Meet the startup knocking down barriers for dyslexic entrepreneurs and employees.

They also unlock fully funded equipment & support for dyslexic members of coworking spaces.

The Exceptional Individuals team help young & growing businesses unlock fully funded equipment and support.

There are over 6.3 million dyslexics across the UK, and a reported 40% of those currently unemployed having dyslexia. With support, they might become the next Richard Branson, Kelly Hoppen or Lord Alan Sugar, all of whom have used their dyslexia as an advantage in business.

Removing barriers for these passionate individuals to enter or start businesses can drive a huge impact for both the British economy, and the immediate communities these folks live in.

What most don’t realise is that funding is available for equipment and support for dyslexic employees and entrepreneurs at businesses with less than 50 employees.

This is where Exceptional Individuals steps in to help, navigating the process of unlocking this funding and working to make joining or starting a business more inclusive for dyslexic individuals.

Once you request the team’s help, they will complete a short assessment of how your dyslexia affects your work, whether you are self-employed or employed by a company. Using their report, they secure funding for equipment, software and in-work support that helps manage dyslexia in the workplace.

As members of the Bathtub 2 Boardroom’ City Tub, an included partner community in London, the team at Exceptional Individuals have stepped up to offer prioritised assistance to other dyslexic entrepreneurs and employees across other coworking communities.

You can grab this superb support via their included perk page, or reach them via twitter @exceptional_Ind.

Added bonus: here’s some awesome coverage of Exceptional Individuals on the BBC Lunch Time.
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