ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla., Aug. 10, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- US-based Global Disability Inclusion LLC and Belgium-based In-Fusion today announced a global strategic partnership that will expand collaboration between the two organizations dedicated to disability inclusion in the workplace, the workforce and the marketplace.
"We are thrilled to expand our reach to the European Union and to collaborate with Servaas," said Meg O'Connell, President of Global Disability Inclusion, referring to former Paralympian and Gold Medalist, Servaas Kamerling, founder of In-Fusion. "Servaas has been active in disability inclusion work for some time. We have similar approaches to our collective work for creating greater opportunities and inclusion of those with disabilities. Our partnership with In-Fusion is a milestone, and we are excited about the road ahead."
"We are very excited to support each other's efforts in helping companies make disability inclusion a part of their culture, and a common practice in the workplace," Kamerling said. "The inclusion gap is a global phenomenon and to cooperate at a multi-national level with Global Disability Inclusion will benefit corporations and their employees worldwide."
The partnership allows Global Disability Inclusion and In-Fusion to further expand its reach globally, while thinking locally in responding to opportunities for those with disabilities and assisting companies in becoming disability competitive.
Global Disability Inclusion LLC is a boutique consulting firm offering disability inclusion strategies and solutions to Global 500 companies and federal contractors.
In-Fusion is a consultancy company that aims to approach disability inclusion holistically, with pragmatism and with a business sense, driving optimal return on investment.
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SOURCE Global Disability Inclusion