Girls’ Festival Expo Marketplace

This year we are excited to host an expanded marketplace where both non-profit organizations and for-profit businesses can showcase their products and services. It is a tremendous sales and visibility opportunity for our exhibitors to interact with 7,000+ girls and their parents from across the greater San Francisco Bay Area.

For our non-profit organizations who provide services and support for girls and women, it is a chance to engage with thousands of girls, introduce your programs, and meet potential donors. For our for-profit businesses, it is an opportunity to get in front of the powerful and influential pre-teen and teen market and their decision-making moms and dads to sell products and services and associate your brand with girls and women empowerment.

November 9th will be an amazing and powerful day at the enormous and iconic Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco and we welcome your application to participate. Below are the categories and pricing for our exhibitors. Applying to become an exhibitor doesn’t guarantee placement. A Girls' Festival representative will contact you once your application has been reviewed and if approved will help you complete the registration process. For questions and additional information please contact us at

2019 Expo Categories and Pricing
All exhibitor and Marketplace opportunities are full.
We can’t wait to showcase them all at this year’s festival.
  • $250
    • 6-foot table
    • 4 festival passes
  • $75
    ages 18 and under
  • $350
    Women-owned businesses
    • 6-foot table
    • 4 festival passes
  • $1,500
    Premier for-profit
    (only 10 available)
    • 10' X 10' booth space
    • 12 festival passes
  • $2,500
    Premier for-profit
    (only 10 available)
    • 10' X 20' booth space
    • 20 festival passes
Past Participants
Join 140+ participants who made our Festivals unforgettable days for girls
  • ABC7
  • About-Face
  • Academy of Self Defense
  • Accenture
  • Albertsons Companies
  • Alliance for Girls
  • Alternatives in Action
  • AnnieCannons, Inc
  • Art of Gathering
  • Athleta
  • Autodesk
  • Bay Area Disc Association
  • Bay Area Girls Unite
  • Bay Area Women's Sports Initiative
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bay Area
  • BizWorld
  • Black Girls CODE
  • Borbón Skincare, Inc.
  • Camp Fashionista
  • Camp Reel Stories
  • Career Girls
  • Cartoon Network
  • Castle in the Air
  • Center for Domestic Peace
  • Charles Schwab
  • Chhandam Youth Dance Company
  • Christin Rose
  • Cisco Systems
  • CoderBunnyz
  • Comcast
  • Computer History Museum
  • Contra Costa Sheriff's Dispatch
  • Cyant
  • Developments in Literacy
  • Devonrose
  • Dining for Women
  • Empower HerFuture
  • Epic Sky
  • Esha Yoga
  • Flowering Hope
  • Free Beauty
  • Friends of the Commission on the Status of Women
  • Gaia Girls Passages
  • Gilead Sciences
  • Girl Scouts of Northern California
  • Girls Crushing It
  • Girls Elevate
  • Girls for a Change
  • Girls Garage
  • Girls Leadership
  • Girls Leading Girls
  • Girls on the Run of Silicon Valley
  • Girls on the Run of the Bay Area
  • Girls Who Code
  • GirlVentures
  • GlobalGirl Media
  • Goal Five
  • Golden State Warriors
  • Grand Paradé, Inc
  • Grrrl Brigade
  • Healthy Teen Project
  • Helix HG Inc.
  • Hint Water
  • Holy Names High School
  • ICA Cristo Rey
  • iHeart Media- 103.7FM
  • IMPACT Bay Area
  • JAKE
  • Jamba Juice
  • Juggling for Jude
  • Kaiser Permanente
  • La Casa de las Madres
  • Legal Aid Society-Employment Law Center
  • Fair Play for Girls in Sports Project
  • Love Never Fails
  • LoveSpunk
  • MathAction
  • Mills College
  • Miss CEO
  • Mission Neighborhoods Center, Mission Girls Services
  • Mix'd Ingrdnts
  • National Novel Writing Month
  • New Moon Girls
  • Noe Valley Girls Film Festival
  • Noonday Collection
  • Oakland Unified School District
  • One Circle Foundation
  • One World Children's Fund
  • Oracle Academy, Oracle
  • Peninsula Girls Chorus
  • Planned Parenthood Mar Monte
  • Planned Parenthood Northern California
  • Project Glimmer
  • QueenHype
  • Quench
  • Racheal Elizabeth Designs
  • Rediscover Nutrition
