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User1st wants to make the Internet accessible for all

Each week we’re profiling one promising company that’s been selected for SCALE – our early-stage startup growth program. Catch up with 60 of the world’s hottest startups at TNW Momentum in New York on November 16th. This week we bring you User1st, the company committed to helping individuals with disabilities obtain equal access to the Internet. User1st’s aim is to provide an all-in-one product – detecting compliance issues/errors on web pages, correcting them, and then displaying a compliant page that is accessible to individuals with disabilities.
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