15 Companies Who Put Their Customers Ahead of Everything

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More companies are recognizing the need to broaden their services and products to be more inclusive. There are wheelchair-friendly toys, grocery carts, and motorcycles, among other things. Product inclusivity has a favourable emotional impact in addition to making daily duties much easier. It’s a sign that the user is seen as a unique individual with unique demands that are taken into account and cherished.

We feel that when we become more considerate of other people’s needs, the world becomes a much brighter place. Through their unique products, these companies gave their customers a warm hug.

“There’s a doll with Down Syndrome in our local shop,”

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“A wheelchair-accessible motorcycle.”

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’’ Kids can enjoy free fruit while shopping with their parents at my local grocery store.

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“Here in Germany, my local supermarket offers special shopping carts for individuals in wheelchairs.”

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“My new microwave has a silent mode, so I can cook late at night without waking anyone up.”

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“Christmas cards for people who have two fathers or two mothers,”

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“A magnifying glass is available at my local supermarket for persons with poor vision to read product descriptions.”

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“My phone charger has braille on it so that blind people can identify it.”

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“At my local grocery shop, parking for expectant mothers is reserved.”

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“At my local Tokyo supermarket, loaves of bread with 4, 5, or 6 slices are available.”

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“The total volume of each loaf is the same; the thickness of each slice varies.”

“This supermarket in Italy features dog-friendly trolleys.”

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“The pool at my hotel includes a handicapped entrance ramp.”

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“At my local grocery store, your dog may stay in an air-conditioned “house” outdoors while you shop.”

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“There’s a lockup for your motorcycle helmets in this mall in Paris,”

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“This Vitiligo Barbie doll.”

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Are these types of inclusive items available where you live? Do you think the mass market needs to respond more to its customers’ requirements?

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