Welcoming Wednesdays at Impact Hub

Welcoming Wednesdays at Impact Hub

Impact Hub MSP, LegalCorps and Launch Minnesota is partnering across the state to assist entrepreneurs.

Join us for Welcoming Wednesdays for Startups and Small Businesses.

  • 12am-3pm: Free Coworking at Impact Hub MSP

This event is held in partnership with Launch Minnesota and hosted by Impact Hub MSP.

Impact Hub Minneapolis-Saint Paul is part of one of the world’s largest networks focused on building entrepreneurial communities for impact. We connect entrepreneurs and innovators to resources, knowledge and community through shared workspace, training opportunities, 1-1 coaching, curated events and social impact startup support.

Launch Minnesota is a statewide collaborative effort to accelerate the growth of startups and amplify Minnesota as a national leader in innovation. Check out their resources and other organizations involved in Welcoming Wednesdays.

***Impact Hub MSP location information and details on transportation and parking can be found here.

Social Entrepreneur Roundtable + Terri Barreiro (BYOL)

Social Entrepreneur Roundtable + Terri Barreiro (BYOL)

Join us for a casual lunch chat with social entrepreneurs and Terri Barreiro – sharing insights and networking opportunities!

Brown Bag Lunch – Social Entrepreneur Roundtable + Susan Hammel @ Cogent

Come join us for an exciting in-person event at Impact Hub Minneapolis – St. Paul! Our Social Entrepreneur Roundtable will feature a special guest, Terri Barreiro.

Bring your lunch and engage in meaningful discussions about social impact, entrepreneurship, and more. Don’t miss this opportunity to connect with like-minded individuals and gain valuable insights.

See you there!

Terri Barreiro is an expert in systems change and a mission-driven venture advisor. She is an adjunct instructor of Social Entrepreneurship at the Humphrey School of Public Affairs and venture advisor to students at Carlson School of Business, U of MN. She is co-founder of and volunteer venture coach at Impact Hub MSP and consultant to nonprofit and philanthropic organizations.

She is co-author of Social Entrepreneurship: the Journey from Issue to Viable Venture and founder of the Donald McNeely Center for Entrepreneurship serving the College of Saint Benedict and Saint Johns’ University. She brings to her work more than 30 years of experience as a nationally recognized nonprofit and philanthropy leader with extensive experience in United Way, corporate giving, and family foundation operations. She earned an MBA and BA cum laude at the University of Minnesota as well as completed an Executive MBA program at Carnegie Mellon University. She has enjoyed volunteering throughout her life, currently serving on the boards of Community Giving, Close Gaps by 5, Folk School Warroad, Market Access Fund, and Impact Hub MSP. Enjoying birds, nurturing native gardens and prairies is how she shares her leisure hours with her husband.

To sustain the work of this Community of Practice, we request that participants who are not members of Impact Hub MSP pay $10 at the door.

Personal Branding – LinkedIn Best Practices

Personal Branding – LinkedIn Best Practices

Join us for a casual chat with social entrepreneurs and Katie Kalkman – sharing insights on LinkedIn branding through a workshop.

Build your online social impact reputation. Spend time working on your LinkedIn.

To sustain the work of this program, we request that participants who are not members of Impact Hub MSP donate $10 or pay what you can.

Entrepreneurship 4 Good – Meet Up & Info Session

Entrepreneurship 4 Good – Meet Up & Info Session

Join us for an Entrepreneurship 4 Good Meet Up & Info Session, where you’ll re-connect with alumni and learn more about the next cohort.

Join us for the Entrepreneurship 4 Good Meet Up & Info Session! This is your chance to re-connect with other cohort alumni and share your failures and successes. If you’ve been thinking of about taking this class and want to learn more. Now is your chance to learn how Entrepreneurship 4 Good can help you take your idea to action.

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to connect with our vibrant community of changemakers who are passionate about creating positive social impact through entrepreneurship.

Financial Workshop Series: Ask The Experts

Financial Workshop Series: Ask The Experts

Impact Hub Ottawa presents the monthly financial workshop series, powered by TD.

Are you seeking clarity on your financial journey? Wondering about investments, budgeting, or planning for the future? Look no further! Join us for an exclusive Virtual Drop-In Session where you can ask all your burning financial questions directly to our TD Coaches.

Meet our TD Coach Host:

Shamayel Ghani, Branch Manager, TD

Georges Khoury, Branch Manager, TD

Impact Hub Ottawa is a non-profit community, coworking space, and network for change that supports purpose-driven people, small businesses, social enterprises, community leaders, and seekers who want to take action for a more just and sustainable world. As part of a global network of over 15,000 changemakers in 110 Impact Hubs around the world, Impact Hub Ottawa hosts and manages a collaborative coworking space and community that facilitates learning and collaboration opportunities for 300+ members.

Please note: This is a virtual event. A link to register via Zoom will be provided once you sign up on Eventbrite

Accessibility: Please contact us at [email protected] for any accessibility needs or concerns.

Looking for a home away from home? Perhaps a coworking membership at Impact Hub Ottawa is for you. Find out more here.

International Women’s Day Social Hour

Let’s celebrate Intl. Women’s Day with a fun-filled social hour, honoring women and gender expansive people’s achievements!

International Women’s Day Social Hour

Celebrate International Women’s Day at the Impact Hub Baltimore! Join us for a fun-filled social hour dedicated to empowering and honoring women and gender expansive people from all walks of life.

This in-person event is the perfect opportunity to connect, network, and share stories with like-minded individuals who are passionate about gender equality and women’s rights.

