Welcome back to the latest episode of the Coworking Values: Visionaries series, brought to you in partnership with andcards, a coworking management software that simplifies operations at flexible workspaces.

Today, we shine the spotlight on Hatch Hubs, a unique coworking space located in South London, operated by the Facework Group, a Community Interest Company dedicated to assisting individuals in adapting to the evolving world of work.

Founded by Steven Carrick-Davies, Hatch Hubs aims to create an inclusive and affordable environment where people can work and connect. The name “Hatch” represents the generation of fresh ideas and projects, inspired by the transformation of an old building into collaborative workspaces. Steven’s vision is driven by a desire to bring positive change to the community, fostering a sense of belonging and unity.

Hatch Hubs not only provides workspace but also offers training programs to empower individuals with new skills and knowledge. They sustain their operations through various revenue streams, including memberships, partnerships, event hosting, and space rentals for special occasions. Their primary focus is on delivering high-quality, accessible, and affordable services to all.

The impact of Hatch Hubs is evaluated through qualitative and quantitative methods, analyzing the transformative experiences of community members. Steven’s ultimate goal is to inspire others to establish similar spaces in their communities. Plans include expanding Hatch Hubs to additional locations in South London and supporting the development of new businesses in Ukraine through workshops and assistance.

In essence, Hatch Hubs strives to make a positive difference by promoting collaboration, and knowledge sharing, and serving as a source of inspiration for others.

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