What is Impact Hub?

Home to changemakers, social disrupters and impact Innovators.

We offer an ecosystem of resources to take your business to greater heights. Collaborate with

like-minded social entrepreneurs to foster impact in Zimbabwe. As social disrupters we want to

have a part in reaching the Social Development Goals by 2030.

We incubate and accelerate social impact projects and help them to scale their innovations. We believe that large-scale social change, innovative solutions and world-altering ideas stem from collaboration, connectivity and community. That the dreamers, makers, creators, freelancers and entrepreneurs of the world need a place to call home, to connect to others, to collaborate and be part of something bigger.

Facilities

Interwebs


Caffeine


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Outdoor Working Space


Eco-Friendly Interior


Co-Working Space


Impact Programs

We offer a series of programmes designed to help you grow your business. Our programs will get you on the right track to develop your business and scale your impact through experiential learning and mentorship with local changemakers.

Testimonials

Heather Chikami

I am the Co-founder of a startup company that focuses primarily on Environmental Management and off grid solar Solutions.  Our company provides solutions for households and companies to incorporate environmental consciousness within their operations. In addition to that we offer tailor made solutions for eco-friendly companies to market their products to a global market. Our main mandate as a company is centered on providing off grid solar solutions to communities at affordable prices. The hub facilitated the process of securing a mentor for me through C4C. The hub also created a platform for me to network with a potential partner and it also assisted me in creating a network of people with similar visions as I do.

Kudzanai Chitiva

Natfort Energy develops and deploys renewable energy solutions to address electricity challenges in Africa. We have recently developed a solar business model specifically for underserved off grid communities and rural households. The solution will ensure that off grid households can access clean, reliable solar products to power their basic energy needs using a flexible payment mechanism thereby addressing the issue of high upfront costs associated with solar systems. Impact hub has identified the mentor for me and facilitated the conversation.

John-Paul Matenga

“I have had one of the most amazing weeks in my journey as an entrepreneur thanks to Tadzoka and the Impact Hub Harare team. Not only did I learn so many valuable lessons I also met some amazing people. Through Impact Hub and Seedstars I was abale to learn how to Pitch my company to potential investors. I was also able to leave with a great new mentor who has promised to help me take YouFarm to the next level! On Wednesday 2 days before we even pitched I was approached by a serious potential investor (every startups dream). Tadzoka and her team at Impact Hub and the guys from Seedstars World will literally change your life. Just make sure you put in the hours!”

Helen Davidson

I have attended a few events and seminars now at Impact Hub. I have learnt so much and have grown so much as an entrepreneur and as a business person.

Shahid Mahmood

As an entrepreneur, I have always wanted to surround myself with positive people who would support me when it rains, not just when it shines. Impact Hub is proving exactly that community. A visit to the hub is enough to give you a boost of confidence to encourage you to take that next big leap with the support of a welcoming network of global community.

Impact Stories

Upcoming Events

We host regular events to help you to build your network with impact-focused companies and individuals so you can find the expertise you need to develop your initiative, get inspired, learn new skills to grow professionally, and create new collaborations.

Sep 16, 2018

Kites For Peace Zimbabwe

Once a year, on the International Day of Peace we invite you to ...
Sep 14, 2018

Fuckup Nights Harare

Fuckup Nights Harare is part of a global movement and event ...
Aug 17, 2018

Business Fitness Assessment Workshop

Studies show that whilst entrepreneurial activity is on the increase the ...

Kites For Peace Zimbabwe

Sep 16, 2018 11 am

Once a year, on the International Day of Peace we invite you to fly kites with us. To enjoy our beautiful environment and to meet fellow Zimbabweans looking to enjoy a stress free day out, flying kites, picnicking and enjoying time with their loved ones. We hope to inspire inner peace and hope, love and unity, and an appreciation for our beautiful environment.

Together with Rotary Club of Msasa, we will be hosting the Zimbabwe Cares Network, a network of charitable organisations within the community. They will be selling food, drinks and kites, fundraising and raising awareness for their various causes.

Burger Boys, Bakers Chicken, the Deaf Cafe Illy coffee shop, ice cream and hubblies are amongst the various food offerings.

Vegetarian and halaal options available.

There will be various other activities available icluding skateboarding, inflatables, yoga and meditation, canoeing and fishing, quad bikes, archery and much more.

Various artists will provide a light and peaceful vibe – a great marimba band and unplugged guitarists and singers.
Bring a camping chair, your family and friends and a smile to share.

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Fuckup Nights Harare

Sep 14, 2018 6 pm

Fuckup Nights Harare is part of a global movement and event series that shares stories of professional failure. Each month, in events across the globe, we get three to four people to get up in front of a room full of strangers to share their own professional Fuckup. The stories of the business that crashes and burns, the partnership deal that goes sour, the product that has to be recalled, we tell them all. We do not aim to praise failure or encourage it, but rather to remove the sigma associated with it and learn from it.

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Business Fitness Assessment Workshop

Aug 17, 2018 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Studies show that whilst entrepreneurial activity is on the increase the world over, the failure rate remains high with over 80% of all start-ups not surviving beyond 18 months. This workshop gives a summary overview of the key causes of entrepreneurial failure and provides a context for introspection by each participant of their “fitness” and an expose of the tools and competencies required to ensure success.

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