Every Monday at Impact Hub Birmingham is Open Project Night, 6.30pm – 10.30pm.
Once a week we fling open the doors of Impact Hub Birmingham extra wide and invite any imagineers working on projects, ventures and ideas focused on unleashing a better us – a better Birmingham – to all come together in the same space. Creatives, activists, entrepreneurs, dreamers, scientists, makers and doers, everyone is welcome to come along to add their vision of a better Birmingham.
If you want to organise your own meet up or find out more about Open Project Night, just click here!
What meet up’s are happening tonight?
Sisters Uncut is a feminist direct action group that campaigns to prevent and reverse cuts to domestic violence services and austerity measures. the group is open to all those identifying as women; including those with multi-gender identities and those who experience oppression as women.
Instead of saying one viewpoint is valid and another is invalid, we learn more about reality by sharing perspectives. The TEDxBrum team are busy planning this year’s event. Tonight’s meeting is a closed meeting but please do follow @TEDxBrum to find out what’s happening and to see if there are ways to get involved.
TEDxBrum Champions Briefing – We need all our Champions to be fully informed to give the audience the best experience possible, so this get together is to hear all about the details of this years theme, speakers, performers and the roles needing to be fulfilled to make this a day, never to be forgotten. We’re excited to have you collaborating with us to create a community of idea sharing and inspiration in Birmingham and beyond. We are into our fifth TEDxBrum cycle and this time we have a team of over 70 working on the event, the theme is PERSPECTIVES.
Energised by the incredible team behind TEDxBrum, we’re building from the TEDx platform to create an event dedicated to young people in Birmingham; sharing conversations and ideas that blow their minds.
NetSquared Midlands is a tech for social good group with regular free events, organised by Pauline Roche and Paul Webster, for people interested in using web or mobile technology for social good. NetSquared Midlands is part of a global NetSquared movement of innovators in more than 70 cities around the world. Tonight’s meet up is a: Digital Storytelling for nonprofits workshop and is the Storymakers 2017 event.
TechSoup has been running Storymakers campaigns for the last seven years. The ability to create a digital story is a skill that nonprofits must have to survive. Fundraising and advocacy both depend on convincing a supporter to take action. Powerful storytelling is the key. TechSoup is committed to supporting nonprofits in telling their own stories. #Net2Back to all Events