HumanWare Florida – Co-Owner and Vice President of Business Development

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HumanWare co-owner and Vice President of Business Development Yves Boisjoli will discuss its international growth as well as any challenges it might present when selling in multiple markets, and explain how HumanWare has met these obstacles through innovation and strategic partnerships.

HumanWare is an industry leader when it comes to technology for blind and low vision individuals, producing such products as the BrailleNote mobile computer with 32 or 18 column refreshable braille displays.

Yves Boisjoli

HumanWare co-owner and Vice-President of Business Development Yves Boisjoli will discuss how its international expansion has assisted with both expansion and strategic positioning of the enterprise. As part of that international presence, HumanWare provided many low-vision technological assistance products which were exported across Europe, Australia, and the USA.

Yves Boisjoli of Drummondville (Quebec) earned his Bachelor of Legal Studies at Sherbrooke University in 1983 and, following studies at Miami, Florida Atlantic University where he obtained his MA in Business Administration (MBA). Prior to entering commercial activity Yves Boisjoli worked as an attorney for two years in Drummondville before transitioning into commercial activity.

Roger Steinberg

Roger Steinberg serves as Business Manager of HumanWare, leading development of low vision solutions. With a BA from Saint Leo University and extensive technology integration, product development, training and project management experience to his credit, Roger brings considerable value in this role as Business Manager of HumanWare. Additionally, he holds certification as Project Management Professional.

HumanWare, a world leader in developing technology aids for blind and low-vision people, offers innovative products such as the BrailleNote portable computer that features Braille keyboard or Qwerty keyboard input options, speech synthesiser functionality and either 32 or 18 column refreshable braille display options. Furthermore, HumanWare has mobile computing solutions such as VoiceNote that leverage natural language commands.

Sharon Steinberg and family remain his survivors: 4 daughters and sons-in-law, grandchildren, sister June Steinberg, brother Ken Borree and Lois (Melvin) Lendt as well as various nieces and nephews. He enjoyed spending time with family and friends hunting and fishing – especially traveling north Wisconsin to hunt muskies! Additionally he was an avid Packers fan, often framing pictures featuring himself with Bart Starr being his favorite player, plus taking trips out to Newald to view his property there.

John Wickham

John Wickham is a leader of Contemporary Christian Music (CCM) genre and an author. As well as writing numerous books – such as his bestseller “The Joy of a Life Well Lived” – John was also once an accomplished musician, playing guitar and bass for bands like The Way and Parable.

HumanWare, which specializes in computers for blind and low vision users, boasts several products such as BrailleNote with 32 or 18 column refreshable Braille displays that can also accommodate GPS modules – offices are located throughout Europe, North America and Australia for this company.

HumanWare is a leader in providing technology aids for people who are blind or have vision loss, with products designed to increase independence and boost productivity for users who require these aids. Furthermore, HumanWare also offers accessories and software options that allow individuals to tailor their devices specifically to meet their own specific needs.

Wickham was the son of a minister in New York and became a Loyalist during the American Revolution. After studying under George Wythe at William and Mary Law, Wickham returned home and practiced law before serving a long term in New York General Assembly and representing Aaron Burr at his Treason Trial Trial trial in 1807.

He was also known for breeding racehorses such as Boston and Lexington. Alongside his legal and business activities, he participated in local politics, owned a plantation, and is buried at Richmond’s Shockoe Hill Cemetery.

At Galapagos Islands, Darwin collected and kept various species of plants and animals, which he kept as specimens in his personal collection. As second in command on board HMS Beagle during a survey expedition off South America in 1827, his health became severely impaired with prolonged naval service, eventually leading to his death at Leith in 1864; upon hearing of this news his widow donated funds towards setting up a marine research station there in 1865.

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