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The Magnetic Movember Men! 18 November 2011

Moustache Season is in full swing at Magnetic Storm, creating awareness for Men’s Health and Prostate Cancer. Take a look at what Magnetic Storm's been up to for Movember month.

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A Special Evening with Josh Groban 14 November 2011

Big Concerts and Algoa FM are proud to present “A Special Evening with Josh Groban” live in Prince Alfred Park at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium. Click to read more!

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The Jason Kieck “Born to Smile” Fashion Extravaganza 10 November 2011

The bi-annual Jason Kieck Fashion Show has grown to be one of Nelson Mandela Bay’s most renowned charitable fund raisers. This year’s event was no exception with the BORN TO SMILE charity event. Click to read more.

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The Jason Kieck BORN TO SMILE Fashion Extravaganza 20 October 2011

The bi-annual Jason Kieck Fashion Show has grown to be one of the city's most renowned charitable fund raisers. Magnetic Storm will be supporting the gala event with sound, lighting and audio-visual services. Click to read more!

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2011 PE OPERA HOUSE ONE ACT-PLAY COMPETITION 12 October 2011

Magnetic Storm has always explored various initiatives to develop theatre in the Metro. This year Magnetic Storm will once again be sponsoring the PE OPERA HOUSE ONE ACT-PLAY COMPETTION with a R5000 cash prize.Click to read more.

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SCHOOLS PROJECT DOES ITS BIT FOR LOCAL SCHOOLS 01 October 2011

Magnetic Storm’s patronage to performing arts at school level has once again been demonstrated through the company’s Schools Project. Click to read more...

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SPRINGBOKS COOKING FOR CHARITY 15 September 2011

With theRugby World Cup underway, it was only fitting that The Boardwalk’s annual Cooking for Charity Event was met with so much more spirit in 2011. Take a look at how Magnetic Storm was invlolved in this charitable dinner.

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SEVERE STORM WARNING… Conditions could blow in R10 000!!! 18 August 2011

Follow the developing storm with us and assist in tracking its movements… You could win R10000 CASH!

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Toy store gets more AV toys 01 August 2011

The new TOYS-R-US store at Moffet Retail Park in PE received some toys for themselves in the opening of their larger premises. Magnetic Storm was involved with this recent move through the installation of these items. Click to read more...

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Inter-Active Teaching at the No Limits to Learning Conference 01 August 2011

The Elsen Academy in Bird Street played host to a very informative conference, bringing to light the use of technology in the classroom and teaching today’s kids. Magnetic Storm came on board as technical sponsor at this informative 2 day conference. Clic

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Primetime: how do you use yours?

Take a moment and write down the top three things that you should be doing in your position to bring value to your business. These three things are what you do better than anyone else, things that directly and positively impact the organisation. Now to the right of that list, write down the top three things that you spend time on – and be honest, really honest.

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The arts in education

Magnetic Storm has been supporting youth theatre in Port Elizabeth for over 12 years. David Limbert who spearheads work with local schools and community theatre talks about the importance of investing in tech skills for emerging talent and the role of the arts in education.

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We love tech, but have we become a slave to it?

At Magnetic Storm, we do tech in a big way, every day. We love what it allows us to do, how people can connect, communicate and collaborate. But in today’s world, we’re always on, always plugged in, hiding behind a black mirror. But for an authentic relationship to happen, we need to connect in person. So are we becoming slaves to technology? Is it making us less happy, less 'us'?

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Want to be more productive? Stop multi-tasking

Think you’re good at multi-tasking? Feeling energised that you can attend to your emails while listening and contributing to a conference call? You're wrong.

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