Impact Hub is a global network focused on building communities for impact at scale.Building better businesses. Designing impactful solutions. (re)imagining the future. This is what our community of impact-driven entrepreneurs, creators, innovators and intrapreneurs does; taking action – today – to create a better tomorrow for people and planet.With 110+ communities of over 25.000+ change-driven entrepreneurs in more than 66 countries across five continents, Impact Hub is one of the world’s largest communities and accelerators for positive change.

We shape ecosystems to drive collaboration and entrepreneurial innovation around the Global Sustainable Development Goals through locally rooted Impact Hubs, as well as with partners and allied networks.
Through our work we aim at tackling our world’s complex challenges that can only be addressed through collaboration.
We connect entrepreneurs and innovators to large organisations, investors and the public sector. Why? To enable inclusive and sustainable innovation at scale. We believe that the time to act is now. And the way to act is together.

Impact Hub for inclusive society

Impact Hub 2030 strategy is structured around two main thematic pillars: climate change and inclusive society. Through our work we work for boosting the inclusive potential of entrepreneurship by building programs and opportunities for the most marginalised people of our society. See here below an example of our programs on inclusive entrepreneurship.

Liaise – Better Incubation: Linking Incubation Actors for Inclusive and Social Entrepreneurship

LIAISE Better Incubation, is an EASI funded project, implemented for two years in partnership with EBN and EVPA. Its objective is to provoke a paradigm shift in the European incubation ecosystem towards a more inclusive and impact driven approach to innovative entrepreneurship. A part from facilitating an fruitful exchange of ideas and practices, through the creation of 5 thematic international Communities of Practices (Women, Migrants, Young people, Elderly and People with disabilities), it has produced a repository of knowledge on social entrepreneurship and inclusive entrepreneurship that can be accessed at

Momentum of Cooperation – Breaking silos, promoting young TCN women’s access to targeted vocational training and labour market opportunities through social economy

Through a gender-sensitive and multi-stakeholder approach, it brings together CSOs, Public Employment Services, VET providers and employers at local level, to reduce the structural and cultural barriers faced by TCN women in accessing targeted and adapted to their needs vocational training and employment opportunities, focusing on refugee women aged 18-35. Funded under AMIF program, Momentum is a project that links mapping and research with the creation of multi-stakeholders collaborative spaces, and that focuses on delivering tailored capacity building offers to migrant and refugee women looking for a professional entry point into the social economy sector.

Mig.En.Cube: Fostering Migrant Entrepreneurship in Europe

It is an Erasmus + project focusing on enhancing the knowledge and competences of diverse incubation professionals who deal with current or aspiring migrant entrepreneurs. Mig.En.Cube aims at codifying the best approach for incubation of migrant entrepreneurs building on different aspects of existing good practices. Starting from two academic research and mapping, the project will deliver by the end of April 2023 a MOOC for incubator professionals and a guiding tools for local decision makers to effectively support migrant entrepreneurship. Find more about Mig.En.Cube here.