Promoting digital accessibility in Israel

Social Equality Minister Gila Gamliel, who also attended, promised to do all she could ‘to bridge the gap and make digitalization available to people with disabilities.

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November 23, 2016 17:45
PROMOTING DIGITAL ACCESSIBILITY IN ISRAEL

PROMOTING DIGITAL ACCESSIBILITY IN ISRAEL. (photo credit: TAMAR MATZAPI)

 
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Oren Sagi, general manager of Cisco Israel, Bank Hapoalim CEO and President Arik Pinto, IBM Israel CEO Rick Kaplan and Yuval Wagner, founder and president of Access Israel, were among dozens of leading business people who attended a conference at Bank Hapoalim headquarters in Tel Aviv this week on introducing digital accessibility to people with disabilities.

‘We launched our new mission to make Israel a tech-accessible country and a world leader in the field,’ said Wagner.

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Social Equality Minister Gila Gamliel, who also attended, promised to do all she could ‘to bridge the gap and make digitalization available to people with disabilities.’

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