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Case Studies: Impact Hub Brixton and Impact Hub Islington
These two Impact Hub's are part of a global network of 82+ hubs.
It all started in 2005 when a group of students and entrepreneurs came together with a dream of creating a space that made them want to come to work. Now, Impact Hubs everywhere, from Amsterdam to Sao Paulo, Manila to Antigua, support over 11,000 change makers to be their best selves.
We worked specifically with the Brixton based Impact Hub and helped them through the transition of moving from the Lambeth Town Hall to Pop Brixton.
Then, with Impact Hub Islington for their move to Dingley Place.
Before we came onboard: They already had an engaged community, however, were strapped for time and therefore producing little social media content. The main reason for this was that they were in the process of changing their location and therefore didn’t have the time needed to spend on communications. Therefore, they needed someone to keep the community involved and engaged, as well as informed about any delays to the move.
We helped by: Producing daily content for both Facebook and Twitter increasing both their following and engagement plus making sure that the community was up to date with everything move related (including creating F&Q sheets, newsletters, and personal conversations).
Our contract with the Impact Hub ended in December 2015. However, in March 2016 they asked us back in April to continue with their communications indefinitely.
Due to this work, we were asked to carry out the same services for Impact Hub Islington in July 2016 to help with the move to Dingley Place.