We were so pleased to be joined by members of the Hatch community for an evening of networking, peer-learning, and collaboration last week.
On Thursday evening we came together at the wonderful venue of Second Home Spitalfields and it was a great opportunity for Hatch graduates and founders to share experiences with a like-minded group of fellow entrepreneurs.
Everyone was able to really get to know each other and build relationships with a diverse group of founders in the Hatch community, with groups working together to tackle shared challenges in the entrepreneurship journey.
After an energetic session of founder bingo, followed by peer-led problem solving, everyone was able to leave the event with practical advice to apply to their business as well as new contacts to add to their network.
One attendee shared, “It was a great event, people really went with the intention of networking and meeting others.
“The activities were fun and didn’t feel awkward like in other events. I made relevant and keen connections that have followed up on LinkedIn.
“I found it a valuable opportunity to engage and enjoy time with other entrepreneurs! Great organisation and lovely venue too.”
Hatch Event Coordinator Sosina said, “There was such great energy on the night, everyone was sharing their experiences, advice and ideas. It was so lovely to see the genuine bonds being created between the founders and makes me feel even more excited to continue to grow our community.”
Attendees were also the first to hear about upcoming programmes and events in the Hatch calendar, including the reveal of a brand new deep-dive programme that we will be launching in the coming weeks.
This programme is aimed at Accelerator-level founders, meaning your business needs to have been running for 2-5 years, and is open to all Hatch graduates.