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Nimbus wins Award!

Social Enterprise wins ticketing award! Nimbus Disability has won the ‘Ticketing Without Barriers Award – Ticketing/Tech Company’ at the Outstanding Attitude Awards 2019. The Outstanding Attitude Awards, run by disability-led charity Attitude is Everything, celebrate excellence in live event accessibility and highlight best practice across the whole event industry. The winners were selected by an […]

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Are you a Derbyshire Business?

Unique offer for your business – worth thousands! Job Centre + are pleased to let you know about a unique opportunity for your business. We are working in partnership with 3 local organisations; Disability Direct, a Charity based in the City, Community Action Derby and Nimbus Disability Consultancy, The UK’s leading business to business advice […]


Nimbus writes STAR ticketing Best Practice Guide

FIRST EVER ‘BEST PRACTICE GUIDE FOR ACCESSIBLE TICKETING’ LAUNCHED BY STAR, ATTITUDE IS EVERYTHING & NIMBUS DISABILITY CONSULTANCY STAR (the Society of Ticketing Agents and Retailers) has today announced the publication of the first ever Guide on accessible ticketing for the UK industry. The “Best Practice Guide – Making Ticket Sales Accessible For Disabled Customers” […]


FREE Training and Audits in Derbyshire

Background: Thanks to funding from Awards for All Nimbus Disability Consultancy is able to offer its nationally recognised Disability Equality Training to Derbyshire based individuals and businesses free of charge. Suitable for: This session is suitable for staff at levels from all businesses and organisations. It is also open to volunteers or others with a […]


Business champions recruited to lead a ‘war on inaccessibility’

A new campaign to promote accessibility and inclusivity in UK shops and services has been launched today by the government. Disability champions will be recruited for key sectors in business including retail, hospitality, sport, construction and manufacturing to promote the benefits of being inclusive to their own industries. There are more than 11 million disabled […]


CredAble Nottingingham

Nottingham City Council has been given a top award for making its buildings more accessible to disabled people. Earlier this year eight leisure centres were inspected and awarded the CredAbility Verified Accessible Award by Nimbus – a disability and equality consultancy that is led and managed by disabled people. Now 11 further council buildings have […]


Access Card discussed with City of Chiba Mayoral Delegation

November 8th, Disability Action Alliance (DAA) members met the City of Chiba Mayoral Delegation at the Japan Local Government Centre, London.  Chiba’s Mayor Yoshihito Kumagai is preparing to further the support for disabled people, at Chiba, host city local authority, in the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Japan is under pressure to climb the […]


The Purple Pound Explained at TedX

Earlier this year we were proud to be invited to stand on that famous red dot and give a TedX talk on the concept of the Purple Pound. You can watch the video of this below and see Martin explaining what it is, what its worth, and how businesses can be proactive about tapping into […]

In the middle of a discussion about accessible parking at the hosital

RUH Bath: Have your say

Have your say! A computerised parking payment system is being introduced at Bath’s Royal United Hospital in September, coinciding with the opening of a new 300-space car park. The automated number plate recognition (ANPR) system works by cameras capturing a car’s number plate when entering and leaving a car park. Drivers will pay by coin, […]