When we opened our doors in August last year, Impact Hub was simply a space; a space to work from, a space to host events a space where you could just meet someone and get connected to the rest of the city.
Today we are that, and more. Impact Hub in Kigali is a host in the city, and with this we are curating different activities to engage Kigalians in this place we call The Home of Social Enterprise.
With an array of activities to engage the creative sector, business and civic communities, Impact Hub Kigali is positioning itself as a destination for many organizations that have our community’s interests at heart.
Impact Week 2016 is the very first of its kind. Impact Week is a week-long series of events aimed to highlight remarkable innovators in the arts, environmental sustainability and entrepreneurship.
The end goal is foster collaboration between diverse ecosystem players; bring together unlikely allies towards a more vibrant ecosystem that will find solutions to the challenges of our community.
This is also an exciting opportunity for us to celebrate the launch of a new community rooftop venue at The Office with Café Neo. This space is community owned and community focused. It is a centre where people will enjoy engaging in conversations that matter.
This week will give the city a taste for the impactful potential of our space for sharing, creating, exploring, and challenging yourself and others.
During this week;
Mon, May 23 | Green Drinks
Tue, May 24 | Saxy Board Games
Wed, May 25 | Spoken Word Rwanda
Fri, May 27 |SOCENT Happy Hour Sat,
May 28| #Expericment 2.0
Everyone attending Impact Week should come ready to meet interesting people and is encouraged is to learn from each other.
You are welcome to stop by Impact Hub, the building or the roof – we are always eager to meet new people!
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