diy business association conference


Good morning guys! Before we start with regular posts today I wanted to take a quick second to say how excited I am to be joining the DIY Business Association Conference taking place next month in Brooklyn. The conference was founded by an amazing group of people dedicated to empowering and educating creative small business owners and self-employed/freelancers. I’m going to be part of a panel called “Gurus of Communication and Content” but there are a slew of exciting panels with people from organizations like Etsy, Pitchfork, Modcloth, The Huffington Post, eMusic, Seth Godin’s Domino Project, RollingStone.com and many more. I hope you’ll join all of us in Brooklyn for the conference on Sunday, June 26th, 2011. See you there! xo, grace

Discount update: The regular ticket price is $125, but they kindly offered a discount to D*S readers so your ticket price will be reduced to $99 for the whole day. If you’re interested in attending, you can register here and enter “d*s” in the discount code section when you check out. This discount is good through June 1st, so be sure to register before then if you’d like the reduced fee.

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