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Impact Cards 2017

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Impact is at the core of everything we do. Across our global network, we take our commitment to defining, understanding and measuring the impact of our work seriously. Each year we conduct an annual Global Member Survey in collaboration with the Social Entrepreneurship Centre / Vienna University of Economics and publish the results openly. To learn more about Impact Hub Network, please visit: www.impacthub.net

All rights reserved. The Material may not be reproduced or distributed, in whole or in part, without prior written permission of Impact Hub Company. However, reproduction and distribution, in whole or in part, by current Members of the Impact Hub Association and by non-profit, research or educational institutions for their own use is permitted if proper credit is given, with full citation, and intellectual property rights are acknowledged. For further information, please contact: branding@impacthub.net

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Impact Cards 2017

  1. 1. Impact cannot happen in isolation. It requires collective action.
  2. 2. We believe a better world evolves through the combined accomplishments of compassionate, creative and committed individuals focused on a common purpose. From Accra to São Paulo, Phnom Penh to Zurich— we provide access to connections, resources, knowledge, talent, spaces and investments to turn ideas into action and move from intention to impact. What began as a single location in 2005 has evolved into a collaborative global community that now inspires, connects and enables people across the world to sustainably impact society.
  3. 3. Impact Hubs Around the World 80+ Impact Hubs 15,000+ Members 50+ CountriesGlobal Network
  4. 4. * Opening soon ** Prototype (status August 2017) Accra · Amsterdam · Antigua · Athens · Austin · Baltimore · Bamako Bari · Barranquilla* · Belgrade · Belo Horizonte · Bergen · Berkeley Berlin · Bern · Birmingham · Bogota · Boston · Boulder · Brasilia* Bratislava · Brno · Bucharest · Budapest · Bujumbura · Caracas Cluj-Napoca · Curitiba · Donostia · Dresden · Dubai · Florence Florianópolis · Geneva · Harare · Hong Kong** · Honolulu · Houston* Inverness · Istanbul · Jakarta · Johannesburg · Khartoum · Kigali Kuala Lumpur · Kyoto · Lagos* · Lisbon · London: Brixton, Islington, King’s Cross, Westminster · Los Angeles · Madrid · Manaus · Manila Mexico City · Milan · Minneapolis–Saint Paul · Monterrey · Montreal* Moscow · Munich · New York City · Oakland · Oaxaca** · Odessa Ostrava · Ottawa · Phnom Penh · Port-Au-Prince* · Prague · Recife Reggio Emilia · Rome · Rotterdam · Ruhr** · Salt Lake City San Francisco · San José* · San Salvador · Santa Barbara São Paulo · Seattle · Shanghai · Singapore · Stockholm Syracuse · Taipei · Tbilisi · Tokyo · Trento · Turin · Vienna Vigo · Washington DC · Yangon · Yerevan · Zagreb · Zurich
  5. 5. 2017 NumberofImpactHubs Growth over the last 10 years 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
  6. 6. 100+ Cities 16,000+ Members 1,200+ Makers 77,000+ Space in m²
  7. 7. Trust Courage Collaboration
  8. 8. Trust We trust each other to do what we say we will do. We may have different approaches, but we share an underlying positive intention and set of values. Courage We have the courage to walk the path less travelled. We honor the past and pioneer new solutions. Collaboration Collaboration is the key to solving the issues of our time. We welcome diversity and partner with like-minded organizations to make a meaningful difference.
  9. 9. vibrant COMMUNITY inspiring SPACE meaningful CONTENT
  10. 10. Impact Hub Experience
  11. 11. Global Reach 100+ Cities 1,200+ Makers 16,000+ Members 40,000,000+ Customers & Beneficiaries
  12. 12. Unlikely Allies Bringing together
  13. 13. entrepreneurs · activists · creatives · artists · innovators professionals · advisors · investors · students · campaigners executives · leaders · disrupters · thinkers · makers · doers
  14. 14. Running Operations Initiation & Start-up Idea Development Intention Formation Exploration & Interest Scaling
  15. 15. Entrepreneurial Journey* * Growth of members in 2016 Expl Start of 2016 End of 2016 Stage 100% 90% 80% 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% Scaling Running Operations Initiation & Start-up Idea Development Intention Formation Exploration & Interest 16 36 25 10 6 8 6 30 30 19 18 15 12
  16. 16. * Most addressed UN Sustainable Development Goals by Impact Hub members Impact Areas* Education & Lifelong Learning Equality, Equity, & Social Justice Health & Well-being Decent Work & Inclusive and Sustainable Economic Growth Sustainable Communities & Resilient Cities Gender Equality & Women Empowerment Partnerships for the Sustainable Development Goals Poverty Alleviation
  17. 17. Blended Value Orientation Average importance of returns as rated by our members in % Social Return 42% Financial Return 42% EnvironmentalReturn16%
  18. 18. Start-ups founded at Impact Hub in 2016 2,000
  19. 19. inspire, connect & enable = measurable positive impact
  20. 20. New Jobs & Careers (Co-)Founders Current Staff New Jobs Created
  21. 21. 37% of surveyed members with existing organizations have created new jobs in 2016* new full-time jobs created in 20164,800+ * Sample size: 1,788 responses
  22. 22. recommend Impact Hub of our members 85%
  23. 23. • Coming up with new ideas • Learning about new issues and trends • Strengthening your personal motivation • Learning how to start a project or venture Inspired 68% • Building international connections • Connecting to advisors and experts • Feeling part of a larger community and network • Finding and keeping capable staff • Partnering and collaborating with other members Connected 66% • Accessing new clients or beneficiaries • Developing skills and capabilities • Gaining visibility and credibility • Generating revenue • Accessing better working infrastructure • Obtaining financial capital and investment • Accessing support institutions and network • Expanding into new geographic areas • Evaluating impact of own activities Enabled 54% Provided Support* * Percentage of members indicating importance and a rather, or high level of support
  24. 24. Design by Alfredo Carlo, Housatonic
  25. 25. Everyday Collaboration Trust 70 % feel comfortable discussing a new idea with other members Support Each member provides 5 hours/month of feedback, mentoring, or advice to other members — a total of more than 600,000 hours of peer support provided by the community in 2016 Joint Ventures 13 % started a new project or organization with another member, 27 % worked jointly on a project or activity with another member
  26. 26. Displayed member data and information is based on the Annual Global Member Survey conducted in March 2017. The final sample contains a total of 3,116 responses from 63 Impact Hubs after elimination of double counts, reductions based on local response rates and corrections of individual outliers. Results have been independently analyzed and compiled by the Social Entrepreneurship Center / Vienna University of Economics in coordination with Impact Hub GmbH. Displayed network key performance indicators are based on internal data collection (status June 2017). All rights reserved. The Material may not be reproduced or distributed, in whole or in part, without prior written permission of Impact Hub Company. However, reproduction and distribution, in whole or in part, by current Members of the Impact Hub Association and by non-profit, research or educational institutions for their own use is permitted if proper credit is given, with full citation, and intellectual property rights are acknowledged. For further information, please contact: branding@impacthub.net
  27. 27. www.impacthub.net

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