Next week, five social ventures from around the world—ranging in diversity from insect farming in Mali, to cloud-based education in Armenia, to recyclable furniture in Colombia
You saw a problem and discovered a great solution, you started a business and began to drive change, and now you are ready to take your company to the next level.
The entire Impact Hub network grieves the loss of Dr. Pamela Hartigan, legend in the social enterprise realm.
Our flagship Unlikely Allies (UA) festival may only happen once a year, but work on the 2016-2017 Future of Cities theme is ongoing around the world.
It’s quite simple, I started Design Store because I stopped loving my job.
A new continent joined Impact Hub's third global Mash Up on June 30.Impact Hub Kuala Lumpur, the first participant from Asia, concurrently hosted the open-to-the-public event series alongside Impact Hubs Zurich, Stockholm, and King's Cross London. Each location shared powerful Pecha Kucha…
On July 5-6 in Seattle, Washington, Impact Hub hosted Unlikely Allies 2016.
On March 3, over 600 people from 10 Impact Hubs around the world near-simultaneously participated in Impact Hub’s second-ever global Mash Up under the common theme “Tech For Good.”
According to a new study, small- and medium-sized Asian businesses specializing in forest and ecosystem services can play a key role in reducing deforestation in the region and can help economies and forests grow.
When Kongngy Hav (Ngy for short) first stepped into one of Impact Hub Phnom Penh's bootcamps two years ago, his drive and passion were instantly contagious.