Please note: The Breakfast Briefing has been postponed due to coronavirus - we will update here when we have a new date.


SeeAbility invites you to an inclusive event for Surrey businesses.

Three compelling reasons why you should join us for breakfast:

  1. In the UK alone, the combined purchasing power of people with disabilities is £249bn.
  2. Businesses that employ people with disabilities outperform businesses that don’t.
  3. 1 in 7 of your consumers will be living with a disability.


Come and explore how to make your business more successful with a diverse and engaged workforce.

Leading with purpose

Hear from the award-winning Sumaira Latif, Procter and Gamble’s Company Accessibility Leader, who has spearheaded major accessible design changes at P&G including for its consumer-facing products like Herbal Essences.

Dive in to action

Better connect with employees and customers living with disability and walk in their shoes with our unique Virtual Reality experience and interactive simulations.

In Conclusion; Inclusion

Our pioneering charity is focused on making inclusion a reality for children and adults with learning disabilities, autism and sight loss. SeeAbility’s Lisa Hopkins, CEO and Scott Watkin BEM, who in 2019 was named one of the 100 most influential disabled people in the UK, will inspire you to build an inclusive business for your colleagues and customers.


Date: Wednesday, 22nd April 2020 Time 8am – 10am

Venue: Derby Room, The Royal Automobile Club, Woodcote Park, Wilmerhatch Lane, Epsom, Surrey KT18 7EW

Dress code: Smart casual

Places are limited. Please RSVP by: 22nd March


For any questions and accessibility needs please contact Saujan Pandhak, Strategic Partnerships Officer on 01372 755065 or [email protected]