If you’re a member with a co-working package, you can visit every Impact Hub three days a year, every year. So what does this mean? If you wanted to stop by Impact Hub Accra for three days, then jump over to Impact Hub Mexico City for three days and then to Impact Hub Tokyo for three days – you can!
All you have to do is use the form to the right to notify the Impact Hub you’d like to visit. You should get a response from them between 4-5 business days confirming your arrival.
We want you to feel at home at every Impact Hub you visit!
The fine print
Staying longer than three days? No problem! All you have to do is talk to the local host and purchase additional days. Some Impact Hubs offer visitors more than three days, be sure to connect with the local staff and they will let you know if that applies at their Impact Hub.
Impact Hubs always try to accommodate their guests, however there may be events or other conflicts that make a visit not possible. If that’s the case, the Impact Hub will notify you following your request.
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