Aspire Magazine, a sister title of Travel Weekly, is shining a light on the rapidly growing and emerging accessible and inclusive travel market.
Erica Rich examines how the luxury sector is making progress in catering for disabled customers but that it still has some way to go to fully serve this luxury sector.
The article features comments from Alison Pearson, Head of Travel Services at Inclu and our CEO and Co-founder, Richard Thompson.
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Article published in Aspire Travel Club magazine – January 2024
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In Beyond Barriers, Condé Nast Traveller UK’s monthly column dedicated to sharing the latest developments and stories of Disabled travel, they meet some of the most influential figures in the field of accessible travel. These are the pioneers who have defied stereotypes and paved the way for a more inclusive world, harnessing their personal experiences to catalyse a global shift. Their collective efforts are a testament to the transformative power of determination, creativity, and advocacy.
Article published in Condé Nast Traveler on 19th January 2024.
Big congratulations to TCTF Member, Narelle McDougall and the team at Amilla Maldives for winning ‘The Best International Venue’ award at the prestigious Blue Badge Access Awards which took place at the Great Scotland Yard Hotel, London on Thursday evening. Fully deserved for the amazing work they do to make the destination accessible, inclusive and welcoming… whatever a guests physical, sensory or neuro-diverse requirement.
The travel industry in general is failing to deliver equitable and authentic opportunities to people with disabilities, says Richard Thompson, founder of IncluCare. This UK organisation is known for driving the “inclusion revolution” throughout the tourism sector by offering inclusive and accessible training, assessment and accreditation.
Article published in The National on 25th October 2023.
Inclu chief executive Richard Thompson believes the luxury sector holds the key to unlocking the market’s full potential.
Article published in Travel Weekly on 30th August 2023.