Entrepreneurs with Down syndrome wanted!

You are invited to participate in the 2024 DSAIA Annual Leadership Conference Entrepreneur Showcase!

Down Syndrome Affiliates in Action is excited to be bringing back the Entrepreneur Showcase to this year’s conference — February 15-17, 2024 in Dallas, Texas. Click Here to learn more about this year’s conference.

The Entrepreneur Showcase will be part of the Exhibit Hall, which is visited by over 250 attendees and sponsors daily! DSAIA wants to showcase businesses owned and operated by individuals with Down syndrome to shine the spotlight on the amazing work being done by individuals with Down syndrome AND to inspire our attendees to purchase from these entrepreneurs and get good ideas for their own communities.

We have created two ways to participate in the Entrepreneur Showcase:

(1) for those who plan to attend the conference in-person

(2) for those who would like display space but will not be attending the conference.

Click here to reserve your spot!

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