We partnered with ArtEC since 2016 for our smaller events.
artEC (formerly EPSAC) is a non profit organisation and Community Art Centre, set up for the advancement of the Visual Arts and Art Craftsmanship by working to uplift the arts in the Eastern Cape, South Africa, helping artists and encouraging a public interest in the arts.
We have undergone ambitious changes to reposition artEC as a society which is relevant to all members of the art and craft community, and to raise the standards of art, both in PE and the rest of the Eastern Cape.
In 2017 we Partnered with some old and new associations and organisations below:
NETucation is the leading e-learning company focussed on Privacy and Online Safety Training for Community Groups, Families and Schools.
NETucation’s founder, Ramon Thomas, has worked closely with the TEDxPortElizabeth team after his resignation as the founder or the organisation from supporting leadership programs to funding of operations where needed.
Being part of the founding Partners to the Organisation Magnetic Storm continues to be a helping hand to the technical necessities and will continue to be one of NMB’s best in enriching youth development and corporate events through their brilliant service.
Magnetic Storm’s industry role extends beyond selling and installing audio visual equipment and providing event services. As leaders in this corporate industry, Magnetic Storm finds it important to make a difference and use our expertise by being actively involved in a range of developmental and social projects across a broad spectrum of initiatives.
For our 2016 conference we partnered with the following organisations
AFDA Film School
AFDA, is a film, television, performance, business innovation and computer technology school. It has campuses located in Auckland Park, Johannesburg; Observatory, Cape Town; Durban North, Durban; Newton Park, Port Elizabeth and Gaborone Botswana.
AFDA Port Elizabeth has sponsored the venue (28 Bird Street, Central), AV equipment and filmmakers to film the event.
Port Elizabeth is known as the friendly city and is renowned for its pristine and accessible beaches, adventure sports and outdoor lifestyle. It boasts a strong cultural history, provides a student friendly environment with excellent accommodation and is a host to a large body of international visitors annually.
Protea Hotel Marine
Our accommodation partner was The Protea Hotel Marine, one of the finest beachfront hotels in Port Elizabeth.
A stay at this four-star hotel is an unparalleled experience. Overlooking the sun-drenched sands of Pollock Beach, with sweeping views of Algoa Bay, you can relax or work in comfort.
Perfect for tourists and business travelers, Protea Hotel Marine, in the heart of this friendly city of Port Elizabeth, is famous for its quality facilities, personal service and luxurious interior design. Whether you are on conference or holiday, there is no better place to stay.
The hotel offers a wide variety of rooms to choose from, with 78 standard bedrooms and 36 superior rooms including self-catering units.
From perfect comfort to ultimate luxury, the ‘Marine’ has the environment you’ve been searching for.
Contact the Protea Hotel Marine HERE or via email on email@example.com should you have any queries.
Algoa Bay Yacht Club
The TEDxPortElizabeth organising committee has met every Saturday at the ABYC and we thank them for the use of their deck, Chartroom and Wardroom as we have met and planned.
The Algoa Bay Yacht Club (ABYC) is based in Port Elizabeth, South Africa. Port Elizabeth forms part of the Nelson Mandela Metropole. ABYC has been host to many national and international sailing events.
ABYC exists to; “Foster an interest in sailing” and we provide the facilities to meet this objective. An active sailing section, marina, convivial pub and excellent restaurant (The Chartroom) with a great view all combine to make ABYC one of the friendliest venues in the Friendly City.
A rich nautical and competitive sailing history with many resident and visiting characters assure you of a unique Port Elizabeth experience. Competitive sailing takes place every weekend throughout the sailing season and social Wednesday Evening Sailing is open to all who want to; “try before you buy”.
ABYC is conveniently situated within the precincts of the Port Elizabeth Harbour just north of the National Sea Rescue (NSRI) and Port Elizabeth Deep Sea Angling Club (PEDSAC).
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Nelson Mandela Bay Tourism
Nelson Mandela Bay Tourism sponsored the bags for the goodies plus badges and tourism brochures.
Nelson Mandela Bay (Port Elizabeth, Uitenhage, Despatch and Colchester), an excellent value-for-money-family-fun-in-the-sun-holiday destination, named after Nelson Mandela – humanitarian, freedom fighter and world icon of peace – located 763 km east of Cape Town, is regarded as the “official” gateway to the scenic Eastern Cape Province and the world renowned Garden Route and is sometimes referred to (by the people who know her best) as the “friendly city” or the “water sport capital of Africa”.