They are helping us make the inaugural Accessible & Inclusive Tourism Conference in the Asia-Pacific possible.
OZeWAI is an association of volunteers working to make the information world more inclusive. It was the first such organisation in Australia and has been a leading initiative in the field for more than 20 years, introducing many developers and managers to the need for accessibility, the means by which it can be promoted, and a supportive network of concerned practitioners.
As a 100% customer-owned mutual (and social enterprise), the mission of SERVICE ONE is to provide their Members with competitive financial services and products and to support the communities within which their Members live and work through the encouragement of sustainable social enterprises.
As the destination marketing organisation for the ACT, VisitCanberra is responsible for promoting Australia’s capital, Canberra, and the surrounding region to domestic and international visitors. Explore a city full of passionate locals, hidden collections and unexpected gems. Find more than you came for and discover something different in Canberra.
Ohayo Travel Corporation, Tokyo, is a travel agent primary for people having difficulty in travelling due to age, disabilities, etc. They make unique travel plans just for you, arrange all necessary equipment, transportations, accommodations, and physical support upon request so that you can travel and stay comfortably throughout the trip in Japan.
Founded in 2003 by Glenn Keys AO, Aspen Medical is an Australian-owned, multi award-winning, global provider of guaranteed and innovative healthcare solutions across a diverse range of sectors and clients. In just over a decade they have become the world leader in the delivery of healthcare solutions in any setting, particularly those that are remote, challenging or under-resourced. They offer their clients a tailored and flexible service wherever it is needed, from a single paramedic to a full spectrum solution.
Making travel fun & safe for travellers of all abilities! Destination Everywhere uses its acquired expertise to support companies on how to communicate with the public with disabilities. They are able to consult and deliver any project on inclusive travel and communication, thanks also to their wide network of partners and experts around the globe.
Conceived and developed by The Disability Opportunity Fund, The Schoolhouse Hotel will be built in 2021 with a focus on community. Located in White Sulphur Springs it’s the town’s first full-service boutique hotel. This exciting project will transform the former historic WSS High School into a hub for the community and visitors alike. The Schoolhouse Hotel will showcase the best in West Virginia hospitality and lodging in a completely inclusive atmosphere.
At Travel Without Limits, we are proud to have contributors with lived experience from across the world bringing our readers stories from their travels. Style of travel, budgets and challenges when travelling may vary between contributors, but each has a passion for travel and a determination to make it happen. We cover stories on sensory friendly experiences, wheelchair accessibility, vision and hearing to name a few.
Great partner of GetAboutAble Accessible Travel Marketplace, YouLi offers easy Group Travel Management Software for trip planners of all sizes. Thanks to their tool, small tour operators (re)launch in days, not weeks and travel agencies scale with automated back office operations.
Humanitix is AITCAP ticketing platform and there are very good reasons why! Not only is it an excellent technical platform for any type of event, Humanitix is also registered charity so booking fees cover costs, and everything else goes to their education projects. Humanitix also makes it its mission to help make every event accessible to all people with disabilties by building the appropriate tools and resources.
Disability Horizons magazine is an online disability lifestyle publication that aims to give disabled people a voice. Founded by two disabled guys in 2011, Disability Horizons publishes articles on a wide variety of topics, all to support the aim of a world where disabled people live exactly as they choose to. All articles are sourced directly from our community of readers, making Disability Horizons a lifestyle publication about disabled people, for disabled people. Articles span topics from technology, relationships, sports, employment and travel.
AITCAP is an event raising awareness on the importance of accessible & inclusive travel and showcasing businesses championing change. Aiming to improve the way the industry caters for travellers with accessibility needs, it will connect the travel & leisure sector to a huge and under-served market worth more than $ 10 billion dollars in Australia alone and growing 3 times faster than the rest of the tourism market.
AITCAP ran virtually across the 4 Thursdays of May 2021 with an incredible panel of 40+ high-profile speakers.
In 2019, we organised a crowdfunding campaign that raised $ 20,000 AUD to launch the first Asia-Pacific accessible & inclusive tourism conference and expo. Due to COVID-19, we had to delay the event and we went fully virtual. Crowdfunders have been by our side since the very beginning and helped reimagine the event in that new format to make it always more accessible and attractive. They are the reason the Accessible & Inclusive Tourism Conference in the Asia-Pacific can finally launch to increase the momentum in the region!