Access Israel's 8th International Conference
on the "Future of Accessibility"
May Tel Aviv
Share Knowledge / Learn About Accessibility trends / Discover New Technologies / Promote Accessibility
Representatives of participating countries
Testimonials from Last Year's Convention:
“The Access Israel Conference is one of the leading conferences worldwide in the field of innovations supporting persons with disabilities. The Zero Project Team is proud to be a strategic partner of this wonderful community that meets and cooperate there but also in different parts of the world every year. Thank you for your friendship.”
"Having attended my share of accessibility conferences over my twenty-seven in the field I was blown away with content, speakers and the hospitality that was demonstrated during the 7th Annual international “The Future of Accessibility” event in Tel Aviv. The Access Iris conference is a must attend, register now for 2020!"
"I am hugely looking forward to Acess Israel's 2020 conference. Partnership, friendship and learning is at the heart of their ambition to drive change. They bring together some of the greatest gamechangers in the world and not only is it a space where we can learn from incredible expertise but there is a palpable sense of celebration, pride, curiosity, and joy that makes their gathering so unique. This is not to be missed."
"I make attending the Access Israel conference an annual priority. The content is always enriching and leading-edge. The attendees are great additions to anyone’s global network. And, of course, the Access Israel team are simply amazing hosts."
Last year's conference was once again magical. The camaraderie that came together from around the world to help work on accessibility and inclusion was like nothing I've ever experienced. Every year the relationships to help arrow community strengthen all the time. looking forward to seeing you all this year
"Access Israel was one of the most impactful events of the year for me in 2019. The network we created has impacted my work at Google and I made several deep, personal friendships."