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Bridging Gaps in DisabilityTech: Insights from Howe Innovation Center

Sandy Lacey and the hosts of Access Tech Live discuss the DisabilityTech market, and how the Howe Innovation Center is working to break down barriers for entrepreneurs

During the CES conference, Sandy Lacey, Executive Director of the Howe Innovation Center, joined Access Tech Live hosts Steven Scott and Marc Aflalo for a conversation about the challenges that entrepreneurs face in the DisabilityTech space.

They dive deep into the hurdles of finding customers for market research to the intricacies of user testing and the critical role of co-designing with the disability community to foster an innovation ecosystem that unites startups, investors, academia, and government agencies.

(Closed captioning and a transcript are available on the YouTube recording.)

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