Grand Opening at Tactile Vision Graphics

Companies looking to meet the Accessibility Legislation deadline of 2025 just got a helping hand in Windsor

Our newest accessibility company, Tactile Vision Graphics, opened its doors for business on April 2 and is welcoming the public to its premises for an open-house on June 23, 2015 from 2 till 5.The directors, Emmanuel and Rebecca Blaevoet, are passionate about accessibility and the provision of quality services for people with a vision impairment. It’s great news for companies who see the deadline approaching, and it’s fabulous news for Windsor: one more example of the revitalisation of our small-business sector.

Rebecca has worked in the blindness field for twenty-five years and has no hesitation in placing her finger on the problem:
Blind people have got used to being grateful for whatever level of access to information they receive: however long it takes; however sub-standard it is. But thankfully, times are changing. Everyone is realising that there are choices and that if a company offers a service, a customer has the right to good quality. That’s what we do: provide good-quality, timely accessibility products to companies and individuals who may not know how to get them, where to go, or even, what they need.

Come and see a unique tactile printing process which can help you make your premises and documents more accessible; and meet the people who make it happen.

  • Who: Emmanuel and Rebecca Blaevoet
  • Where: Tactile Vision Graphics, 400 Erie Street East, Unit 9, drive into the alley north side of Erie, between Mercer and Howard and look for the big bay window
  • When: Tuesday, June 23, 2015, 2-5PM
  • RSVP on Eventbrite: Eventbrite - Tactile Vision Graphics Grand Opening Open House
  • Get in touch by phone: (226)221-8849
  • Or let us know you’re coming by email:

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