Binc exists to catalyse a global movement for inclusive business - the strategic intent of an organisation to value people with disabilities as employees, customers, suppliers and members of the community - because the world is a better place when no one is left out.
We focus on disability because people with disabilities (1 in 7 people) live in a society that consciously and unconsciously excludes them, discriminates against them and marginalises them – or worse, renders them invisible.
The negative impact of this marginalisation is significant: According to the WHO, people with disabilities have poorer health outcomes, lower education achievements, less economic participation and higher rates of poverty than people without disabilities.
A recent report by Scope identified that 38% of disabled people (rising to 66% among those aged 18-34) feel the need to disguise their disability as a result of stigma and negativity. Exclusion costs governments, health systems and the economy.
Binc specifically engages business because people living with a disability are part of the business ecosystem. They are our customers, our suppliers, our talent and members of our communities.
Inclusive Business creates Inclusive Societies.
We know that inclusive business is possible.
Our time has come.
Inclusive business is being driven by:
New examples of inclusive business are emerging on a daily basis.
Binc will catalyse these emerging signs of change to create a global movement for Inclusive Business and a world where no one is left out.
Because the world is better for everyone when no one is left out.
Please feel free to contact us at any time; using the form below, or by email to email@example.com or alternatively, by post;
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August 13th 2017
We are thrilled to welcome you to our new website! We are Binc, an organisation passionate about creating a world where no one is left out. We are all different and we all want to belong. But society has a tendency to encourage sameness and reject difference...More...
August 1st 2017
On the 4th September 2016, in the run up to the Rio Paralympics, the world’s first fully inclusive and accessible push/run took place in London’s Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Attended by more than 5,000 people, Parallel London was hailed a huge success and a national celebration of inclusion and diversity...More...
July 31st 2017
The phenomenal commercial success of the London Paralympics in 2012 for advertisers signalled a new interest in this ‘niche’ market (of 1.3 billion people across the globe). The continued interest was clearly demonstrated by the fact that 90 companies and agencies...More...