A2i turns 18!

By Susie Fisher|July 20, 2017|blog, Staff, Uncategorized|0 comments

This year we’re celebrating our 18th birthday, and we’ll be marking this occasion with a big celebration in August! We thought our 18th would be an ideal chance to give something back to our community, so we’re also celebrating by offering 18 gifts to local organisations and businesses in Bristol. We hope they will help create a more accessible environment, while spreading awareness of sight loss.  They include… A Braille Menu

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Meet new recruit, Will!

By Katy Brickley|May 26, 2017|Staff|0 comments

Will Taylor is our newest recruit, having moved to Bristol only very recently. A super-quick learner with a background in audio production, Will is a much-valued member of the A2i team. It’s tricky to grab a photo of Will but here’s one of him (left), with Marianne, Liam and Susie hard a work! Find out a bit more about him below… How long have you been at A2i? I started

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A2i’s story

By Susie Fisher|May 11, 2017|Staff|0 comments

Susie Fisher started the company in 1999 from a small bedroom! Now many times bigger, you can read the full story here… The idea… Back in 1999 I worked in a university’s disability department, and was asked by a tutor to transcribe some course material into Braille. The internet was still quite new, and I could hardly find any suppliers online, let alone anyone who could produce work quickly. I realised

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Meet recent recruit, Marianne

By Katy Brickley|April 24, 2017|Staff|0 comments

Marianne has recently moved back to her home town of Bristol after a 20-year hiatus in Brighton. She was managing a yoga and alternative health centre in Brighton so becoming a transcriber at A2i is a big change! She is enjoying getting to know Bristol again and has arrived at a very good time – just as it’s named ‘best place to live in the UK’ amongst many other flattering

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Meet transcriber, Liam Wood

By Katy Brickley|January 21, 2017|Staff|0 comments

Liam joined A2i 18 months ago, with a background in sales and customer service. Liam’s faster than lightening to pick up the phone, so he’s probably answered your query if you’ve called the office recently! In just this short time, Liam has become proficient in reading Braille and is currently working towards RNIB’s Certificate in Contracted Braille (UEB). Liam is particularly adept at overseeing the production of our audiobooks – so

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