Leah Holroyd founded White Bicycle Ltd in December 2019 with her brother, Finn. They design and build online and blended learning programmes where everything is bespoke and tailored to the client’s requirements.
“We need to be clear that being inclusive is not just a tick-box exercise, but actually makes good business sense. Often disabled people are fantastic at problem-solving (because they’ve had to do it their entire lives!), so by excluding them we’re potentially missing out on all kinds of innovations and advancements.”
Read her story to learn about why Leah named as one of the Top 10 in the Telegraph/NatWest 100 Female Entrepreneurs to Watch list, and how being diagnosed with a rare genetic form of macular degeneration has opened her eyes to the world of accessibility and inclusive learning.