Community co-budgeting: The selected projects

Viktor Vogt · 01.07.2019

As part of this year’s Impact Hub Zürich summer Townhall, four projects from the community were selected for receiving CHF 2’500 each (CHF 10’000 in total).

From the nine submitted project ideas, the attending community members selected the following four projects:

A Podcast/interview series featuring female founders at the Impact Hub.

 

 „Hoppe, Hoppe“, a grown-up friendly kids‘ space, where kids can be kids (playful, loud, curious, sleepy, messy) and where adults can be comfortable and relaxed, meet friends or take a yoga-class because they have all they need taken care of them.

 

A new Coffee machine for the coworking space Viadukt,“ and a trottinet fleet that makes trips to nearby shops, restaurants, or the other coworking spaces easier 

 

A baking workshop by Zürichips for Impact Hub members in baking chips with old bread and 1.5kg of chips to be used for the weekender or other community event! anti-food-waste project 

 

The four community projects have now time until the next Townhall, taking place mid-December, to implement their ideas and to present first achievements.

Viktor Vogt joined the communications team of Impact Hub Zürich in April 2018.

After his studies in Media & Communications Sciences at the University of Zurich, Viktor lived in Malmö for one year, where he could bring his Swedish skills to a new level and live out his fascination for Scandinavia, its nature, people, and rich culture scene. Prior to Impact Hub, he led communicati...

Viktor Vogt, Pr & Communication Lead

viktor.vogt@impacthub.ch

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