Organizing a TEDx event means following a number of rules. Read these pages carefully before you apply for a license.
Note: You may not begin organizing an event until after your application for a license has been approved by TED.
|General||Rules to know before you apply for a TEDx license|
|Naming||Rules for choosing a name for your TEDx event|
|Branding / identity / logo||Rules about using the TEDx brand and logo; specifications|
|Copy / messaging||Acceptable language for describing TEDx, TED and your event|
|Websites||Rules for purchasing domains and designing your site|
|Speakers||Rules for selecting and managing TEDx speakers|
|Photo + video||Rules for photography and video|
|Social media / online marketing||Rules for promoting and marketing your event on the web|
|Event profiles||What belongs on your event's profile on TED.com|
|Webcasts||Rules if you provide a free webcast|
|Sponsors||Rules for partnering with local businesses|
|PR / press / media||Rules for promoting your event, interacting with the press|
|All rules||The complete TEDx rules on one page|
After you've read the rules: Read the organizer's responsibilities »