Bookazine Welcome to ImpactCity The Hague has launched:Order your copy free of charge today

A brand new publication, Welcome to ImpactCity The Hague, exposes our beautiful city’s flourishing startup ecosystem that now stands out worldwide. The bookazine is hot off the press and we’re eager to share it with the world. We invite you to order your personal copy – free of charge – today. 

Welcome to ImpactCity The Hague showcases a variety of its local impact startups, change makers and social entrepreneurs that are working from the city. Furthermore, it highlights The Hague-based innovative collaborations and initiatives. The flourishing impact ecosystem is the result of years of determined effort by local government to empower and guide this development. It’s the first impact community in its scale in the world, and it’s ready to inspire others to follow suit.

To order your personal (Dutch & English) copy of Welcome to ImpactCity The Hague, please fill in the form below. Within two weeks from ordering you will receive your copy.

 

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Have you received your copy? Share a picture with us! We look forward to seeing your bright pink copy pop up on our Twitter feed @hagueinnovators and by using hashtag #ImpactCity, on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/ImpactCity/), or Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/impactcity/).

What is ImpactCity 

The City of The Hague, international city of peace and justice, is proud of its historic legacy as long time advocate for the wellbeing of people and planet. And our legacy continues to this day. The Hague’s local, yet uniquely international, network connects NGOs, research centers, knowledge institutions, corporate enterprises, and a wide variety of young and creative entrepreneurs that are looking to make a difference. 

Doing business & doing good

In The Hague, we believe that economic success and social impact go hand in hand. And this publication is our proof-of-concept. The Hague’s Deputy Mayor, Karsten Klein, is convinced that the chosen policy serves the city well. “We have put a long-term strategy in motion that focuses on making ‘impact’ more corporate. With ‘impact’, we have chosen for a niche in which we, as a city, have a better story to tell than other cities,” he says.