CLARITY into the careers of students

Working to raise the career aspirations of blind and disabled students

The east London-based firm employs people who are visually impaired in its business of manufacturing toiletries and cleaning products. CLARITY wanted to use its own operation to show youngsters with disabilities who are leaving secondary school the possibilities for them to have meaningful employment.

Helmed by CLARITY CEO Jeremy Robinson, the recently launched...

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