The Hive London

Providing space, opportunities and resources, for entrepreneurs, organizations and individuals to cross-pollinate, and to inspire the growth of the London economy, community and the individuals they are made up of. 

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We want to be the place you go to find workshops that support your personal and professional growth! We have some classics of our own and are constantly adding new ones to the mix based on your interests and needs!

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OUR BOOK CLUB BEGINS

A Conversation of "Caste": A Book About History, But Made To Change It! 

“Caste” by Isabel Wilkerson was published in August of 2020 and since its release has created quite the buzz in conversations from the dinner table to the White House.
The book discusses the process of 400 years of racism and racial hierarchies, exploring the unspoken caste system that defines human divisions.
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PROFESSIONAL SPACE

When you have space you can do anything! Looking to meet with a client in private? Want to run a workshop of your own or have a team meeting? Let us know your space needs and we'll let you know your options. 

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Host A Workshop In Our Attic!

Our community is made up of business owners and community leaders who are always looking to learn and grow.

We would like to acknowledge the history of the traditional territory and honour the longstanding relationships of the three local First Nation groups of this land and place in Southwestern Ontario. The Attawandaran (Neutral) peoples once settled this region alongside the Algonquin and Haudenosaunee peoples, and used this land as their traditional hunting grounds. The three longstanding Indigenous groups of this geographic region are: The Anishinaabe, The Haudenosaunee and The Leni-Lunaape Peoples.
 
We’d also like to recognize the three First Nations communities neighbouring the City of London:  Chippewas of the Thames First Nation, Oneida Nation of the Thames and Munsee-Delaware Nation.

 

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