The Hive London

Providing 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. 

(Please note: Our physical space at 1350 Wharncliffe Rd. has closed.)

2021 Summer Spotlight Event: July 15th

Join us for a panel discussion on the opioid crisis in the Forest City that takes a look at the diverse causes, needs and challenges of various groups as it relates to opioid addiction.

Thank You To Our Event Sponsors!

GOLD SPONSORS

Together we will work to build up your confidence, self-image and happiness by becoming more self aware and learning how to manage the inner critic.

The internal balance of your body and mind are required for good health and well-being. When these internal systems are out of balance, the body and mind are unstable. Restoring these systems using precision-based nutrition, energy frequencies, and supports; creates balance and restores equilibrium.

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We have the tools that you need, and the expertise to make your vision a reality. For over a decade, we’ve collaborated to create things that matter. Your story defines you, so let’s tell it together.

SILVER SPONSORS

BRONZE SPONSORS

Crawford Coaching

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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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