VOOM is a competition from Virgin Media Business giving businesses and professions the chance to pitch for a £250,000 ad campaign and £50,000 in cash!
Vote for your favourite pitches before voting closes on 23 May.
Here’s our round-up of some of the most interesting pitches we’ve seen which are about supporting disabled people.
The Neatebox app sends a signal from the user’s phone directly to staff in partnering businesses to tell them what the user needs and to give them tips on how best to interact and help.
Inclusive Leisure wants to create a fully-equipped gym designed for disabled users but accessible for all.
Limitless Travel wants to create a community of disabled travelers to share their knowledge and travel experiences.
Opening Minds provides support and training to organisations from disabled people. The sessions give businesses invalue insight into how to be more inclusive and the challenges around accessibility.
Magnum Services uses professional amputee actors and makeup artists for simulation in film, television, emergency services and the military.
Accesschamp wants to train hotel, restaurant and venue staff on how to provide outstanding customer care and accessible venues for everyone.
Thomley is an activity centre for disabled people with play areas, sensory room and a seven acre outdoor play space. They want to create a new exciting outdoor space.
Seable is a social enterprise which provides accessible and active holidays. They want to recruit a larger team in order to scale up their business.
Vote for your favourite pitches before voting closes on 23 May. Find out more about how VOOM works.