Be a Part of Maker Faire

Are you looking for a unique opportunity to showcase your brand, engage with a diverse audience, and support innovation and creativity?

Be A Part of the Maker Movement

Experience the phenomenon of Maker Faire – a place to celebrate groundbreaking ideas, cutting-edge technologies, revolutionary innovations, and hands-on learning.

It’s a global movement too! We’ve licensed the event to organizations around the world, creating +150 annual Maker Faires in Rome, Shanghai, Hyderabad, Mexico City, Los Angeles, etc.

An Opportunity to Fit Your Objectives

Maker Faire offers a chance to a limited number of companies or organizations to be part of this community. Show thought leadership in innovation by sharing a new product or service, be a change-agent in STEAM and host a hands-on activity, showcase or underwrite a maker, or support efforts to bring students to Field Trip Day.

Get In Touch

Don’t miss out on the opportunity to be part of something truly special. Join us as a sponsor of Maker Faire Bay Area and be a part of igniting innovation, inspiring creativity, and shaping the future of making. To learn more about sponsorship opportunities and how you can get involved, please contact us at partnerships@make.co.

Sponsorship Insights

“Maker Faire represents the pinnacle of DIY ingenuity and culture, making it a great place to share the interactive fun of Nintendo Labo,” said Doug Bowser, Nintendo of America’s Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing.

“We fell in love with ITP's Nerdy Derby. It's a 21st Century re-envisioning of the classic Pinewood derby and is ridiculously fun.” said Wired Magazine of the activity sponsored by General Mills.

“The majority of Americans consider themselves makers and creators. Tapping them for co-creating new products and using that community for innovation is just right on point.” Sarah DaVanzo, Pepsi’s chief cultural strategy officer.

“This is where innovation is occurring and Intel has a great interest in helping spur innovation,” said Brian Krzanich, former CEO of Intel.

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