June 14, 2017

Supporters

Campaign Leaders

Purple

"As a disabled customer, I have experienced many of the problems that prevent people like myself from spending more time, and therefore more money, in shops and restaurants. Plus, four in five disabled people have a hidden impairment, so it isn’t always obvious that they might need additional assistance.”

Mike Adams, CEO 

Launch Partners

intu

"One of the things intu is known for is putting a smile on the faces of our customers and this applies to everyone who visits our centres across the UK – no one should feel excluded. That’s why work we in partnership with great organisations like The National Autistic Society and Visibility Scotland to ensure our employees have the right training and expertise to support any customers with extra needs. Teaming up with Purple and signing up to their ‘charter for change’ is a crucial next step for us to ensure that we continue this important work.”

Alexander Nicoll, Corporate Responsibility Director

Penny Mordaunt MP, Minister of State for Disabled People, Health and Work

"Retailers must make their services accessible to everyone. It’s not only the responsible thing to do, it makes good business sense too. I lend my full support to Purple in their efforts to empower disabled people, both as employees and consumers.”

Supporters

Marks and Spencer

Yapster

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