After 6 years of serving the Boulder impact ecosystem and collaborating with the global Impact…
After five years of serving the New York City impact ecosystem as part of the global Impact Hub Network, Impact Hub New York City will be closing its doors at the start of 2019.
Impact Hub New York City has served more than 2,000 members and tens of thousands of events and meeting attendees throughout its years, inspiring many initiatives, businesses and conversations at the nexus of impact, entrepreneurship and investing.
The legacy and vision of the community in New York will continue through the ongoing work of all its past members, as well as the global Impact Hub network. Should other local teams be interested in re-establishing an Impact Hub in New York, they can get in contact on Impact Hub’s Maker site.
With 12 Impact Hubs, North America remains a key region for the Impact Hub network, and many committed Impact Hub teams throughout the region are continuing to establish multi-city programs around capacity building, convening of stakeholders, entrepreneurial acceleration and scaling for impact ventures.
Communities for Change, a social change program and incubator that brings together diverse stakeholders across sectors and social divides to build collaborative solutions to local challenges, is a prime example of trans-local collaboration throughout North America. Next to similar programming efforts, Impact Hubs across the US & Canada are continuing to provide entrepreneurial support to local communities as part of their shared goal of building a better future for all.
On behalf of the Impact Hub network, we thank Impact Hub New York and everyone who contributed to building their community. We wish the team all the very best for their future endeavors and look forward to seeing their forthcoming progress.
To find out more about Impact Hubs in North America, take a look at our other Impact Hubs in the region: