Nimbus is one of the country’s leading providers of disability-related advice and support to professional organisations and is recognised as a lead authority on accessible ticketing in the UK.

We provide a wide range of training and consultancy services and are also the creators of national and intenational schemes CredAbility Quality Assurance and The Access Card.

Nimbus exisits to help you meet and exceed your legal obligations to disabled people.

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Why we’re important to your business

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High street could be boosted by £249 billion ‘purple pound’ by attracting disabled people and their families

There is a growing understanding amongst businesses that disability, simply put, is good for business. Disabled People themselves have spending power in the UK of c.£80bn.

Their households have a spending power of c.£249bn; after housing costs.

This spending power which is heavily influenced by their perception of a business’s ability and willingness to work with disabled customers and employees.

There is a wider influence on disabled peoples social circles and also in how your business is perceived locally and in the wider community.

Working with disabled people is no longer just a case of meeting legal obligations it’sts an opportunity you can’t afford to miss and we will help you with your entire journey, from legal obligation to accreditation as a provider of choice for disabled people

“The Access Card will potentially revolutionise the relationship between providers and disabled people”

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Case studies

Access Card online system now free for all venues, events and ticket offices

Nimbus Disability, the company behind the Access Card scheme for disabled customers, now offers its groundbreaking card validation system completely free of charge to venues. Nimbus launched its Access Card in 2014, meaning D/deaf and disabled customers can easily and discreetly give information to providers about the sort of needs they have.  Access requirements are […] Read more