Registrations are now open for the M-Enabling Australasia 2013 conference and showcase being held in Sydney on 14th and 15th August. This international event will feature a stellar line up of speakers and showcase new products and services that enable people with disability and older people to make the most of mobile technologies.

This event is the first of its kind in Australia and will bring together local and international experts on accessible technologies, mobile service providers, developers, manufacturers, retail and business groups, regulators, policymakers, and organisations representing people with disability and older people for two days of networking, discussion and practical demonstrations.

The keynote speakers will be Axel Leblois, President and Executive Director, Global Initiative for Inclusive Information and Communications Technology (G3ICT) and Karen Peltz Strauss, Deputy Chief, Consumer and Government Affairs, US Federal Communications Commission. Further speakers will be announced in the coming weeks but plan to register before June 14 to receive a special earlybird rate.

Why participate?

Mobile technology is a potential game changer for people with disability and many older people, providing access and inclusion through usable and affordable mobile equipment and services. People with disability and older people represent a large proportion of the Australian population. In 2009, four million people (almost 20 per cent of the population) reported having a disability. In 2011, more than three million Australians were aged 65 or over.

The opportunities for people with disability and older people, as well as all parties involved in developing, manufacturing and providing these technologies and services are significant.

Book your place

For a program, prices and to book your place at M-Enabling Australasia 2013 please visit the conference website


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