We Work

To Help You Serve.

Justin G

IBVI family member since 2013

On a mission. Driven by purpose.

At Industries for the Blind and Visually Impaired (IBVI), our employees inspire us with their commitment to excellence. They make us who we are. And they make it possible for us to do what we do: provide the best, most cost-effective industrial supplies—made with a true purpose.

Our Capabilities

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We use adaptive technology to produce goods that exceed ISO 9001 standards.
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We help elevate your business with turnkey distribution services.
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IBVI Spaces

Our expert design services and custom furniture solutions help create accessible spaces to live and work.
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IBVI Custom

We can get you the branded items you need, on time and on-budget.
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IB Supply

Dedicated to your on-base needs, we offer a full range of custom supplies and solutions.

Focused on Our People. Driven by Our Purpose.

At IBVI, our employees inspire us with their pride, passion, and commitment to excellence. Every new customer, every new order, provides us with opportunities to create more jobs for the blind and visually impaired.

 Matt B

IBVI family member since 2014

Matt B placing a part into a foam kitting case.

Community Resources

At IBVI, we’re proud to help provide useful resources for the blind and visually impaired community—as evidenced by our partnerships throughout the community.

GSA & AbilityOne® Approved

For more than 60 years, we have been a proud AbilityOne® supplier for customers as diverse as the products we make.

Who We Are

Fulfilling our promise to the blind and visually impaired takes hard work and dedication, but it’s a pursuit of passion and purpose. Our mission, our promise is rooted in five core values—our marching orders.

Recent News

The Red Hot Chili Pipers, an ensemble from Scotland consisting of pipers, guitarists, keyboards and drummers, playing on stage.

How Milwaukee Irish Fest Stays Inclusive

Summerfest, Wisconsin State Fair, Petfest —it’s the prime season for festivals and events in Milwaukee and the next big one is the world’s largest Irish music festival, Milwaukee Irish Fest! But what does that look like for people with disabilities?
A young girl covering part of her face with a red maple leaf.

August is Children’s Eye Health and Safety Month

Although most of us don’t want to accept it, summer is winding down and school will soon be starting up again. This means shopping for school supplies, new school outfits and, hopefully, receiving a complete eye exam.