Lost Voice Guy's Victory Journey on Britian's Got Talent

Congratulations to Luanne Lim, Mali Fernando MBE, and Robert Hsu for the incredible program you organized for Global Accessibility Awareness Day in Hong Kong yesterday.

The stories shared by colleagues and professionals with disabilities left a profound impact on us. Witnessing their journeys towards unlocking their talents through the aid of enabling technologies and a shift in societal mindset was nothing short of awe-inspiring. It is a testament to the indomitable human spirit and the power of inclusivity.

Among the highlights of the event was the guest speaker, Lee Ridley, also known as Lost Voice Guy, an English stand-up comedian. His path to victory on British Got Talent was extraordinary, and his life story deeply moved us. We were captivated by his talent and perseverance. In order to share his incredible journey with others, we would like to provide a YouTube link (https://lnkd.in/gwrNWdMg) showcasing his exceptional abilities. We hope that his story will motivate and empower others, just as it did for us.

We express our heartfelt gratitude for the invitation extended to us to be a part of this event. It was a tremendous honour to collaborate with like-minded individuals in support of HSBC’s vision of becoming the world’s most digitally accessible bank. The dedication and hard work demonstrated by the organizers were truly inspiring, and we eagerly anticipate our continued partnership.

At iEnterprise, we remain committed to promoting accessibility, inclusivity, and innovation. We firmly believe that by working together, we can create a world where everyone can thrive and contribute their unique talents. Global Accessibility Awareness Day serves as a reminder of the progress we have made and the work that lies ahead. Let us continue to champion accessibility and empower individuals with disabilities to reach their fullest potential.