What? TEDxIB@York is an educational event that will feature 12 world class speakers giving short talks on a wide variety of topics. The York School, an independent school in Toronto which teaches the International Baccalaureate (IB) program, is inviting other IB schools from across the world to send students to attend this incredible event.
Where? The event is being held at the The York School’s Upper School Campus in Toronto.
When? November 18, 2011
Who? 350 attendees; half of the seats will be open to general application and half of the attendees will be International Baccalaureate (IB) high school students, mostly within Ontario. The event will also be live streamed to thousands more viewers at IB schools around the world.
Why? TED is a proven model to share Ideas Worth Spreading which can effect change in the world. There’s nowhere better to start than with exemplary IB students who will be our leaders of tomorrow.
How? With your help! We are depending on our sponsors to make this not-for-profit event possible.
We would greatly appreciate for you to provide:
- cash sponsorship
- provide product or vouchers for the speaker gift bag
- provide product or vouchers for the attendee gift bag
- program brochure
- signage at event
- logo on live stream which will reach thousands of viewers at IB schools around the world.
- we will thank each of our sponsors individually from the stage during the event
- place product or vouchers in the speaker and attendee gift bags
- exclusive sponsor for particular needs
We are open to suggestions on alternative sponsorship recognition to fit your needs.
Please note that we issue charitable donation tax receipts.
Thank you for your time. We look forward to working with you to represent your brand at this world class event. Sponsoring this event will allow you to give back to the community while at the same time reaching a key marketing demographic.
If you’re not familiar with the annual TED event held in California, we encourage you to check it out at www.ted.com, where hundreds of short , inspiring talks are free to view for the world. TED speakers have included Bill Gates, Al Gore, Jane Goodall, James Cameron, Gordon Brown, and many more.