Success for your business, better everydays for 15% of the population
Access4you certification helps not only people with special access needs but supports property owners and companies to gain insights into their building’s accessibility and also to reach their business and ESG goals.
Good for business, benefit for society.
Increase your property value and gain a competitive advantage
Be available for more costumers, clients and tenants
Elevate your brand with real social impact
Gather insights into your venue’s accessibility
Overcome labor shortages and encourage return-to-office
Bringing measurable S into your ESG
We are global
1000 assessed venues in 23 countries
We have prestiguous clients from 16 real estate sectors all over the world who joined our mission to provide detailed and reliable accessibility information about their locations. Whether your company is big or small, the need for accessibility information is equally important. Some of our clients: Media Markt, Globalworth, CPI, Skanska, Erste Bank, Hungarian National Lottery Company, Prologis, Auchan, UniCredit Bank, BP, Radnóti Theater, etc.
Economic power behind accessibility
Businesses lose money due to lack of accessibility information
- $13 trillion annual spend of people with disability globally & their families, rising by 14% per annum (source: Purple Pound)By being available for people with disabilities, you attract:new costumers who will be more loyal to your business
- overlooked but valuable employees & workers
- new tenants who look for sustainable service
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Accessibility is sustainable
Bringing measurable S into ESG
The Access4you certification process drives data which can be included in your ESG reports. Book a meeting with us to learn how our accessibility certification can support your and your client's ESG strategies.Contact us for more information!
How does it work?
Certified Accessibility Information
Access4you is a certification scheme for the accessibility of the built environment. Based on our standardized assessment, we provide reliable and detailed data on the locations' accessibility to people with special mobility, visual, hearing, and cognitive needs for free.
We do it for them
1 in 4 adults has a disability
15% of the population experience some form of disability. Reliable and detailed accessibility information can make a world of difference for these individuals and their families. It helps them to plan ahead and navigate unfamiliar locations with confidence. But accessibility doesn't just benefit those with disabilities.Parents with strollers, the elderly with limited mobility, and those recovering from temporary disabilities due to accidents or surgeries can all benefit from accessibility features.By prioritizing accessibility, we can create a more welcoming and inclusive environment for all. 💙