Exhibitors

More than 2,200 women (and a few good men) are expected to attend the 2016 Women’s Leadership Conference. This extraordinary annual one-day gathering, now in its 21st  year, is the premiere women’s leadership event for networking and educational information in the region.

The non-partisan conference features nationally and internationally recognized speakers who are leaders in business, media, leadership development, finance, and health, year after year the Conference empowers, inspires, and engages women from Western New England and beyond.

One of the outstanding features of the conference is that exhibitors have the opportunity to present products (new and existing) and services to an audience that is diverse, professional, and influential. More than 70 exhibitors will have the ability to make profitable new business contacts, present new products, educate and fulfill entrepreneurial outreach, diversity and recruitment programs with women, face-to-face, introducing and informing these key decision makers.

One of the outstanding features of the conference is that exhibitors have the opportunity to present products (new and existing) and services to an audience that is diverse, professional, and influential. More than 70 exhibitors will have the ability to make profitable new business contacts, present new products, educate and fulfill entrepreneurial outreach, diversity and recruitment programs with women, face-to-face, introducing and informing these key decision makers.

We accept all types of exhibitors to participate at the conference each year. In particular, we look for exhibitors who can show that their service, product and/or company empower and enhances a woman’s life. We strive to maintain a balance between the different products and services offered to our attendees. Examples of exhibitor types include museums, retail vendors, healthcare organizations, non-profits, government agencies, professional services, and many more. Exhibitors may offer products, goods, services and information applicable to women. We encourage those with volunteer, donor, education, and/or employment opportunities available for attendees. Exhibitors should focus on categories that highlight women owned businesses and companies that empower women: Health & Wellness; Community; Career & Life Planning; Education; and Technology. Please note there are limited booths available in each category. When registering please indicate the category that most describes your organization. If you cannot find the appropriate exhibitor category, please select “Other”.

Exhibitor Fee $500

Exhibitor Cancellations received in writing by March 1 will receive deposit less $50.00 processing fee. Cancellations received in writing March 2-March 29 receive a 50% refund. No refunds will be given after March 29, 2016.

To ensure your space you must pay in full by March 1, 2016. If not paid in full by this time, your space could be given to another on the wait list.

(Participation deadline: March 29 or when space is full)

Booth Package includes: 

  • Access to over 2000 women who are leaders in their business and communities
  • Listed as exhibitor in conference program (Must have registered by March 1st to be included in the program listing)
  • Listed as exhibitor on WLC website with hyperlink to Exhibitors homepage
  • One 6-foot exhibitor table, skirted with two chairs
  • Box lunch provided for two (2) company representatives
  • Two exhibit hall only passes for booth staff

Not included, request at additional fee on registration form:

  • Pipe and Drape – $75.00
  • Electricity – $20.00

2015 Exhibitors List

Bay Path University

Bay Path University Graduate Admissions

Bay Path University Traditional Admissions

Bay Path University African Crafts

Bay Path University/Alumni Relations 

Bay Path University/Sullivan Career & Life Planning

Baystate Health Foundation

Baystate Health Spirit of Women

Baystate Health/Talent Acquisition

Beauticontrol

Beth Russo Jewelry

Business West & The Healthcare News

Center for Human Development – Foster Care Program
(Space donated by Six-Point Creative Works)

Chandler’s Restaurant/Yankee Candle Village

Chase Clarke Stewart & Fontanta

Comprehensive Breast Care at Noble Hospital

Consolidated Health Plans

David I. Peck, DMD PC

Designs by Sandra

Dr. Francis Feeney

Dupre Counseling and Weight Loss

Ellie & Me

Employers Association of the NorthEast

Farmington Bank

Federation for Children with Special Needs

Financial Partners, Inc

Follett

ForkArt Jewelry

Future Health

Get in Tune

Health New England

Heartfelt Fine Giifts

It Works, Independent Distributor

Jafra Cosmetics

Jenzabar

Johnson & Hill Staffing

LIVESTRONG at the YMCA

Mary Kay

Mary’s Meadow at Providence Place

MassMutual Financial Group

My Main Squeeze

NAI Samuel D. Plotkin & Associates

On the Avenue Marketing

Pearls With Purpose Foundation

People’s Bank

Pioneer Valley Plastic Surgery

Pop’s Biscotti & Chocolates

Robert Charles Photography

Shaina Trimboli Photography

Silpada Designs

Simply Fair LLC

Sisters of Providence Health System

SkinCatering

SKM Jewelers

Springfield College, School of Human Services

Square One

Stella & Dot

Tamara Designs of Boston LLC

The American Women’s College

The Naked Wrist

The Republican/El Pueblo Latino

Tre Olive

U.S. Trust, Bank of America

United Bank

Viridian Energy

WB Mason

WEIB 106.3 Smooth FM

Wicked Good Treats by Elaine

Women’s Xchange

Yankee Candle

Younique