Achieve your accessibility goals

Get ahead in terms of inclusion, diversity, equity and accessibility. Roll out an inclusive and relevant strategy that will have a concrete impact on your company.

Accessibility may be on everyone’s lips (and hands), but implementing it in your organization can be complicated. For everyone? Now? With what budget? If Rome wasn’t built in a day, accessibility can also be envisaged in several stages. The key is to surround yourself with competent, concerned people.

The Eversa team offers consultation sessions (by the hour or on a fixed-price basis) to support you in your project. Several options are available to meet your objectives, budget and schedule.

Are you ready to be part of the change? We look forward to meeting you!

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of Deaf and hard of hearing respondents suggested they are more likely to do business with companies that have Deaf employees

(Source: Communication Services of the Deaf, 2020).


stated they were more inclined to do business with companies that provide interpretation services in sign language

(Source: Communication Services of the Deaf, 2020).


of consumers would buy goods and services from a company that takes measures to ensure easy access for persons with disabilities on its premises

(Source: National Business and Disability Council, 2017).