Over 700 attendees joined our virtual Inclusive Business Forum on 29 July 2020 to hear the latest perspectives from companies and academic experts on their approaches for greater disability inclusion as we adapt to a new norm in the future of work.
The theme for this year’s forum was “Workplace Disability Inclusion – A New Norm”. Some key topics we delved into were disability inclusion at the workplace, new norms, challenges and opportunities in the future of work, as well as digital accessibility solutions.
We’re pleased to share the presentation materials and recordings from the Inclusive Business Forum 2020. We hope everyone enjoyed the sharing, gained practical strategies and were motivated to build greater disability inclusion at work.
Thank you to all our participants and speakers for the support!
Download Programme Information (such as speakers and presentation synopses) here
Download Accessibility Guide here
Download Speaker Slides here
View Session 1 here
View Session 2 here
|Ms Jenny Lay-Flurrie
Chief Accessibility Officer
|Ms Pratima Amonkar
Regional Lead Cloud Solution Partners and Accessibility Lead
|Mr Sharad Vishvanath
Senior Client Partner and APAC Head of Transformation Practice
|Mr Tonny Loh
Senior Client Partner Organisation Design Practice
|Ms Gloria Chua
Experience Strategy & Design
|Mr Lim Zui Young
DevSecOps Engineer Government Digital Services GovTech Singapore
|Dr Gerard Goggin
Wee Kim Wee Professor of Communication Studies
Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information
Nanyang Technological University
|Mr Jonathan Tiong
Communications and New Media student
National University of Singapore
Regular contributor on disability issues
The IBF 2020 is a complimentary event, as a part of SG Enable’s contribution during the COVID-19 pandemic.
SG Enable also administers the Mediacorp Enable Fund, a community fund that aims to help build a society where persons with disabilities are recognised for their abilities and lead full, socially integrated lives. We would appreciate it if you donate towards this cause, at www.giving.sg/mediacorpenablefund.