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Humans of Impact Hub: Christina Inge of Thoughtlight Makes Technology Friendly

Was there a moment in your life when you knew you needed to become a social innovator? Tell us about it. What led you to the work you’re doing now? My family has always been socially engaged. I grew up around social responsibility and I somewhat inherited the motive to continue this as I grew up.…

Water Action Based Companies at Impact Hub Boston

In Boston, access to a continuous stream of clean water is a given, however, the reality is that’s not the case throughout the world or even throughout the U.S.  That being the case, in order to create awareness about water sustainability issues and to encourage innovations as we look to the future, The United Nations has declared the 2018-2028 time period as the Water Action Decade.…

Movies That Matter: Decoding The Weather Machine

Movies That Matter IHB hosts many events throughout the year, often in collaboration with local organizations and businesses that work on mission-driven social causes.  One of them is an ongoing series called ‘Movies That Matter’ which features films, documentaries, and shorts on important social and environmental issues of our times.  …

SDGs: Pathways to Impactful Global Development

Visit Impact Hub Boston and you will see social entrepreneurs passionately working away on their global and local endeavors.  Ever wonder what these Hubbers have in common, other than sharing a common work space?  Chat with a Hubber and you might be surprised to learn that they have another common link – knowingly or not, many of us have been and are working towards achieving one of the SDGs.…

‘The Most Important Thing I Know’

Being an entrepreneur means that you are constantly pulled in multiple directions by changing priorities. Occasionally, I need a break and at Impact Hub Boston, I love that I can go to the community tables and strike up a conversation with a fellow member.  …

Member Profile Video: Fernando Contreras of Hades United

Choosing an effective coworking space as a working artist is important. Studio artists, of course, need studio space, but what of writers, digital media professionals, and writers? Where can you, as a creative, find the space to grow your vision among like-minded people?…

What’s Coworking Like at Impact Hub Boston?

For those who are wondering what it’s like to work at Impact Hub Boston’s coworking space, and what makes Impact Hub Boston unique, here are some testimonials from our long time members.   “Everything you could do in a coffee shop, you can do in a co-working space.…

Social Startup Tech Tips: Websites 101

Howdy, Nate here to provide some entrepreneurial tech tips! I’m the Tech Host here at the Hub. Many of our coworking members here at Impact Hub Boston are just getting their ventures started, and they often ask about what tech you need to launch your social enterprise or nonprofit.…

Always Saying “I’m Sorry” Reveals How Sorry We Truly Are

“‘I’m Sorry’ is used to denote status as in ‘I’m of less status than you.’ It’s an unconscious establishing of ‘I know where my role is’.” Why do we sputter out the phrase, “I’m sorry” whenever we unwittingly find ourselves in the same space as others?…