All genders are welcome to come and be inspired by the incredible achievements of women worldwide while enjoying great company. Let’s celebrate the remarkable women and gender non-conforming people who have shaped history and continue to make a difference today!

Psst… You’re also welcome to stay after the social hour for a free Skillshare that will teach changemakers how to avoid costly penalties from this new law effecting businesses and nonprofits!

Time: Immediately after the social hour, 6:00-7:00 PM

Skillshare Title: The New CTA: Corporate Transparency Act of 2024

Description: CTA no longer refers to just “Call to Action” in business, now it has a another meaning… the Corporate Transparency Act. Starting January 1, 2024, this new federal reporting law will require businesses to submit reports to the U.S. Department of Treasury’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN).

Register here for this learning event to prepare what you need to comply with this new federal reporting law. Attendees will leave with the skills they need to avoid costly monetary and criminal penalties.

Presenter Bio:

Chayla C. Jackson, Esq. is a business attorney, business strategist, and legal coach. She is also the founder of Legacy Legal & Consulting Firm, a virtual law firm for CEOs on the go. With her Georgetown Law teaching background, Chayla empowers business owners and her clients to understand the law without getting lost in the legalese. She has been featured in the Baltimore Business Journal and Voyage Baltimore Magazine for her work of building solutions for business owners to get access to the legal education, services, and contracts they need to DIY legal safely and legally protect their business. Chayla is a Maryland native and graduate of University of Maryland, College Park and Georgetown Law.

The New CTA: Corporate Transparency Act of 2024

Join this free, hybrid event to avoid costly penalties from this new law effecting businesses and nonprofits!

CTA no longer refers to just “Call to Action” in business, now it has a another meaning… the Corporate Transparency Act. Starting January 1, 2024, this new federal reporting law will require businesses to submit reports to the U.S. Department of Treasury’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN).

Register for this hybrid learning event to prepare what you need to comply with this new federal reporting law. Attendees will leave with the skills they need to avoid costly monetary and criminal penalties.

Agenda:

  • International Women’s Day Social Hour: Allies to women everywhere are invited to join us in celebrating all the contributions and success women-identifying people add to our community
  • Hybrid Learning Workshop led by Chayla Jackson, Esq

Who should attend?

  • Current and future business owners
  • Trust-operating businesses
  • Nonprofits because losing your exempt status will subject you to this new law
  • All genders welcome

Presenter Bio:

Chayla C. Jackson, Esq. is a business attorney, business strategist, and legal coach. She is also the founder of Legacy Legal & Consulting Firm, a virtual law firm for CEOs on the go. With her Georgetown Law teaching background, Chayla empowers business owners and her clients to understand the law without getting lost in the legalese. She has been featured in the Baltimore Business Journal and Voyage Baltimore Magazine for her work of building solutions for business owners to get access to the legal education, services, and contracts they need to DIY legal safely and legally protect their business. Chayla is a Maryland native and graduate of University of Maryland, College Park and Georgetown Law.

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Empower Your Social Media for the Holidays

Empower Your Social Media for the Holidays

The holiday season is the busiest time for marketing, learn the holiday magic needed to get your business out there

While we all know what social media is; it takes specific skills to make it work for your business, especially during the busy holidays.

Learn how to set goals for this season, when to post, how to cut through the noise to engage your audience, and how to measure your success. Give your business the gift of a holiday social media strategy!

Topic: Empower Your Social Media Holiday Edition

Instructor: GoDaddy Specialist

Empower Your Email Marketing

Empower Your Email Marketing

Learn how to reach your audience on the highest conversion channel out there

Digital communication is key to running a successful business and one of the best ways to communicate over the internet with your customers is email marketing.

Learn some tools and tricks needed to level up your email marketing and wow your customers this holiday season and beyond. This virtual learning intensive is offered at two different times for your convenience.

Topic: Email Marketing

Instructor: GoDaddy Specialist

Open Project Night: Reducing Social, Economic and Political Inequalities

Open Project Night: Reducing Social, Economic and Political Inequalities

How can we empower and promote the social, economic & political inclusion of all, irrespective of age, sex, disability, race, or ethnicity?

Impact Hub Houston is proud to bring you a monthly opportunity to come together to work on solutions for some of Houston’s most pressing issues. Our city is full of changemakers across all ages, cultures, skillsets, and industries. This is your chance to conned and collaborate for the greater good.

Open Project Night has been hosted across the Impact Hub global network for a few years, and we are carrying the torch locally to support #Changemakers, #SocialEntrepreneurs, and #ImpactSupporters in their efforts to create the change they wish to see in the world.

Here’s how it works:

  • New theme each month in line with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
  • Anyone can sign up to participate (whether you have an idea/project or just want to provide feedback, advice, or support)
  • 1-2 guest speakers will kick-off project presentations
  • Open Mic for anyone else to pitch will follow (2 min max per pitch)
  • Everyone moves to the virtual working room for open networking & collaboration

September’s theme is SDG 10: Reduced Inequalities

SDG 10 from a global context: https://sdgs.un.org/goals/goal10

Event Schedule // 5:00 PM-6:30 PM CST

5:00-5:30pm Open Networking

5:30-5:55pm Project Presentations + Q&A

Your Open Pitch should be max of 2 mins each and answer the following questions before the community can provide feedback:

  1. Brief personal introduction + What is your project/idea?
  2. What stage are you currently at? (idea/testing/implementation etc)
  3. What are your next series of steps?
  4. What are you currently looking for in the way of talent/skills from the community?

5:55-6:25pm Move over to the Working Floor to connect and collaborate with other changemakers.

6:25pm-6:30pm Closing and Next Steps

About our Guest Speaker: (TBA)