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Leaders of Impact Hub: Katie Shultz

Katie has been at the heart of the Impact Hub Boston community since the beginning, building community with insight and warmth. Widely announced as Director this February, Katie has taken the helm at an important time in Impact Hub Boston’s growth–a time of growing strength and diversity that she has been integral to fostering since the Hub’s earliest days.…

Benefits of Coworking You May Not Have Considered

Coworking spaces are widely regarded for their communal nature, economic efficiency, flexibility and convenience. There are all sorts of latent benefits to these spaces that most people are unaware of, so let’s take a look at some of these “hidden” benefits.…

Aki Balogh grows Marketmuse out of Impact Hub Boston

One goal of Impact Hub Boston is to be a space for growing companies.  As our member companies become successful, some grow beyond the resources and space we can provide.  Aki Balogh has been a member of Impact Hub Boston for over a year, and his company is now growing beyond our space.  …

Boston’s Mini United Nations

The day after Donald Trump was elected President of the USA, as an immigrant I felt a little scared for my future, but I also felt very motivated to do more for this already great country, my new country. That was the day I decided to start a Comunicas project in a Boston neighborhood.…

Lessons from Fatherhood to Entrepreneurship

Last month, we received great lessons from the mothers working out of one of the best coworking spaces in Boston- our Impact Hub. This month in honor of the all great entrepreneurial dads, I did more reflection on the subject with some of our dads on the same subject.…

Legacy of The March for Science: What You Can Do to #SaveScience

Last month, on Earth Day, over 1 million people gathered at 600 locations worldwide to show their support for science. Though they marched for a wide range of STEM-related causes, they were united in their determination to have their voices heard in support of the role science plays in our lives.…

Humans of Impact Hub: Melissa Ganley

      Melissa Ganley is the Executive director of One Brick, a non-profit organization and a community of volunteers that support other local nonprofits by creating a barrier free, friendly, and social atmosphere around volunteering. It started in San Francisco in 2001, and expanded to Boston, the youngest chapter, five years ago.…

Member stories: Team Coalesce

What brought you initially to Impact Hub Boston? My business partner Sierra Flanigan had been working out of CIC Cambridge for a few years and was inspired by the mission driven and social impact entrepreneurs that she met in the Cambridge/Boston area, including Geoff Mamlet, former President of Impact Hub Boston.…

Transferable lessons learned from Motherhood to Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurship is like a baby of its own, birthed first with the existence of an idea, opportunity, or problem. The idea must be nourished with a lot of passion and patience. It consumes you, exhausts you just like the terrible-twos. Eventually, your venture is finally out of the startup crawling phase, on to its feet expanding and exploring the adventure of the economy. …