Dedicated Platform Allows Visually Impaired & 50 and Over Communities To More Easily Navigate Popular Social Networking Sites
NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- I-MerSee, an innovative New York City-based start-up company, today launched the world’s first social media network for the visually impaired and 50 and over communities, coinciding with Blindness Awareness Month.
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Founded in May 2013 by Benjamin Azuelos, I-MerSee is the first ever social media network designed specifically for the visually impaired and 50 and over communities. Featuring the latest in assistive technology, I-MerSee offers a comprehensive social media experience that connects users to the most popular social networks while also providing them with information on events and activities of interest to them. I-MerSee is headquartered in New York City.