How to do an interorganisational exchange – an example

Isabel Kaeshammer · 19.01.2018

An interorganisational exchange can lead to an unforgettable adventure and an invaluable personal and professional development. Knowledge, skills and inspiring ideas get exchanged and once returned back home, the experiences can be shared within the team.

Julia from Impact Hub Islington and me as a team member of Impact Hub Zürich know what such an exchange can look and feel like. We swapped Impact Hubs and lives for two months in autumn 2017. You can read about our experiences here.


In order to inspire other Impact Hubs to do the same and to get the most out of their experience, we have now put together a How to do an inter-Hub exchange handbook. we wanted to share the details of the process we went through to initiate, organise and monitor our exchange.

Feel free to share, use and adapt the handbook, and if you have any questions or comments or feedback, just drop me a line.


Isabel co-founded Futurepreneurship, a program supporting young career starters to engage in more entrepreneurial career paths. Futurepreneurship is a spin-off of the Impact Hub Zürich, for which Isabel used to work in her role as a community builder, networker, event host and Business Help Desk organizer, before founding her own organization.

Isabel studied social, organizational and...

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