The Hub is accepting new members!

Hi friends, The Hub is currently accepting new members! As you can read in our previous post, we’ve moved to a new location a few months ago and we’re currently operating in a pretty cool interim space. We’d love it if you’d come by and check it out. Our offering is the same as before – at the Hub, you’ll have access to work space, wifi, kitchenette, office supplies, meeting space, a printer, scanner, fax, and mail handling services. More importantly, you’ll be part of a vibrant community made up of members from many different sectors, from nonprofits, to startups, to freelancers, to community groups, working in such fields as the environment, tech, social enterprise, education, and many others. Come try out the Hub free of charge for a day – just email Breton@thehubhalifax.ca to set up a time. We also have a private office for rent. Click here to check […]

We are still here!

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Hi, out there! Well, friends, it’s been a while since we’ve updated our website. Now that things are finally starting to slow down we want to take this opportunity to let everyone know what we’ve been up to over the last few months. Since our last somewhat ominous post, we did in fact move the Hub from 1673 Barrington Street to 1649 Barrington Street, just a few doors down from our previous location. Despite the short distance, the move took a lot of work and we couldn’t have done it without the help of many of our terrific Hub members. ‘The Hub Vogue,’  as we’ve taken to calling it (as we are now in the Vogue Building), is temporary, but we’ve done a lot to make our interim space one that is conducive to the kind of  creativity we work to inspire. You wouldn’t know it now, but when a group […]

The HUB Halifax at a Crossroads

For Immediate Release January 20, 2014 Halifax, NS The HUB Halifax at a Crossroads: Business Incubator and Community Hub Searching for Sustainable Model  The Hub Halifax announced today that it will be closing its 1673 Barrington Street office at the end of January, ending a five year chapter in the community and business hub’s history. As of February 1st, a core group of members have arranged to move down the street to the second floor of the Vogue Building, signing on to the space for up to a year. Facing the end of their lease at Barrington, Hub co-founders Joanne Macrae and Tracy Boyer spent the last 16 months exploring options for moving forward, in close consultation with members about how to best adapt or move The Hub.  The business is one of many similar, shared working spaces that have popped across the world over the last decade, all geared […]