Against a white wall sits a white desk with a computer monitor on top of it that has the Clusiv.io e-Learning platform on the screen. Above the desk and computer is a blue state flag of Indiana hanging on the wall. In front of the desk is a white cane that is leaning on it, a tan chair, and a yellow labrador guide dog.

Clusiv Now Serving Blind Job Seekers in Indiana

Clusiv is proud to announce that we are officially able to support blind students and job-seekers who are residents of the great state of Indiana. Our CEO and Co-Founder Lukas Simianer traveled to Indiana this week with the goal of giving blind job-seekers in Indiana the chance to gain remote jobs with competitive salaries after training on Clusiv’s e-Learning platform.

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Blind Abilities Podcast Interviews Clusiv CEO Lukas Simianer

The CEO and Co-Founder of Clusiv.io was interviewed by Simon Bonenfant of the Blind Abilities Podcast where they spoke on the state of digital accessibility for the Blind and Visually Impaired community, how Clusiv was created, and Lukas Simianer’s mission to bring valuable remote careers and competitive salaries to blind job-seekers through Clusiv’s E-Learning platform.

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Image of the State of Texas with the Clusiv Logo inside of it.

Clusiv is Now Serving Blind Job-Seekers in the State of Texas

Clusiv is proud to announce that we are officially able to support blind students and job-seekers who are residents of the great state of Texas. As our Founder & CEO Lukas Simianer put it, “Clusiv was founded in Austin, TX, so it is such a privilege for us to be able to serve the blind residents of its home state.”

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Clusiv.io CEO Lukas Simianer invited to Four Bad Eyes Podcast hosted by Anthony Ferraro and Dan Mancina

Lukas Simianer Invited to BVI Podcast Four Bad Eyes

Clusiv.io CEO Lukas Simianer invited to Four Bad Eyes Podcast hosted by Anthony Ferraro and Dan Mancina to discuss “Building a Blind Army”.
Clusiv.io is a startup with the goal of producing the world’s first blind CTO. Digital Accessibility Blind Visually Impaired BVI Inclusive

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ETHOS

Clusiv is guided by the fundamental ideal in the right to life, liberty, and happiness. It’s why we’re here. We attempt to align our beliefs with our language to create respectful communication.

One of the things that we like to talk about is the Social Model of Disability. This model means that people aren’t disabled because of their physical impairments or challenges, but because of external barriers existing in society. These external barriers can be attitudes, like people believing that blind people need to be protected and provided for. Or external barriers can be physical challenges, like a building without proper ramps or elevators. Clusiv is focused on removing the digital barriers to education, connection, and work. It’s essentially a digital ramp.

That being said, we believe that people who have a disability have the right to discuss it in any way they choose. For some people, the medical model of disability is preferred. We use people-first language and community-based language out of respect for individual preference. Whether someone identifies as a blind person or a person with a visual impairment or low vision, Clusiv is committed to being an ally.