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Missed Business Guide

Gunnedah Shire Council is committed to championing and advocating for accessibility and inclusion, and ensuring that everyone in our local area is made to feel welcome. Council recognises that many businesses lose potentially valuable customers simply because they are not easily accessible. The Missed Business Guide is to provide local business owners with the necessary information that will help them to make their businesses available to all members of the public, including people with disabilities, the elderly and mothers with prams. Included are easy to read, practical tips and advice for improving the accessibility of your business to all customers. By following the information in this guide, businesses will be able to meet mandatory requirements of the Disability Discrimination Act 2011.

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Missed Business Guide

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