Sponsors 2012

We’re very grateful to our 2012 sponsors for helping us make the inaugural TEDxExeter such a success. Please click on their logos to visit their websites and find out more about their products and services.

Find out more about the benefits of sponsoring TEDxExeter, and how you can support future events and make TEDxExeter accessible to a wide cross section of our community.

 

Exeter_University_website

The University of Exeter is delighted to support the TedxExeter initiative and promote sustainability in Devon and Cornwall. The university is committed to the principles and practice of environmental sustainability in its activities throughout the institution. Opening in 2012 will be the Environment and Sustainability Institute (ESI) based at the University of Exeter’s Cornwall campus. This will be an interdisciplinary centre leading cutting-edge research into the consequences of environmental change and mitigation and management of its effects. The investment in this centre demonstrates the University’s long term commitment to sustainability. Please visit www.exeter.ac.uk for further information.

 

Egremont_website

At Egremont we help our clients turn good ideas into action. A key feature of our work is to help organisations understand the accelerating pace of change in the world today and what the implications are for the next decade. So, for us, the key question is ‘how quickly can business become sustainable’ not just because it’s the right thing to do, but because commercial economic models will force no other choice. This is why we are delighted to be supporting and sponsoring a hotbed of ideas at TEDxExeter.

 

Shillingford_Organics_website

Shillingford Organics is based in a small village on the outskirts of Exeter; we grow over 120 different types of vegetables, herbs, salad leaves, edible flowers and fruit organically. We also try to provide varieties suited to our soil and climate. Every week we deliver vegetable boxes to homes and work places in the Exeter and Teign Valley areas.We also supply Community Shops in Exeter and Farmers’ Markets. The range of vegetables varies according to the time of year so you can look forward to tasting the freshest new crops at their best. We encourage visits to the farm so you can see firsthand how and where our produce is grown.

 

Sungift_website

SunGift Solar is an award-winning, renewable energy specialist, based in Devon, that offers personalised design and tailored systems to meet customers exact requirements. We fit a whole range of renewable energy technologies, from solar PV and ground or air source heat pumps to solar thermal, biomass boilers, small wind turbines and whole-house sustainable energy solutions.

We offer you an all-encompassing package that entails everything from an initial introduction and survey to project management, job completion, commissioning and after sales service. This makes choosing renewable energy solutions seamless, hassle-free, enjoyable, and simple-to-understand – it’s a complete renewable energy experience.

Your Energy | Our Expertise

 

Colourburn_website

At Colourburn, we’re passionate about using film to get your message across. It’s what we know best and it’s definitely what we do best. So whether it’s the brilliance of a brand that that needs communicating, a story that needs to be told, or a band that needs to be seen and heard we have the creative bounce and technical know-how to make it happen.

With over 10 years of experience working in the video production industry and a vast array of happy clients under our belts, we know all about creating engaging video content to the very best effect. Whether it’s corporate film, branded video content or other multi-media formats you’re looking for, we can advise you on the very best way to get your message on screen and out there.

What’s more, our state-of-the-art on location HD equipment and in-house editing facilities mean we have everything we need to create something of production quality at competitive rates.

 

South_West_Water_website

South West Water is Devon and Cornwall’s water and sewerage provider and this year will restore 600 hectares of wetlands as part of its Upstream Thinking programme.