As we approach the beginning of the 12 month countdown, businesses across Europe are gearing up for a significant change in accessibility standards with the implementation of the European Accessibility Act (EAA). This landmark legislation aims to create a more inclusive society by ensuring that products and services are accessible to everyone, including people with disabilities. For companies, understanding and preparing for the implications of the EAA is crucial to remain compliant and uphold their commitment to accessibility. At Kooba, we recognise the importance of this transition and are dedicated to helping businesses navigate the complexities of the EAA.

Why the European Accessibility Act Matters:

The EAA represents a major step forward in promoting accessibility and inclusion. By harmonising accessibility requirements across the European Union, the act will make it easier for people with disabilities to fully participate in society. From websites and mobile applications to electronic devices and transportation services, the EAA covers a wide range of products and services, leaving no stone unturned in its quest for accessibility.

Preparing for Compliance:

With the deadline for compliance drawing near, companies must take proactive steps to ensure that their products and services meet the requirements outlined in the EAA. This includes conducting accessibility audits, implementing necessary changes to digital platforms, and ensuring that physical infrastructure is barrier-free. While the task may seem daunting, partnering with experienced agencies like Kooba can streamline the process and provide expert guidance every step of the way.

How Kooba Can Help:

At Kooba, accessibility is at the heart of everything we do. Our team of experts specialises in creating accessible digital experiences that comply with the highest standards, including those set forth by the EAA. From website design & development to user testing and ongoing support, we offer a comprehensive suite of services tailored to meet the unique needs of each client. By partnering with Kooba, companies can rest assured that their products and services will not only meet regulatory requirements but also exceed user expectations for accessibility.

As the deadline for the European Accessibility Act approaches, companies must prioritise accessibility to remain compliant and inclusive. By understanding the implications of the EAA and taking proactive steps to prepare for compliance, businesses can demonstrate their commitment to accessibility and gain a competitive edge in the market.

At Kooba, we are committed to helping companies navigate the complexities of the EAA and ensure that their products and services are accessible to all.

Get in touch with us today to learn how we can help your business thrive in a more inclusive digital landscape.

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