Be inclusive, Retain Staff, Attract Customers
Is your business noisy? You may be turning away 30% of potential staff and customers. According to WHO, this noise-sensitive group represents a market share worth over £2.25 billion in the UK alone.
Step up your Audio Game
Let’s face it, a lot of businesses and events just aren’t cutting it when it comes to sound inclusivity. And the cost? Lost money, unhappy people, and a tarnished reputation. Not exactly the dream, right?
Since 2018, we've been on a mission, supported by big names like the UK Innovation Agency, WHO, and the UK Noise Association. Together with experts in acoustics, audio experience design, hearing psychology, and technology, we've developed a tested solution to the recreational noise problem. Say hello to smart noise monitors and a unique Audio Accessibility score designed to make your space and team audio compliant and inclusive.
Some of Our Clients
How Mumbli supports your business
We offer assessments via wireless sensors and a recognised score for audio inclusivity
Customised program aligning with your business, accessibility policy and staff wellbeing.
We promote global businesses where one can work or relax without unwanted noise.
Access training videos, WHO noise map, quiet zones, alerts & recommendations via our portal.
We help you remain Compliant and Inclusive for those who are noise sensitive
▸ Inclusive spaces
80% more likely to feel excluded whilst at work in comparison to other situations. Over 80% of adults more likely to spend with a brand that is inclusive.
▸ Safer workspaces
Over 61% of employees and 80% of executives reported that they are not fully open about their disability.
▸ Global guidelines for safe listening
It’s like GDPR, but for noise. We work with WHO and global experts to ensure that our services cover your regulatory requirements.
What Our Clients are Saying
Being able to offer Audio Inclusive live music events is a real game changer for us and our global community.
It's definitely something I'd apply to all venues & I'd recommend to other people to do it as well.
I am hard of hearing & thought that I was getting better at hearing but I realised it was down to Mumbli.