The London Hub Club (Dec 1)
Thursday, 1 December 2011 from 18:30 to 20:30 (PST)
Meet, share, inspire!
The next London Hub Club will be at Hub Islington on the 1st of December at 6:30pm.
There are six amazing speakers lined up.
Felipe Zalamea will share his experience collecting best practice from social entreprises and movements in South America. Jeffrey Lennon from Urban Enterprise Network will propose a collaborative project and Robert Shakula from Ash Shakula Architecture will be talking about the Caravanserai in Canning Town.
We are also very happy to welcome our first member from Hub Westminster - Marianne Bailey who will talk about designing in-disposable products through the applied values of musical instruments and Lucinda Hardwick from Remedy will inform us about the need to increase access to rehabilitative services for vulnerable migrants. Claudia Doet from Do-Inc will be closing the evening with an explanation about their new WakaWaka off-grid solar light which reduces carbon emissions and health hazards.
What is the London Hub Club and how does it work?
It's purpose is to create a closer network between members of all London Hubs and Hub friends by sharing projects, ideas, hobbies or interests. The evening will travel from Hub to Hub every last Thursday of the month (except the next one :) ). Every event will have members speaking on a variety of topics using 20 slides presented in ~6.6 minutes (each slide lasts 20 seconds).
The December event will be using the Pecha Kucha method. In the coming year the London Hub Club will hold other interactive events for members to meet, share and inspire!
The event will be very informal therefore feel free to bring along drinks and and treats to share.
For more information e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Best practice within social entreprises and movements in South America.
7:20pm Marianne Bailey http://mariannebailey.com/
7:30pm Break for 10 mins
7:40pm Jeffrey Lennon Urban Enterprise Network
7:50pm Lucinda Hardwick Remedy
Increasing access to rehabilitation for survivors of human rights violations.
8:00pm Claudia Doet Do Inc
The sustainable Waka Waka LED light: an off-grid solar light for the bottom of the pyramid. This will replace dangerous and expensive kerosine lamps, thus reducing carbon emissions and health hazards.
When & Where
Impact Hub London
What is Impact Hub?
At Impact Hub we create spaces that inspire, connect and empower people to realise enterprising ideas for sustainable impact.
We are curators of the physical, virtual and social spaces where the change we want to see in the world is happening. Our spaces help materialise this change by offering a unique mix of infrastructure, connections and inspiration.
Over 10,000 members in more than 60 cities on 5 continents, come to the Impact Hub to take collaborative action for a better world.