Our co-working space is the first of its kind in Ismailia , egypt. It essentially existed as different individuals and entities declared the city’s urgent need to have a place that gathers people and allows them to work collaboratively on what matters the most to them. “mok3b” is a collection of minds inspired by the place that brings them together.
The place helps individuals and startups who work in relevant fields to uplift their careers and enrich their experiences through providing them with the perfect environment: amenities available range from free Wi-Fi and coffee to weekly seminars with high-profile guest speakers. We also offer a strong network that make it easier for people to talk about their projects freely and find other enthusiastic individuals to help them with what they’re working on. 5 start-up were launched from mok3b co-working , 4 of those startups were founded by females
As Ismailia suffers from a low civic engagement ratio, we pay close attention to student activities as it allows students from different culture and social classes to work on something together, which increases social inclusion. we host around 23 student activity and NGO which are 90% of teams operating in our city
As Ismailia suffers from the highest unemployment ratio in Suez Canal cities, our attention to startups stems from a desire to increase the number of small businesses that strengths our city’s economy. we created 10 jobs in 2016 ,, we hope to create 80 jobs in 2017
As Ismailia’s population is heavily centralized in villages, it’s clear the city lacks serious developmental and social aspects. We mobilize our community to sit together and think of practical solutions to such problems. We believe that our focus on small business, NGOs and student activities directly participate in eradicating these problems. As independent organizations lack monitoring and evaluation, professionalism, and democratic process in decision making, we believe it’s essential to focus on these aspects to have a positive impact on our city.
Entrepreneurs in Tunisia often face many challenges, so the team at Cogite Coworking Space developed the Aventures d'Entrepreneurs (AE) advocacy program in partnership with Réseau Entreprendre Tunisie. This initiative works directly with Tunisia's entrepreneurship community to identify specific challenges hindering entrepreneurs and to establish opportunities for dialogue between entrepreneurs and the Tunisian government to build solutions. And we're seeing results! To date, AE has tackled issues such as access to finance, crowdfunding in Tunisia and now, our third edition is addressing the challenges facing women entrepreneurs. To learn more, check out our website here: http://aventuresdentrepreneurs.com/.
Created with a vision to connect humans to create awesomeness, coworking at BizDojo moves connection, collaboration and support to the very core of the coworking experience.
This is not surprising, for a business founded by two people that met in a collaborative working environment. Having witnessed the effects this could have first hand on their work, and their general happiness, our founders Nick and Jonah wanted to share this way of working with others. After all, if you discover something this good you gotta tell someone!
As time progressed, Nick and Jonah built BizDojo from one small space into a growth business with a nationwide network of collaborative working environments. Over the years the duo witnessed thousands of people starting businesses, building ideas and growing startups whilst they too were growing their business. This perspective afforded Nick and Jonah some clarity. What if you could take all the goodness of a connected coworking environment and add a layer of learning, events and support designed to see founders, and their teams succeed? What kind of impact could you have then?
The BizDojo approach is inspired by traditional business incubators, but the focus is shifted from the business, to the founder and their team. Here we work across four key areas to help our residents get where they need to go:
Learning programs: We offer bespoke learning opportunities for our residents that cover everything from visiting expert speakers through to event series around gaining investment, through to Pitch tune-up sessions. Alongside these initiatives, we operate programs in collaboration with, and on behalf of local government in Auckland and Wellington.
We operate GridAKL with Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development, and Collider Wgtn on behalf of Wellington City Council. These programs extend the BizDojo learning programs to the wider eco-system of founders, businesses and startups, and at the same time, these initiatives give the wider public the ability to connect in with our collaborative BizDojo community.
Wellness: Our founders know first hand how important wellness is for founders. Because of this, all BizDojo locations run wellness initiatives designed to support, connect and strengthen founder's physical and mental health. Activities include yoga and sports, gardening for stress relief, mindfulness, and resilience workshops.
Personal upskilling: Soft skills can have a huge impact on long-term founder success, so at BizDojo you can learn about everything from personal brand to public speaking - via blogs, resources and informal community driven skills sharing both online and in person.
On the ground support: Our team on the ground are connected to their wider business community, and come with a swathe of amazing experience. Team experience includes spinning up a multi-million dollar fashion business, through to expanding a New Zealand based startup into a foreign market. This means our team can pull on their experience to help our residents or connect them with resources, services or community members to help solve their pain points.
By working alongside partners in fields such as law, accounting and investment we can also draw on expert advice as our community needs it.
ACRE is a non-profit business incubator housed at the Urban Future Lab in Downtown Brooklyn that supports the growth of early stage cleantech and smart city startups. Our goal is to promote green job growth through scalable and impactful company development. To date, our companies have raised over $320M from the private sector and employs over 250 New Yorkers.
