Impact Hub MSP believes in creating opportunities for our members and the broader community. We host events to engage our member community and drive social impact, and co-host events with and for our members.
Entrepreneurship & Equity
This is a 5 month series on Entrepreneurship & Equity.
Mark your calendars for all upcoming events!
February 13: The Bottom Line on Diversity
Join us as we talk about the business case for diversity. Yes! it is a moral issue for some but we will focus on the money aspect of diversity and how it positively impacts your bottom line.
Let’s Get REAL with Women Who Lead
Let’s Get REAL with Women Who Lead. Join us in a lively discussion with these accomplished women. We’re talking the real deal. Challenges, opportunities, inspiration, team building, and moments of decision. Come out and hear from these female leaders who have been there, done that.
Top Struggles of Social Entrepreneurs
Live-streamed Webinar hosted by Social Enterprise Alliance!
Join us at Impact Hub to discuss some of the top struggles social entrepreneurs experience, and resources for overcoming them.
Impact Art Reception
Join us for our inaugural art reception!
Impact Hub is hosting rotating art exhibits featuring amazing local artists. Come meet the artists, view their art and support creative entrepreneurs in the Twin Cities!
Light snacks and drinks provided.
Communities of Practice
Topic and sector-focused peer-to-peer learning networks provide structured opportunities for sharing best practices and technical knowledge. Current Communities of Practice: Impact Investing, Impact Measurement and Reporting, Tech for Good, Sustainable Food and Agriculture.
Twin Cities Impact Investing
For the purpose of this map, an impact investment is defined as an investment that seeks to create both positive financial return as well as positive social or environmental impact that is actively measured. This map has allowed our local impact investing community to understand the breadth and complexity of the impact investing activity in the twin cities as well as provide context to each organization how they fit within the ecosystem.