Everything started in Lisbon
At that moment, I realized that willingness to help is not enough, we need a common language about accessibility that we all understand and speak. I decided to do it”
Access4you founder, CEO
wheelchair user for 15 years
The common language: Certified accessibility information
1 in 4 adults need accessibility information to navigate their everyday lives
But everyone benefits from accessibility: people with strollers, the elderly with limited mobility, and also persons with temporary disabilities due to an accident or surgery, even those carrying heavy luggage.
Our online database of accessible locations is available for everyone for free
“Thanks to Access4you, I don't experience my disability as a barrier”
Vivien Nagy (27) Access4you mobile application user, wheelchair user for 11 years
Good for business, benefit for society
Certified accessibility information helps companies in many ways:
- It brings measurable S into the ESG strategies.
- Being more available and inclusive means more costumers, and more tenants while it elevates brands with real social impact.
- It can also address labor shortages and improve employee retention.