  • Resolute Circles Group
  • Rise Up
  • Rocksbox
  • RoCo Dance Bodylanguage
  • Room to Read
  • San Francisco Girls Chorus
  • San Francisco Recreation & Parks Department with Junior Giants
  • San Jose Dance Theatre
  • Santa Clara University
  • Scientific Adventures for Girls
  • SCU School of Engineering
  • SCU Undergraduate Admission Student Ambassadors
  • Shared Hope International
  • SHEheroes
  • Simply the Basics
  • Skate Like a Girl SF Bay Area
  • Soccer Without Borders
  • SoulCycle
  • Spirited Woman
  • Spotlight: Girls
  • Stanford Children's Health
  • Syzygy Dance Project
  • TechShop Inc.
  • The Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising (FIDM)
  • The Game Last Night
  • The Girls' Middle School
  • The Hamlin School
  • The Intuitive Writing Project
  • The Lace Museum
  • The LGBTQ Youth Space
  • The OTHER Project
  • The Red Web Foundation
  • The Representation Project
  • The Sewing Room
  • The Tech Museum of Innovation
  • Thermo Fisher Scientific
  • Truve
  • UCSF National Center of Excellence in Women's Health
  • Univision
  • Vital Voices Global Partnership
  • Williams Sonoma
  • Young Minds Advocacy
  • Your Purpose Driven Practice
  • Youth Art Exchange
  • Youth Speaks, Inc.
  • YWCA San Francisco & Marin
  • Zonta eClub of Silicon Valley
I knew the event would be powerful, but I didn’t realize it would bring me to tears again and again. I watched as my niece got career advice from a vet, heard about how to protect herself and friends from sexual trafficking, imagined a world in which she might be an entrepreneur, perfected her baseball pitch, packaged gift bags for homeless women, connected with a dance troupe with whom she can pursue her love of dance, and see so many other girls committed to being engaged and making a difference. It was life-changing.
 — Festival Attendee
The festival made me feel inspired and empowered — there are so many jobs that I can do. I feel like I could do anything I put my mind to.
 — Festival Attendee
It's critical we all push back against the status quo that tells young women and girls that their value is only in their looks and not in their skills and accomplishments. Together with WorldWideWomen, we are challenging and overcoming this limiting gender stereotype so that every young woman and girl can achieve her full human potential.
 — Jennifer Siebel Newsom, The Representation Project
The festival made me feel excited to come up with my own ideas to change the world and help people.
 — Festival Attendee
When I see girls like this, actually at the age of nine, stand up here and declare that they are going to do what they believe, it’s so inspiring. So it’s just an honor to be part of this and I feel like the gender gap is closing faster and faster.
 — Sue Siegel, GE Ventures CEO
The festival made me feel more confident in myself.
 — Festival Attendee
The giving back part and the paying it forward is really the best part about being here specifically today.
 — Brandi Chastain, Olympic and World Champion Soccer Player
I learned how important it is for girls to be who they want to be and not be afraid to do what they want to do.
 — Festival Attendee
The Girls’ Festival is important because it gets girls talking about sports, it gets them in the same room. It gets them listening to great panels of women that have been through what they have been through. I think that having the Girls’ Festival is a great thing for all these young girls.
 — Brenda Villa, 4x Olympic Water Polo Player
So many women saying, I wish I had this when I was younger. (I’m 26 and I was saying it!) It’s a testament to how powerful an event like this is for young girls. The exposure to sports, STEM, and female leadership cannot be overstated —we need more Girls’ Festivals!
 — Festival Attendee
The girlpreneurs, that’s our future. Anything that we can do to make it stronger and inspire more girls would be a great thing.
 — Mark Cuban, Shark Tank investor
To see all the young diverse faces in the audience and their engagement was inspiring. Given the political realities and assault on women’s rights of late, to be reminded of the hope and talent of the next generation was a bit of ‘food for the soul’.
 — Festival Attendee