Impact Hub Vienna – Communications Support for Accelerator Programs

I was hired to support RE:WIEN, found!, Greiner Family Impact Initiative, and a few other initiatives over the course of three months (April, May and June). This package project required me to put on my creative hat and continuously create interesting and engaging content to promote the programmes on top of taking care of the usual administrative and coordination tasks one could expect from a communications support person 🙂

I really enjoy working with Impact Hub Vienna (I have previously volunteered there as both blogger and blog team lead. Good times!) because the community is just super nice.

Details of the project:

  • Online marketing administration (scheduling, posting, compiling results)
  • Liaised with Marketing Lead in terms of ideas generation and scheduling
  • Coordination of content production and liaising with Program Lead
  • Event photography
  • E-mail marketing (via Hubspot)
  • Written, visual and video content production and dissemination

Here are examples of the content I churned out:

Blog Articles

Read online / Read on Google Docs

Eat-in or to go? Tackling the difficult problem of single-use plastic takeaway packaging -> Read the offline version of the article now

Read online / View the screengrab

How the Social Challenges Innovation Platform Matches Social Challenges with Innovative Solution Providers -> Read the article now

Read online / View the screengrab

Let’s talk about food waste in Austria -> Read the article

Read online / View the screengrab

Founder Spotlight: PHILIPP ETZLINGER FROM UUGOT.IT -> Read the interview now

Video Content

Circular Economy – Bicycles

Circular economy is about moving to a circular product lifecycle, prolonging the use of existing products through repair and reuse. In many cities, including Vienna, broken or unused bicycles collected off the streets end up on landfills, taking space and deteriorating. However, with the right approach, they can once again become a valuable tool of mobility.Lenkerbande, RE:WIEN 2019 venture, fixes, recycles and donates used bicycles through their do-it-yourself workshops in Vienna, thus making sustainable mobility available to everyone. https://lenkerbande.at/#OekoBusinessWien OekoBusiness Wien

Gepostet von Impact Hub Vienna am Freitag, 5. Juli 2019
A shocking 80–90% of chewing gum is not disposed of properly and it’s the second most common form of litter after cigarette butts. 😵 Bad news continues: modern chewing gum is basically made of plastic. The {{facebook_mention(1410949002319344|Alpeng

A shocking 80–90% of chewing gum is not disposed of properly and it’s the second most common form of litter after cigarette butts. 😵 Bad news continues: modern chewing gum is basically made of plastic.The Alpengummi chewing gum is mainly made of tree resin hand-picked in the Lower Austrian forests. Refined with beeswax, it is – like their packaging – biodegradable. If you are looking to become a responsible gum chewer, find out more about Alpengummi, another of our RE:WIEN 2019 #acceleratorprogram participants!#OekoBusinessWien OekoBusiness Wien

Gepostet von Impact Hub Vienna am Montag, 17. Juni 2019
Apart from providing an alternative to fossil-based products, bio-based construction materials play a dominant role in the clean energy transition. For example, hemp reduces energy consumption because of its excellent insulation and airtightness. There i

Apart from providing an alternative to fossil-based products, bio-based construction materials play a dominant role in the clean energy transition. For example, hemp reduces energy consumption because of its excellent insulation and airtightness. There is little heating or cooling losses from the building, which means constant energy output to keep the building cool or warm is not required.Hempstatic develops recyclable materials from agro-byproducts and aspires to revitalise the regional economy with their regenerative approach. We are happy to have them with us in the RE:WIEN 2019 accelerator program!#OekoBusinessWien OekoBusiness Wien

Gepostet von Impact Hub Vienna am Donnerstag, 6. Juni 2019
The current linear business model of the fashion industry makes it one of the most wasteful industries on our planet. If we want to avert the environmental catastrophe, we need to implement a circular approach, where clothes, fabric, and fibres are kept

The current linear business model of the fashion industry makes it one of the most wasteful industries on our planet. If we want to avert the environmental catastrophe, we need to implement a circular approach, where clothes, fabric, and fibres are kept at their highest value during use, and never end up as waste. NASCH, RE:WIEN 2019 participant, produces jackets aligned with the principles of circular economy. They are made of recycled materials and can be repaired or converted into a new product when worn out or damaged.https://hubs.ly/H0jwJs10

Gepostet von Impact Hub Vienna am Donnerstag, 27. Juni 2019
The average lifespan of a plastic bag is 12 minutes but it will take 10-1000 years for it to decompose. By reducing single-use plastic items, such as coffee cups, bags, straws, or takeaway food containers, you we can limit the amount of plastic waste end

The average lifespan of a plastic bag is 12 minutes but it will take 10-1000 years for it to decompose. By reducing single-use plastic items, such as coffee cups, bags, straws, or takeaway food containers, we can limit the amount of plastic waste ending up in landfills or, worse, leaking into our oceans. RePhil, RE:WIEN 2019 participant, revolutionises traditional takeaway by providing a circular system for reusable food containers.#OekoBusinessWien OekoBusiness Wien #REWIEN2019

Gepostet von Impact Hub Vienna am Freitag, 14. Juni 2019
The construction sector plays an important role in the European economy. However, it is also one of the planet’s largest sectors in terms of energy, water and raw materials consumption. By recapturing construction waste and introducing it back to the ma

The construction sector plays an important role in the European economy. However, it is also one of the planet’s largest sectors in terms of energy, water and raw materials consumption. By recapturing construction waste and introducing it back to the market we can create a circular closed loop system, which will positively contribute to the goals of the low carbon economy. BauKarussell – Urban Mining, RE:WIEN 2019 participant, provides recovery-oriented demolition with a particular focus on reuse for large-volume properties.#OekoBusinessWien OekoBusiness Wien #REWIEN2019

Gepostet von Impact Hub Vienna am Freitag, 31. Mai 2019

Event Photography

View the photo gallery on the Impact Hub Vienna’s Facebook page – click.

Branded Instagram Stories

A sample of the Instagram Stories
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