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BUSINESS Link Lincolnshire and Rutland has teamed up with Zethics Limited to offer a rare opportunity for local companies to ensure that their websites are compliant with the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA).

BUSINESS Link Lincolnshire and Rutland has teamed up with Zethics Limited to offer a rare opportunity for local companies to ensure that their websites are compliant with the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA).Using innovative software called ClearText – which has been developed in conjunction with the Royal National College for the Blind – customers can be assured that their new site is aligned with the specifications, set out by government in their Web Disability Guidelines.

This latest web technology usually retails at more than 2,000.

However, the system is available to the first 100 Business Link customers from across the UK at the greatly discounted rate of 100 plus 50 per month.

No minimum contract period applies.

Mike Roberts, director of Business Link Lincolnshire and Rutland, said: "Since the inception of the Disability Discrimination Act, many businesses have focused on their premises – but overlooked the fact that the way they promote their company may not be compliant with Government guidelines.

"Initiatives, such as this, will highlight the full picture surrounding DDA compliance, and support the Lincolnshire and Rutland business community, to make their websites accessible to all."

Businesses interested in taking advantage of the offer, and anyone who would like further information, should call Business Link Lincolnshire and Rutland on 0845 7574000.

Website: www.bllr.co.uk

 

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