Beyond ... ... un(employment) … convening ... bottom-up change ... learning ... collaboration … solutions. It began by asking how we, the Impact Hub Global team could design a program that aims to tackle unemployment, not with the typical top-down approach but instead by encouraging solutions…
Impact Hub facilitates scaling of an innovative Internet of Things social enterprise with AXA, the world’s largest insurer, to bring about a step change in elder care.
Today, a key team of Impact Hub staff, board members, and external partners will convene in UNESCO World Heritage Site Évora, Portugal for a week-long strategy workshop hosted by the Eugénio de Almeida Foundation (EAF).
On May 3, Impact Hub Geneva and UNDP, with the support of multiple partners including SwissRe and Pfizer, launched the second edition of Accelerate2030, a cross-border scaling program for impact-driven ventures contributing to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
After a month-long virtual scouting effort led by Impact Hub across a global network of 16,000+ social innovators, AXA has chosen the three finalists for its Prevention with Impact accelerator program.
IEF Entrepreneurship Foundation and Impact Hub have partnered to support the development of sustainable Impact Hubs in India. The initial focus will be to develop two Impact Hubs, one in a large metro and another in a smaller tier 2 town.
Great ideas are hard to come by, and making them happen is even more challenging.That’s why Impact Hub has teamed up with AXA, a global insurance company serving 103 million customers in 64 countries, on their Prevention with Impact Accelerator.
AXA, the number one global insurance brand (Interbrand), has partnered with Impact Hub to introduce an initiative with the goal of empowering people to live better lives through efforts to prevent health and safety risks.
Travel and Tourism now generates 9.8% of our global GDP and supports 1 in every 11 jobs in the global economy (WTTC). There is a huge potential for impact in this industry, and we want to help drive the innovation needed to make it a positive one.
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