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14 July 2019

The University of Technology Sydney (UTS) is currently undertaking an interesting study relating to disability self-employment, entrepreneurship or social enterprise research project. The following information has been provided by UTS and I’d encourage anyone with a disability that meets the criteria to get involved.

Call For Participation

The UTS Business School is conducting research which aims to understand the experiences of people with disability in Australia who are sole traders, have small businesses, social enterprises or are entrepreneurs.

UTS Entrepreneurship Research Workshop February 2019

Your participation in this study
is highly valued.

You
are invited to participate in the Disability
Business, Self-Employment, Entrepreneurship or Social Enterprise Survey
,
an Australia-wide study which aims to understand the needs of people with
disability in business development, their experiences, the contributions they
make, the barriers they face, and the enablers for business success.

The survey is open. It’s for you!
It needs you now.

All
published findings will be shared. It’s to help people like you, organisations
like yours, and those you support. Our questionnaire will take approximately 20
minutes to complete, and can be completed in different formats, such as large
print or E-text.

To access the survey
please click on the link below:

http://utsbusiness.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_6L7wdQakKxWm1lX

Project contact: Prof Simon Darcy Simon.Darcy@uts.edu.au
ARC Linkage Research in conjunction with:

  • SSI Settlement
    Services International
  • NDS
    National Disability Service
  • Breakthu
    your choice

The Centre for Accessibility is a joint project by Media on Mars, DADAA and Dr Scott Hollier and is funded by the Department of Communities, Disability Services.

Website by Media on Mars - link opens in a new window