Thank you for being a maker of Impact Hub
Whether you work for one of our 100+ Impact Hubs every day, are a (co-) founder of the Impact Hub in your city, or volunteer in our programs and / or community events: your feedback is important to us. We know your time is valuable and really appreciate your participation.
The Maker Survey includes questions about your role, your Impact Hub and your experience in the network. It will take you approximately 15 minutes to complete the survey.
If you have to interrupt filling in the survey, your session is valid for 48h. If you don’t close your browser, you can come back to it lateron.
The Maker survey can be taken by anyone working for Impact Hub locally or globally, be it staff, volunteers, board members, advisors, network associates, etc.
Association Representatives however should only take the AREP survey. >>
Should you be the Association Representative of your Impact Hub, the survey is organised as a one hour annual impact and performance reporting (including the general section for every maker).
The Association Representative holds the voting rights at Impact Hub Association General Assembleys. Every Impact Hub has only 1 Association Representative.
The survey can be filled in by you, the AREP, or your deputy. It might be useful to do it together with your managing director or CEO as some of the requested information might not be held by you. You can pause the survey at any time and get back to where you left with the same link as long as you do not delete your cookies.
- Support us in measuring our network’s collective impact
- Give important insights and direction for our Vision 2030 and the development of the network’s next strategy
- Allow us to map activities and areas of expertise across the network and enable us to tailor learning interventions for you and your Impact Hub
In case of questions, please don’t hesitate to write directly to [email protected] or share your comments at the end of the survey.
Thank you for your time and your support,
Your Impact Hub Network