Common problems require collaborative solutions
Creating the change we want in the world is a collaborative effort. Impact Hub King’s Cross’ partners are working to make a real change in the world.
We challenge you to use the power of your organisation or business to drive meaningful social change too.
We welcome new alliances with businesses, individuals and organisations looking to increase their social impact and reach within the social impact economy at Impact Hub King’s Cross. Contact us today to find out how we can create impact together.
GoDaddy helps the world easily start, confidently grow, and successfully run an online presence. GoDaddy was born to give people an easy, affordable way to get their ideas online. Today, we have millions of customers around the world, but our goal hasn’t changed. We’re here to help people easily start, confidently grow and successfully run their own ventures – online and off!
Sustain advocate food and agriculture policies and practices that enhance the health and welfare of people and animals, improve the working and living environment, promote equity and enrich society and culture.
The Food Ethics Council is a charity that provides independent advice on the ethics of food and farming.
London Food Link are dedicated to providing a healthy, sustainable and ethical food system for the capital. Through their projects and campaigns, London Food Link strive for a food system that benefits all Londoners.
Think.Eat.Drink was established in 2009, with the vision of developing a specialised consultancy dedicated to helping companies in the food and drinks industry be more forward-thinking and environmentally aware.
Junxion seeks to facilitate other people’s impact. They integrate strategy, branding, impact measurement and reporting for organisations committed to rethinking profit for the common good.
They became one of the first organisations in the UK to certify as a B Corp and to be trained as B Leaders. Now we too are a certified BCorp and partnered with them to run workshops where prospective B Corp applicants could go through the certification process together. You can read more here.
Fuckup Nights is a global movement born in Mexico in 2012 to share business failure stories publicly. Hundreds of people attend each event to hear entrepreneurs share their failures. Here at Impact Hub King’s Cross, we host our very on Fuck Up Nights every couple of months sharing stories from the community and beyond. Find an upcoming Fuckup Night here.
The Knowledge Quarter is a gateway to knowledge of every kind. By being part of this network, we are able to connect to and collaborate with one of the greatest knowledge clusters anywhere in the world, located in a small area around King’s Cross, the Euston Road and Bloomsbury.
The BITC Arc programme is dedicated to connecting social enterprises with expert support and business opportunities to help them grow.
We have partnered with them to support social innovations that plan to grow and scale in the UK.
Expert Impact connects experts who want to help with those who need their help to create a positive impact on society.
They help social entrepreneurs to achieve scale in their work by matching them with high profile, successful entrepreneurs for first hand business advice, guidance and support.
John Brunnings at European Law Firm, FieldFisher offers pro bono Legal Clinics to Impact Hub London members as a way of investing in the social innovation community. Find out when the next Legal clinic is here.
Podio is a cloud-based collaboration service platform. Podio supplies an awesome web-based platform for organizing team communication, business processes, data and content in project management workspaces.
MakeSense’s main objective is to boost the impact of social entrepreneurs by connecting them with super cool individuals and enabling them to take up the challenges.
Interface®’s sustainability journey is marked by measurable achievements and inspiring stories. Their commitment to sustainability has generated considerable results across three key areas: Footprint Reduction, Product Innovation and Culture Change.
We partnered with UCL to run the EDUCCKATE project [ Education Cultural & Creative Knowledge Alliance for Tomorrow’s Entrepreneurs. An 18 month initiative co-funded by the European Commission, under the Directorate-General for Education and Culture.
This partnership came into being on the occasion of the 150th anniversary of Swiss Re, joining forces with one of the world’s largest insurers, the AXA Group.
Axa is one of the biggest insurance companies in the world, and they’ve been helping people for almost 300 years.
We started partnering with them on the Impact Hub Fellowship for Longer Lives, and most recently on the AXA accelerator for health and safety ventures. Read more about the winner, Alcove here.
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