No Attendee Left Behind: Making Events Accessible to All

Did you know that one out of four of your event attendees is likely to have a disability?1 Events that aren’t designed with attendees that have disabilities in mind can exclude a large part of your audience and erode ROI. 

Everyone should have access to high-quality events, regardless of their abilities. In this webinar, Stephen Cutchins from Cvent will take you through the do’s and don’ts of event accessibility so that you can deliver engaging events for all. Here’s what you can expect: 

  • An overview on key accessibility trends 
  • Best practices on disability etiquette 
  • Sharing of tips, tricks, and strategies we’ve seen be successful 

Make sure to bring your questions with you, we’ll be taking live Q+A!

Earn CEUs: The Events Industry Council has reviewed the learning objectives of this activity and has indicated that attendees will receive 1 CE hours in the Financial Management Domain of the CMP or CMP-HC Standards.

Course approved for CMP credit through EIC.




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Stephen Cutchins
Stephen Cutchins
Product Manager and Accessibility Expert

Stephen joined Cvent in early 2022 after over 20 years working for IT consulting firms, the past 15+ years being dedicated to helping his clients achieve their accessibility-related goals. In prior work leading accessibility programs, he worked closely with People with Disabilities, including those who were Blind, Deaf, or had physical disabilities, including his prior Test Lead who was a quadriplegic, so he has both a passion and firsthand experience understanding how People with Disabilities use the web. As Cvent’s Senior Manager of Accessibility, Stephen works to ensure that our products are both usable and enjoyable by attendees who have disabilities. On a personal note, his mother was an amputee, and he grew up with two cousins who were in wheelchairs, so accessibility is near and dear to his heart. 

Stephen lives in Ashburn, Virginia with his two children. For recreation, he is an avid cyclist, having biked about 3,000 miles last year.