TEDxSeattle is our region’s premier TED-style event. And one of the first TEDx events in the world. 2,800 thought leaders, business owners, professionals and students participate in our annual flagship event. Plus thousands more via simulcast.
Join us this year on Saturday, Nov. 18 at McCaw Hall.
As a TEDxSeattle partner, you’ll share in our mission to spread ideas that change the world, while you amplify your brand with exposure to our vibrant community of influential thinkers and doers.
Experience some of our event vibe with our short sizzle reel.
Then learn more from TED on what it means to be a TEDx partner.
The power of TEDxSeattle Partnerships is one of our “ideas worth spreading.” What’s yours? If you have an idea or a brand you want to spread, let’s connect and explore a partnership together.
Write us at Partner@TEDxSeattle.com to get a digital brochure of Partner opportunities, as well as our investment tiers.
Another way to partner with TEDxSeattle is to host an Adventure.
TEDxSeattle is a volunteer run organization that taps into skills and experience from a variety of industries and backgrounds. A few of us work year-round to organize speakers and volunteers, whereas others come in just a few days before and help push this extraordinary event into reality. Below are some details on our volunteer types.
We need more help as we get closer to our day-long event, November 18 at McCaw Hall. We’re sorting out our needs for this year and will be posting applications for pre-event volunteers in spring.
Day-of Event Volunteers
We are not yet accepting volunteer applications for this November. If you’re not already on our email list, please join, and follow us on social media to stay in the know on future activities.
Core Team Volunteers
These volunteers pledge a considerable amount of time and energy to keep TEDxSeattle running year-round. We are evaluating needs for individuals with specific skill sets for 2017 and will post volunteer job descriptions as needed.
To learn more about what we consider in a speaker, watch Chris Anderson, the curator of TED (aka “the head of TED”) on TED’s secret to great public speaking. We will post details on our how to apply as a speaker for this year’s November event themed Changing Places in late March.