There’s always something happening at the Hub. Check out some of our videos below to get a feel for the Members & Partners that make us what we are.
Many of these videos are creating in partnership with Reel World Filmmakers founded by Luke Assenmacher.
Space & Place
What is it like to be a Member at our space in Kakaako? Check out the videos below to learn a bit more about what it’s like to be a part of Hub Coworking.
A Day in the Life: what does it feel like to be a Member?
Another intro to the space:
One of the things Members appreciate is the super fast internet speeds for uploads and downloads:
In Summer 2019 we raised funds for expansion – learn more about the expansion plans here:
Events & Entertainment
In addition to hosting daily coworking and office space, there are dozens of events each month to educate, engage, and entertain. Below are some videos from some of the featured events we’ve held over the past few years.
Watch Team Get Zero Wasted present at the 2019 Climathon event.
Built in Hawaii is a celebration of entrepreneurship in Hawaii.
Honolulu Civil Beat, an independent local news organization, hosted a Hawaii Storytellers event at Hub:
Hawaii artist Lauren Hana Chai paints one of the largest murals in the space:
Sound healer Lucie Lynch offers a Wellness Wednesday Sound Healing event, part of the monthly Wellness Wednesday events:
Other features include monthly Lunch & Learn events featuring great speakers and thinkers:
We also partner with local organizations to host community-based events, like the Trash to Treasure Art Festival:
Honolulu Soup is a microgranting event focused on supporting small local businesses in Hawaii.
Partners & People
Hub Coworking would not be where we are today without the continued support from these incredible local organizations. Watch the videos below to learn more about our Impact Partners and Members.
Ulupono Initiative is an impact investment firm in Honolulu that’s focused on supporting social causes that we love. We chatted with Managing Partner Murray Clay to discuss what our organizations have in common.
In this short video, we talk with the team at Elemental Excelerator about what an interconnected Hawaii looks like, and how the work of our organizations overlap.
Nicole founded Zero Waste Oahu to help build a zero waste future for Oahu. Learn more about her work and what she loves about working at Hub Coworking.
Hub Co-Founder Anne Weber in the Thrive Global Charity Challenge
Dreamhouse Ewa Beach Founder Alex Teece chats with us about his vision for Dreamhouse, a public charter school in Ewa Beach, and how Hub Coworking is the place where he got it started.
Vera, founder of Hawaii Women in Filmmaking, talks with our Co-Founder Anne about why Hub Coworking is such an important place for her organization, and why Hawaii needs the Impact Hub.
Meli James, Founder of Mana Up, talks with our Co-Founder George about why impact investment is so important for startups, and why Hawaii needs a space like this.