The Fellowship for Transformative Ideas is a year-long entrepreneurial incubation program at Impact Hub Yerevan that will support impact entrepreneurs and help them implement their transformative approaches for a more sustainable world.
The Zartir fellowship is a year-long program at Impact Hub Yerevan that will support social entrepreneurs, individuals, re
searchers, businesses, or projects engaged in, or interested in, implementing approaches that are focused on domestic violence, animal rights, as well as welfare of veterans, children, mothers and people with disabilities.
The Izmirlian Foundation / Impact Hub Yerevan fellowship program will support social entrepreneurs and/or social enterprises who are interested in developing a project or enterprise which aims to tackle a social problem.
ImpactAim Venture Accelerator is a UNDP program implemented by Catalyst Foundation and Impact Hub Yerevan. Through tailored mentorship, curriculum, and access to a global network of VCs and funding opportunities, the accelerator is designed to drive the scale up of local and international impact ventures.
The ACBA Federation / Impact Hub Yerevan fellowship program is created to support start ups, social enterprises, and individuals aiming to solve problems related to the agricultural industry in Armenia.
The American University of Armenia (AUA) / Impact Hub Yerevan fellowship program is the initiative of the American University of Armenia and AUA's Entrepreneurship and Product Innovation Center (EPIC) in collaboration with Impact Hub Yerevan to support AUA graduate & undergraduate students who are interested in developing a project, in any sphere or subject area, which aims to tackle a social problem.
As part of the Art of (anti) Corruption campaign, Impact Hub Yerevan has implemented an anti-corruption poster competition & exhibition, in collaboration with curator/artist Samvel Saghatelian. Through this competition & exhibition, art becomes a form of defiance and resistance against corruption in Armenia.
Through artistic and cultural interpretations of corruption in Armenia, the year-long “Art of (anti) Corruption” campaign seeks to raise awareness, educate and shine a creative light on the complicated effects of corruption on Armenian society and beyond.
Robert Bosch Stiftung and Impact Hub have joined forces to explore issues of employment across Europe with a view to improving civil society across the continent. Five Impact Hubs (Birmingham, Florence, Moscow, Yerevan and Zagreb) will work on an employment-related topic highly relevant to their region and their citizens.
UNDP and Impact Hub are joining forces once again to launch the 2017 edition of the #Accelerate2030 platform, aimed at supporting and promoting the most promising impact-driven ventures across the globe who focus on tackling the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG).
The Green Armenia / Impact Hub Yerevan fellowship program aims to support and sponsor ideas, products, films, documentaries, presentations, or enterprises created to spread the ideas of environmental preservation among the population of Armenia.
Impact Hub Yerevan in partnership with the European Union in Armenia has published a report analysis of Social Enterprises and their Ecosystem in Armenia. Click the image above to read the report and learn more about the project.
Calling impact-driven entrepreneurs & innovators to accelerate the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals!
Have you noticed issues in your village, in your community, or in your country that you wished someone could solve for you? Great! You can do more than take notice. With our 30-Day-Challenge program we will show you how you can turn those issues into opportunities to improve yourself and your community by taking positive and proactive steps. This new workshop is created to provide all participants with the insights and tools to transform ideas into viable social projects or social businesses.
We explored the free and affordable methods of creating a website with our Community & Events Manager Arman Khachatryan and our Hub Member Garik Arakelyan. This was a useful workshop for our startups and nonprofits. Click here to see more…
Why do some nations develop and become wealthy, while others don’t? Does it have to do with a leader’s ability to create institutions and policies that work for citizens? Or do geography, culture and local traditions play the main role? …
It was a great pleasure to host the Republic of Armenia’s Minister of the Diaspora Մխիթար Հայրապետյան / Mkhitar Hayrapetyan and his colleagues, Deputy Minister Babken DerGrigorian and Vagharshak Hakobyan, at Impact Hub Yerevan yesterday. Our cofounders Sara Anjargolian and …
It’s fascinating how sports can help fundraise and solve social issues nowadays. Big thanks to Itir Erhart for sharing her extensive experience in crowdfunding and fundraising through running. Click here to see more photos. …
We had the pleasure of hosting Deputy Minister of Agriculture Armen Harutyunyan in our space, who met with the agriculture startups behind our ACBA Federation Fellowship program. The Deputy Minister and our fellows discussed how the Ministry of Agriculture can…
Where do you begin when you have a new project in mind? How do you design a new concept and scale it up? What can you learn during the implementation phase and how do you analyze the results? This was…
From Lake Sevan to India, UAE and soon also Australia, Seaside Startup Summit is becoming a meeting space for startups and investors from all over the world. Yesterday they joined us to present the opportunities that will be offered next…
How do we imagine the future of education in Armenia? How can we combat corruption among the ranks of our educators? These were some of the questions discussed during our meeting with RA Minister of Education and Science Արայիկ Հարությունյան…
We were honored to host Member of Parliament Lena Nazaryan yesterday. From reflecting on the peaceful civil disobedience movement in Armenia to discussing the vision of the newly formed government, our members were excited to share insights and suggestions from…
What does it take to start a social enterprise? What are the different types and legal forms of social enterprises? Which one should you choose to match your organization’s mission? These were some of the questions our members discussed with…
At our latest event, Natalie Magee, a social entrepreneur based in Berlin, shared insights and developments within the sphere of social entrepreneurship in Germany with special focus on the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. Click here to see more photos. …
Meditation was made accessible to all last evening with an introductory workshop at Impact Hub Yerevan. We made this workshop possible via cooperation with TeachSurfing. Click here to see more photos. …