AET Africa have launched a kids art competition and are on the hunt for great ideas for a greener tomorrow! Best known for their award winning Hotspot, AET Africa have added awesome textile products to their offering, and they are getting our youth involved in the designs!
This exciting art competition will see creative little artists between the ages of 5 and 10 rewarded for their innovative ideas for protecting the future of our beautiful planet!
The inspiration for AET Africa’s school bag designs featuring artwork by the children for the children is the artwork of Managing Director Sandiswa Qayi’s daughter Yiva!
WHO CAN ENTER
The competition is open to all South African children between the ages of 5 and 10.
HOW TO ENTER
Each child who enters is to present his or her ideas for a greener future as an artwork on an A4 piece of paper or board. Artwork is to be full colour and any medium may be used! These designs are to be scanned or photographed and sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
School groups or youth organisations that would like to submit a batch of entries may mail them to:
AET AFRICA, P O BOX 783, STUTTERHEIM, 4930.
Entries close on 12 March 2021.
WINNING DESIGN WILL FEATURE ON THE EXCLUSIVE AET AFRICA RECYCLED BAG RANGE!
PLUS WINNER WILL RECEIVE R1000 CASH AND AET BRANDED GOODS!
Prizes for runners up too!
HOT FACTS ABOUT AET AFRICA!
- AET AFRICA is a 55% women owned, level 2 & 80% BEE start-up company with offices in East London, and a manufacturing plant in Dimbaza, Eastern Cape.
- The company is owned by a trio with more than 20 years accumulative experience in the manufacturing space and business management arenas.
- The company was formed in 2012 and since then AET AFRICA has been conducting research (paying particular attention to how to conserve, reuse and improve water heating mechanisms) that considers the African climate and socioeconomic environment.
- Over the years the AET trio has identified value chain opportunities in the environment conservation space through their product mix to promote conservation, and renew and reuse existing raw material and products.
The company have won several awards in energy efficiency and innovation and have strategic partnerships.