Want to know more about the MetroWest Conference for Women? Find the answers to frequently asked questions below. Reach out if you have further questions.
When & where is the conference?
The MetroWest Conference for Women 2022 will take place at the Sheraton Framingham on Thursday, September 15 from 7:30AM – 5PM, with a Comedy Kick-off the evening before on Wednesday, September 14 from 5:30PM – 8PM.
1657 Worcester Road, Framingham, MA 01701
how much is a ticket and what is included?
Individual Tickets for the 2022 conference are $52.00 for a full-day conference pass. Tickets for the Comedy Kick-Off reception the night before are $35.00 and include an opportunity to meet and greet our keynote speakers, panelists, and special guests.
Your ticket includes:
- Full buffet breakfast
- Plated lunch (Please let us know if you have nutritional needs when you register)
- Two main stage keynote sessions
- Ten breakout sessions from which to choose
- Complementary wine and hors d’oeuvres reception and networking opportunity during a conference wrap up with exhibitors (DJ and shopping!)
- Access to the Exhibitors all day (5+ hours of vendor time)
- Complementary Parking
Tickets are non-refundable.
how do I register?
Click BUY A TICKET at the top of the page or click here: https://conta.cc/3un0R2D
How do I become a sponsor?
Please email us: email@example.com
How do I become an exhibitor?
Click EXHIBITORS at the top of the page or click here: https://sheslocal.org/metrowest-conference-for-women/exhibitors/
What should I wear / what may I bring?
We would love for you to join us in wearing something purple, as purple is the color of power! But truly, wear whatever you want, it’s your day to be inspired! BE COMFORTABLE!
Please know that press and a professional photographer will be there taking photographs throughout the day. You will receive a sturdy tote Conference bag upon arrival to hold all of your purchases and program materials.
Past attendees have found it helpful to bring any of the following: business cards, phone/laptop/tablet + charger, paper/pen for taking notes and a bottle of water. NO VIDEO’S ARE ALLOWED.
How do I get my badge TO ENTER THE CONFERENCE SESSIONS?
When you purchase a ticket to either conference day ($52) or Comedy Kick-Off ($35), your name goes on our lists. When you arrive to the event, give your registered name to our volunteers and they will give you your badge for full access to all sessions. Only badge holders will have access to sessions or events.
What if my plans change?
Please transfer your ticket to a lucky person! All tickets are non-refundable. We plan the day based on our ticket sales.
General seating is first come/first served for main stage sessions and breakouts. Preferred seating at main stage sessions is available for sponsors. Please contact us for information: firstname.lastname@example.org
are men welcome at the conference?
Yes, we have men that attend every year! We welcome men as advocates for the advancement of women.
who produces the conference?
She’s Local, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization Tax ID #81-4840574
Who do we serve?
At She’s Local, Inc., we recognize all people have valuable life experiences, and we choose to highlight and share only those of women and those who have lived consequential experiences as women. It is our mission to provide quality digital and in-person opportunities for women to learn and connect. By focusing on only serving women, we can do our part to eliminate barriers to a woman’s success. Our goal is to provide a safe platform for women to share, which inevitably showcases those experiences that are unique to women.
We also recognize that other populations are affected by unique and complex societal factors. This does not preclude men and those not identifying as women from attending or supporting any of the experiences created by She’s Local, Inc. On the contrary, we welcome the engagement of other populations as we work to create a thriving environment for the advancement of women.
She’s Local, Inc. strives to empower all women and those who have lived consequential experiences as women, inclusive of races, socioeconomic or educational backgrounds, religions and sexual orientation.