HubClub: International Development Mash-up
Join a truly special edition of the International Development Hub Club to get a firsthand taste of international cooperation.
Several Impact Hubs from Europe and Africa will host an International Development Mash-Up simultaneously to uncover the best practices related to SDG # 17: Partnerships for the Goals.
To start off, we will tune into one of the parallel events to have a joint discussion with our global community and inspiring international speakers on the best practices for SGD#17.
In the second part of the event, we will explore the local dimension of SGD#17: how we can underpin resources in Vienna to create economies of scale for international development?
Vienna is a regional capital for international development. We have the right organisations, companies and human capital to make considerable contributions towards the 2030 SDG agenda. The variety of this ecosystem makes Vienna unique and comparable to New York and Geneva.
What does it take for Vienna to live up to its potential as a powerhouse ecosystem for successful and innovative development solutions?
Sounds like an exciting challenge? Join us for a fun evening of inspiration, networking and partnership building.
Chrysula Winegar is Senior Director, Communications & Special Initiatives at the United Nations Foundation, and leads the Global Moms Challenge
Matteo Landi represents UNIDO in global initiatives and currently leads the team on Social entrepreneurship and youth employment in the Agri-Business Department in UNIDO.
John Tkacik is a Senior Manager, Programme with REEEP, where he looks at the economics of decentralised and off-grid electrification, and urban and peri-urban productive use applications
RIta Isiba is Founding Director at Aphropean Partners, an Austrian independent information business specializing in Africa
Georg Eder founder of Vienna International Development Network
Ikechuku Michael Richson is vice-project-manager for award-winning initiative Rugby Open Borders
The Development HubClub aims to bring together Social Entrepreneurs who engage in developing countries and emerging markets with their innovations and provide a platform of exchange, common culture and like-minded thinkers.
As a community-driven project, the Development Hub Club is brought to life by its members. We want to hear from you if you would like to suggest a discussion topic, make a presentation during the meetup or simply share your thoughts!