Visually impaired entrepreneur Daniel Williams will share how he has made his own success at London Vision’s next Working Age Forum this month.

The Working Age Forum (WAF) will meet Daniel, Founder and Director of Visualise Training and Consultancy, on Wednesday 25th April.

Daniel, who has retinitis pigmentosa, found it difficult to get into work, particularly the types of jobs he was interested in so he started his own business that would help change the landscape for visually impaired people trying to gain employment.

Now, five years into his journey, Daniel will be talking about how he does what he does and, importantly, why.

London Vision will be hosting a breakfast meeting with Daniel at the Pocklington Hub with breakfast snacks, juice, tea and coffee available.

Attendees will have the opportunity to ask Daniel the about the ins and outs of how they can go about setting up their own business as a visually impaired person.

WAF Meets Daniel Williams is on Wednesday 25th April from 9-11am at the Pocklington Hub, Entrance D, Tavistock House South, Tavistock Square, London, WC1H 9LG.

To register you attendance, email waf.london@pocklington-trust.org.uk.

The London Vision Team is able to offer assistance from Euston Station to those who need it. If you require assistance please include this in your email when registering.

Photo credit: Visualise Training and Consultancy website.