Howe I built this: a meetup with DisabilityTech entrepreneurs of Boston

Three Boston-based entrepreneurs improving accessibility for people with disabilities talk with Howe Innovation Center's Executive Director, Sandy Lacey

Sandy Lacey, Executive Director of the Howe Innovation Center at Perkins, moderated this engaging panel discussion, hosted by a11yboston.

Watch this video (or read the accessible transcript) for insight from Sandy as well as three remarkable, Boston-based entrepreneurs who are building products and services that increase accessibility for people with disabilities.

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And of course, we want to hear your ideas. We want to know what you’re seeing out in the world – the opportunities, the challenges, and the potential intersections for innovation and accessibility. Have something to say? Contact us at [email protected].

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