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Disability Matters U.S. 2014 Sponsorships Available Now!

A corporate sponsor is defined as a company that provide funds in support of a cause or business case; a company that is influential and committed to the development and ultimate success of a program.

A successful sponsorship is when the sponsored event aligns with the company’s mission and/or long term vision, is relevant to one or many of its workforce, workplace or marketplace goals.  The sponsoring company also gets to differentiate itself from its competitors while enhancing its’ corporate image.

All of these benefits can be yours by becoming a proud sponsor of the 8th annual #U.S. #Disability #Matters #Conference and #Awards #Dinner.  By doing so you will demonstrate your company’s commitment to mainstreaming disability in your workforce, workplace and/or marketplace and ultimately, to becoming an employer or supplier of choice for the disability community.  The 2014 event, hosted by #Toyota #Motors #Sales will be held on #April 8-10, 2014 at #Morgan’s #Wonderland in #San #Antonio, #Texas.

In addition to an incredible agenda of outstanding speakers and disability leaders representing corporate America, the U.S. federal government, academia and non-profit sectors, all sharing today’s leading practices, there are exciting new segments to the conference that include facilitated table exercises to foster implementation of learnings, a deep-dive into accessibility and expanded sessions on the most recent Legislation and Compliance related issues and guidelines impacting #People #with #Disabilities and Service Disabled Veterans and much more.

Our 2014 sponsor packages have expanded as well, to provide broader brand awareness and valuable business benefits.  Don’t wait. 
 Become a proud sponsor of this most important event.
Contact #Jill #Frankel at #Springboard #Consulting today!
973-813-7260 x106
Jill@consultspringboard.com

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