Kickstart a social enterprise and address key issues in your city

Are you passionate about making a difference in your community?
Do you want to learn how to set up a social enterprise to tackle problems in your area?

If you answered yes to one or both of the questions above then Hack For Good, our new social enterprise hackathon is for you!

Programme Details

Social issues that we’ll address over the weekend


Health + Wellbeing

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Digital Inclusion


Access to Housing




Safety on The Streets

Hack For Good is a 3 day bootcamp that will equip you with the skills you’ll need to start your own social enterprises from scratch.


We are looking for students from any subject area and level (undergrad or postgrad) to take part. You don’t need to have any experience of business or social enterprise, just the passion to make a difference and the drive to work with others to start a new project from scratch.


Over the weekend you will learn the basics of setting up a social enterprise, including idea generation using the social lean canvas, market testing and validation, and how to create impact for users. You will have the chance to network with and learn from a variety of mentors with experience of setting up their own social enterprises.


The weekend will culminate with a final pitch event to a judging panel, where teams will have the opportunity to pitch for follow on support from the enterprise team.

Meet the Team

Hack For Good is delivered by a team of entrepreneurs and educators who have each developed a social enterprise and supported the growth of others.

Natasha Triay

During her 3 years in London, Natasha has supported over 250 young people set up businesses at The Prince’s Trust, Queen Mary University and now at London Met University.  She has previously set up a social enterprise.

Junior Ogunyemi

Junior is a multi-award winning entrepreneur and author of “How to be a student entrepreneur”. While studying he launched many successful ventures, including a football academy and publishing company; raising enough money to pay off his student fees before graduation.

Simon Boot

For the last 5 years, Simon has been helping students transform ideas into killer businesses at Accelerator. With experience that spans law, finance, marketing and operations, Simon is your start-up Swiss Army Knife.

Dates and Times

Friday 16 February, 4pm – 9pm


Saturday 17 February, 9am – 9pm


Sunday 18 February, 9am – 9pm

Apply Now

Want to take part in Hack For Good this February? Fill out our form below.

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