Reports

The Impact Hub Berlin and Impact Hub global network use Social Impact Reporting to convey the change created, including partner organizations and activities.

This is our download section and we invite you to read the stories and learn from interviews that illustrate the impact we create, every day, all year.

 
2019 / Better Together Award

Trend Report outlining five global trends to finding collaborative solutions for the grand climate challenges of our time.

2019 / How Blockchain-based Solutions Impact the Healthcare Sector

Three case studies have been selected to exemplify how blockchain can potentially transform healthcare supply chain, patient data management, and access to health care.

2019 / Handbook: New Ways of Building Partnerships Across Sectors

Co-creating successful projects between public sector, private sector and civil society, with an overview of a training designed on the same topic and delivered for ISED by Christian Koch, Impact Hub Berlin and Impact Hub Jakarta.

2019 / lab of tomorrow 8 - Insights Report: Reducing, reusing and replacing single-use plastic in Thailand

How blockchain-based solutions affect the healthcare industry: Three case studies have been selected to exemplify how blockchain cantransform healthcare supply chain, patient data management, and access to health care.

2019 / Design Thinking: Konzepte kreativ entwickeln

The handbook (in German) was co-written with Camino Werkstatt based on a Design Thinking project with Partnerschaften für Demokratie Saalfeld Rudolstadt.

2018 / Sustainability drivers for business transformation - Insights from experts

We asked a crowd of sustainability experts and practitioners to answer questions about upcoming trends and standards. *We were not created and written by us, but we scouted a large amount of the experts who took part.

2017 / lab off tomorrow 6 - Insights Report: Access to affordable and reliable energy in Uganda

Insights Report on “Access to Affordable and Reliable Energy in Uganda” based on own field and desk research