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Listen to the interview with Richard Pimentel about employment for persons with disabilities on AMI's Contact

Be sure to watch the Talent Untapped video about persons with disabilities

Hear the interviews about the 2014 Expo on AMI's Mosiac City

Be sure to check out the Just Watch Me video contest. Check our News page for details

Be sure to complete our survey about the 2014 Expo

Be sure to watch the video of Randy Lewis (speaker at the 2011 Expo) promoting his new book.

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An event of this scope would be impossible without additional financial support. If your company sees the value of investing in our efforts, we offer several levels of Sponsorship opportunities which, in recognition of your financial support, will afford you a recognized and active presence at the Employment Expo and an ongoing association with Ability Axis.

Read all about it in our 2014 Sponsorship Package!


As a Sponsor, your investment will support this highly-regarded event that has become “An annual focal point for all individuals and organizations in Winnipeg that are invested in increasing the employment and career success of people with disabilities… a forum for connecting job seekers and employers, for highlighting achievement and innovation, for featuring and disseminating resources, and for encouraging ever greater workforce participation by Manitobans with disabilities.”

Your Sponsorship will also be recognized in our year-round involvement and collaboration with the people and organizations that are working to increase the participation of people with disabilities in our Manitoba’s workforce and workplaces. Online, we maintain are keeping a very complete and current calendar of events relating to disability and employment. Through our newsletter, RSS Feed, Facebook and Twitter we are developing a strong online network for disseminating ongoing information, alerts, and resources to employers, agencies, people with disabilities, policy makers, educators, and others. As resources permit, we also smaller educational and informational events throughout the year.


We are proud of our Sponsors and we respect the investment that they make in our efforts. We ensure that all of our Sponsors are prominently recognized at the event itself and that they receive ongoing recognition on our website and our electronic and print communications throughout the rest of the calendar year.


Photo of two girls eating fast foodKnowing that Sponsorship of the Expo is only a small reflection of a company’s deeper commitment to achieving a greater workforce participation rate for Manitobans with disabilities, we will invite all of our Sponsors to consult with us on how to make the Expo more successful in future years. We also hope to sustain an ongoing dialogue with them, individually and collectively, to discover ways for more Manitoba employers to productively employ the talents of people with disabilities.


Sponsorship does have its benefits! As a Sponsor we also want you to be active and engaged in the Expo itself. Hopefully you will find a level of Sponsorship that meets with your desired level of contribution, recognition and degree of active participation in the Expo:


If you are keen to become a Sponsor – or if you have any questions about Sponsorship opportunities, please contact us.

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