The Denver Mini Maker Faire is not just an annual event. It is a community of innovators, entrepreneurs, artists, creative builders, ingenious DIY hobbyists, scientists, tech-tinkerers, engineers, manufacturers, and producers. We are professionals, families, kids and kids-at-heart and we are engaged in building innovation in business, arts, education and fun projects all year ’round. Check out this video featuring sponsoring companies such as Intel on: Why Sponsor a Maker Faire? Below are links to our presenting sponsors for 2016 – Sparkfun, the Denver Museum of Nature & Science, Make, and Epilog Laser. Many thanks for the generous support of these forward-thinking organizations.
Do you want to become a sponsor for the Denver Mini Maker Faire? Contact Megan Fisher at the Denver Museum for Nature & Science. Megan (dot) Fisher (at) DMNS (dot) org
In addition to the Denver Mini Maker Faire, the Colorado Maker Hub produces the Rocky Mountain Makerspace Conference, Makers After Dark, the NoCo Mini Maker Faire, and Colorado Maker week – as well as growing youth maker programs and a thriving online community of makers throughout the year. Interested in sponsoring any other activities of the Colorado Maker Hub? Contact Elise VanDyne (at) comakerhub (dot) org.
Meet the 2016 Denver Mini Maker Faire Sponsors!
Click on each logo to be taken to each sponsor’s website
“Inspiring people of all ages to actively create, invent, and problem solve is part of our mission,” said Nathan Seidle, Founder and CEO of SparkFun Electronics. “We are proud of our ongoing work with The Denver Mini Maker Faire–this event is not about a one-weekend experience, it is about connecting people to leading-edge technology and motivating them to innovate for the future.”
Colorado Maker Hub
We are Non-Profit Organization providing collaborative opportunities which leverage innovative technologies and practices to foster environmental and socially progressive economic development. Our mission is to inspire, inform, and connect Colorado Makers by producing Mini Maker Faires and creating opportunities for resource sharing and collaboration among the diverse innovation community of tinkerers, tech enthusiasts, artists, educators, hobbyists, science clubs, students and entrepreneurs.