It’s easy to create something from nothing. It’s harder to innovate within specific constraints…like “inclusion.” We’ve seen again and again that inclusive products go further—are easier to use, more widely adopted and often, more innovative. But it’s hard to be inclusive from the start. Early innovation tends to be highly exclusive—technology for the sake of technology. How can cutting-edge products be strengthened when we start from a place of inclusion vs. retrofitting products to be inclusive later on? Join us to talk about the new rules of (inclusive) innovation.
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