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Cross-Cultural Branding Clinics in Kyoto

A few weeks ago, our London-based branding clinics went global! We normally work from Impact Hub Kings Cross, but after speaking to Shota Nishigaki at Impact Hub Kyoto in Japan, we were invited to visit their Hub and given the…

The Alternative UK: From Launch, to Learning, to Action

Back on March 1st, The Alternative UK launched in London with a fantastic co-created event that saw us work with truly inspiring thinkers, artists, youngsters and our mentors from Alternativet in Denmark. Read all about it here. We felt we…

How can we define the future of farming?

“Farming with a purpose and telling that story to people can help enliven the connection between the farm and the fork.” Brexit has ignited a debate on food and farming; as the UK begins to identify how systems will look…

Failure? What’s that?

Normally it’s an honour to be asked to speak at an event. Speaking at Fuck Up Night on 5th September, at Impact Hub King’s Cross was, well … you decide. My first slide was titled: ‘Failure? What’s that?’ Where I…

We’re Hiring: Sunrise and Tea Time Community Cafe Hosts Wanted!

We’ve got a great opportunity for two energetic and highly motivated community cafe hosts to join the core team! Impact Hub King’s Cross is expanding its core team, following a series of successful years, and is looking for two friendly…

AXA Corporate Responsibility Week 2017: Challenge accepted!

During Corporate Responsibility Week this year, AXA employees voted for their favorite social entrepreneur initiative featuring an innovative prevention solution to facilitate users’ everyday lives. The big winner was Alcove, by British entrepreneur Hellen Bowey. Created in 2014, Alcove uses…

Celebrating inspirational community integration in the UK

The past months have seen our country devastated by a number of terrible attacks and tragedies which have hit communities hard. Yet we have also seen the strength of community in the way that people from diverse backgrounds have come…

Why understanding your customer is key to marketing

“The aim of marketing is to understand the customer so well that the product fits him, or her, and sells itself.” ~ Peter Drucker   Does a product or service sell itself? Can a product or service sell itself? Will…

Why Labour were right to focus their campaign on the young

Just the day before the Snap General Election here in the UK, members of the Revolution Hive team – including myself –  spent the day teaching young people not in education, employment or training about politics. The session we delivered…