Locally connected, globally embedded. That’s what Hawaii’s first co-working space hopes to achieve.
It’s called Impact Hub and it’s made up of a community of people, organizations, and businesses.
Impact Hubs collaborate with the regional arts scene and also serve as a gallery where local art will be displayed and sold.
It will open in Our Kaka’ako in September and will connect the local enterprising community to a global network of more than 50 Impact Hubs on six continents through HUBNet, an online idea-sharing platform.
Impact Hubs collaborate with the regional arts scene, so Impact Hub Honolulu will also serve as a gallery where local art will be displayed and sold.
There will be a workshop, which includes an introduction to the Impact Hub concept and a community discussion to define and serve the needs of Hawaii’s social entrepreneurial and innovation ecosystem.
The workshop runs from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., at the University of Hawaii Cancer Center, Kaka’ako Waterfront.
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