtual events have accessibility and inclusion benefits that cannot be ignored.

Return to In-Person Events Highlights Accessibility Challenges