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Hatch Community

We are stronger together. We now have a growing community of 100+ businesses, mentors and experts. To nurture our community, we offer seminars, leadership training and monthly events.

Hatch Social Club

The Hatch Social Club is a monthly meet-up of like-minded individuals who hold each other accountable. Who can support each other in the bad times and celebrate in the good. Sometimes we need that little extra push to really think about what we want to achieve, how we’re going to do it and why it means so much to us. All entrepreneurs in London are welcome, just come with an open mind and willingness to learn.
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Hatch DIY Weekender

The Hatch DIY Weekender unites innovators and entrepreneurs in an annual camping event designed to forge connections, share skills and have fun together. Our Dream, Learn, Play theme allows us to tap into all aspects of starting and growing a business. Our community of entrepreneurs and facilitators are eager to share their inspiration and insights regarding what they have learned on their journey so far and we’re really keen to learn from you – its the DIY Weekender.

StartUp Brixton

The first StartUp Brixton brought hundreds of budding entrepreneurs and business owners together for a day of workshops, panel discussions, and one-to-one business surgeries. Out of 140 entrants, 24 were selected to pitch. The best four made it through to a live pitch on stage, where the audience picked their winners.

Your Big Idea

Hatch partnered with CAPITA, Lambeth Council and The Princes Trust to deliver the 2013, 2014 and 2015, Your Big Idea event. The most recent event attracted 16 young entrepreneurs from all over Lambeth. The entrepreneurs presented their start-up business proposals to a panel and pitched for up to £500 and a chance for business mentoring.

Camberwell Fair

Since 1279 the Camberwell Fair was held every August before it ended in 1855, that is until Andre came to Hatch with Wormfood Music and a wish to revive it. Over 3,500 people joined on the day, with over 70% of them being from the local community.