Triple Tap Tech is a social enterprise offering support and training in digital technology. Their focus is to develop skills from a visually impaired viewpoint. Fraser does this by holding one to one sessions and classes, that engage with people in the community, and teaches people how to adapt and create, digital content that is suitable for those with visual impairment, as well as working to help improve the visually impaired access technology. On top of this, Fraser holds information open days and visits people in their own homes to provide his tech service. He initially wanted to set up the Triple Tap Tech to try and react to the changing environment in both business and technology.
We thought this would be the best way to freely develop our services and provide support and training across all technology from a visually impaired perspective. We also believe this gives us the best structure to react to the changing environment in both business and technology.
Since seeking advice from Firstport Fraser has gone on to secure Start It funding to get Triple Tap Tech up and running. He aims to become the first stop for people, organisations, and charities seeking advice about digital services from a visually impaired viewpoint, being the best at what they do across the UK.
We plan to be the first stop for people, organisations, and charities to come to for digital services from a visually impaired viewpoint. We will be the best in the UK at what we do.
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