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Everyone’s invited to the Hub Network.
The Hub is a place where ideas are incubated and change is made. Open to social innovators looking for office space for a day, a week or a few months. The Hub aims to respond to the lack of resources that social innovators have regarding access to space, investment, experience, resources, connections and knowledge. It is through challenging this lack that the real social, environmental and cultural impact is brought about worldwide.
Often, social entrepreneurs won’t have a space to get their idea or start-up happening in the beginning stages. And of course, it can be difficult to get anything substantial done at home, where the distractions are endless.
The Hub Network currently spans the world including locations in Egypt, India, Mexico, Spain, Germany, Canada, England, Brazil, the U.S., South Africa and Israel. All around the globe, people at the Hub are using the space to run businesses, launch projects, have meetings or even just brainstorm and come up with ideas.
Even still, the Hub Network isn’t just a potpourri of workspaces around the world. The network also hosts events including Hub Lectures, Innovation Labs, Hub Lunches and Thought Dinners.
What’s more, all of the freelancers, community workers, entrepreneurs and policy makers that are part of the community, are able to benefit from the Hub Network and the interactions—professional and otherwise—that are made everyday in the bustling space. Freelance work or working from home or cafÃ©s can feel alienating when trying to get a project off the ground, but at the Hub, interaction is part of its mantra.
The great thing about the Hub Network is that you’ll be surrounded by like-minded individuals who are on the edge of innovation and all things social—and that’s a source of inspiration unparalleled by any webspiration.
Photos: Hub London
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