LiquidSpace announces a partnership with The Mom Project. The Mom Project is a startup and career network, geared towards connecting women and moms with career opportunities. As part of this partnership, LiquidSpace is offering all members of The Mom Project a 25% discount on their first hourly and daily booking in our network. We’ve partnered with The Mom Project to make workspace more accessible to career women. We’re eager to be a part of this amazing mission.
25N's quarterly Pitch + Catch event pairs thought leadership in a variety of industries with developing professionals within our coworking community. Open to the public, this event allows any member to reserve a 5 minute pitch to a diverse volunteer audience from the wider business communities we serve, followed by 20 minutes of Q & A-style feedback and suggestions. Seeking new perspectives and constructive feedback, pitchers may present sales presentations, new ideas and opportunities, or simply practice public speaking. Overall, Pitch + Catch facilitates strengthened ties between our coworking community, local entrepreneurial innovations, and the larger economies and business organizations in which we operate—forwarding the coworking movement, growing our members businesses, and bringing the benefits of coworking to the public at large.
The Grove's Social Call to Action: We live in a time that provides access to the tools we need to address the world’s greatest needs. Our Social Call to Action pillars are the heart of our community. We actively invite our members to discover how to leverage their business or find support for their organization to impact these global and local issues. The pillars are: BREAKING THE CYCLE OF VIOLENCE, ELIMINATING EXTREME POVERTY, ENDING RACISM AND HATE, EQUAL ACCESS TO WATER AND OTHER NATURAL RESOURCES, HALTING THE SPREAD OF GLOBAL DISEASE, INVESTING IN HUMAN SECURITY, RESTORING EARTH'S RESOURCES, RIGHTS FOR WOMEN & CHILDREN AND THEIR ROLES AS LEADERS, SOCIAL JUSTICE AND HUMAN RIGHTS FOR ALL. Yes, they are big, bold ideas - that's why we call them pillars. "You may say I'm a dreamer. But I'm not the only one." - J. Lennon
In IOS OFFICES We firmly believe that smaller actions can make the biggest changes.
We run for them,
We have organized 7 races, with 16,000 runners, 20 scholarships, 1 million smiles
$ 150, 000 usd of funds raised.
We run for the children of Mexico.
We support 2 causes.
1.- CHILDHOOD UNDERNUTRITION
Children with malnutrition have decreased IQ, learning problems and slower growth and development, the CMR Foundation helps them to nourish themselves, you can help to lower the index.
2. CEREBRAL PARALYSIS
The children of Nuevo Amanecer Institute with this condition have limited resources and live from their godparents. With your support, you help to scholarship to 6 children of the Institute so that they can finish their treatment
Hing Hay Coworks is a nonprofit collaborative workspace and community development hub for local entrepreneurs, freelancers, startups, and community organizations located in the heart of the Seattle Chinatown International District (CID), Seattle’s most ethnically diverse neighborhood.
We created Hing Hay Coworks with the intention to provide a shared office space to local small businesses and support the community. As an historic neighborhood, the CID has many advantages: it is a major transit hub, adjacent to downtown Seattle, home to immigrants supported by culturally-competent services, and thriving small businesses that reflect a Pan-Asian culture unique in the region. The CID also faces many challenges: 34 percent of residents live at or below the poverty level, many of whom are seniors (25% are over 65 and 42% are over 55); the area has among the poorest health outcomes in the county; and public safety, homelessness and public sanitation are ongoing issues. Development pressures threaten to displace our vulnerable residents and the locally-owned small businesses that define our culture. Our goal is to catalyze the chances of success for businesses in the neighborhood. As entrepreneurs inhabit Hing Hay Coworks, we anticipate that the CID economy will diversify, thereby advancing the ongoing economic development of the CID.
The space hosts business workshops open to coworking members as well as local businesses in the neighborhood. Hing Hay Coworks provides a venue and programming assistance for SCIDpda’s Business Resource program in partnership with the Small Business Administration and the Seattle Public Library, ensuring equity and affordability among CID businesses by equipping them with the resources they need to successfully own or launch a business.
Hing Hay Coworks is a unique, place-based space. We created it for the neighborhood—for members and friends of the CID. For that reason, it cannot be replicated elsewhere. Our belief is that created spaces should benefit their environment. Hing Hay Coworks does just that—a home base for bright minds and bright ideas that nurtures the neighborhood in which it was born. By bringing together old and new—including people, ideas, and resources—in the CID, we are working to change the odds for the success of this neighborhood.