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ACCAN is delighted to announce the full speaker program for M-Enabling Australasia 2013 being held on August 14-15 in Sydney. A wealth of local and international experts on accessibility and mobile technologies will feature at the conference, which will highlight why people with disability and older people have been missing out on the mobile revolution and how this can be fixed.

The event will bring together – for the first time in the southern hemisphere – people with disability and older consumers, developers, manufacturers, government, regulators and mobile service providers.

"One of the core ideas behind the conference was to have everyone together in the same room, having an honest discussion around how we can make mobile apps and technologies accessible for everyone," said ACCAN CEO Teresa Corbin. "We're thrilled with the range of speakers that will be attending the event and I'm really looking forward to the innovative ideas that will be discussed."

Snapshot of confirmed speakers:

  • Axel Leblois, President and Executive Director, The Global Initiative for Inclusive ICTs (G3ICT)
  • Karen Peltz Strauss, Deputy Chief, Consumer and Government Affairs, US Federal Communications Commission
  • The Hon. Kelly Vincent, Members of the Legislative Council, South Australian Parliament
  • Dr Scott Hollier, Project Manager and Western Australia Manager, Media Access Australia
  • Professor Gerard Goggin, Chair of Department, Media and Communications, University of Sydney
  • Graeme Innes AM, Australian Disability Discrimination Commissioner
  • Michael Milligan, Secretary General, Mobile Manufacturers Forum
  • Chris Althaus, Chief Executive Officer, Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association

Remember to register before June 14 for an earlybird discount.

To see the full list of speakers and to register, please visit http://www.regonline.com.au/builder/site/tab1.aspx?EventID=1225897

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