Make-Sense to Participate in the First Annual M-Enabling Forum in Europe

Philadelphia, PA – September 24, 2018 – Make-Sense, the most complete, automated, and secure digital accessibility solution on the market, today announced that it will be participating in the first M-Enabling Forum in Europe. M-Enabling conferences and events are exclusively dedicated to digital accessibility and assistive applications and services for seniors and persons with disabilities.

“We are proud to be included in the first-ever M-Enabling Forum in Europe,” said Michelle Gindi, SVP business development , Make-Sense. “now more than ever, thanks to the new digital accessibility regulation that will start to be enforced on the same day in the European Union. It’s a special honor to have the opportunity to discuss and share our knowledge that we have collected over the years, and the importance of digital accessibility for all Internet users at such a great new event.”

The conference is set for Thursday, September 27, in Düsseldorf, Germany.

Organized by E.J. Krause & Associates, Inc., and G3ict (Global Initiative for Inclusive Information and Communication Technologies), the M-Enabling Forum will run alongside REHACARE, the leading conference and exhibition for independent living in Europe. The conference also aligns with the EN 301 459 accessibility standard becoming law on September 23.

For more information on the M-Enabling Forum, please visit

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About Make-Sense
Make-Sense helps organizations reduce the complexity and costs associated with digital accessibility while ensuring compliance with laws and guidelines. Inspired by the 1.3 billion people worldwide with limitations that affect their ability to experience digital content as intended, the Company’s mission is to make all digital content accessible for all users. Founded in 2016, Make-Sense created an award-winning platform that helps customers adhere to WCAG 2.0+ guidelines specified by the W3C that have been adopted by the US Government, the European Union, and many other countries around the world. Our fully accessible platform was designed to allow anyone to work with our tools to build more accessible digital experiences, and to create equal job opportunities for everyone. It is also the only digital accessibility platform that scans both static and dynamic content continuously, and automatically fixes issues in real time. To learn more, visit


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