Why there should be no boundaries for travellers with disability

August 21st, 2018
Why there should be no boundaries for travellers with disability
In London’s Kings Cross station a real-world marketing campaign seems to be resonating strongly with passers-by. A pop-up exhibition titled ‘No Boundaries’, featuring the works of 20 artists living with disabilities – both visible and invisible - was commissioned by National Rail to coincide with the launch of the ‘digital disabled persons railcard’.Related Content: Disability & mobility in travel: a market worth navigating Image: Primary Event: EyeforTravel AmsterdamArticle type: Industry InsightChannels: Social Media and MarketingTags: Marketingdisabilityrailwaytrain traveltechnologiesdatadisabled travellersAirlinesBusiness Travel ... read more
Source: www.eyefortravel.com/rss.xmlPublished on 2018-08-21By Pamela Whitby

 

 

 

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