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Startup Tuesday: STRHIVE

18 October 17:00 - 19:00 | Development | Knowledge | Network

Startup Tuesday is a monthly event to inspire and connect like-minded entrepreneurs! This time the speaker is Sarah Abdelatif, the founder of STRHIVE.


About this event

This series of events is a collaboration among innovative hubs that aim to strengthen connections and support impact-driven entrepreneurship in The Hague. It’s the ideal occasion to network, learn from experienced founders, and explore solutions to shared challenges.

We present an informal interview with a seasoned entrepreneur who will share with the audience their experience.

Find out who your fellow impact entrepreneurs are. Get easy access to the support you need, learn where to find future talent and get tips on how to train yourself and your team on doing business and doing good.



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Sarah Abdelatif, with her team at Strhive, is on a mission to rethink how we do international development by putting learning, adaption and collaboration at the centre. With a background in international public management and policy and working in and around development organisations, she came across the recurring challenge of how organisations can learn and the question: how can organisations stop reinventing the wheel? To solve this challenge and to put her mission into practice, Strhive came to life.



“No one should be dying or suffering because knowledge that already exists in one part of the world has not reached other parts. It is up to each of us to take the responsibility to ensure the knowledge flows easily to where it is needed.” (Parcell, 2006). Today’s world is complex and dynamic. To navigate it effectively, development organisations need to learn and adapt. However, a lot of knowledge gets lost because organisations don’t have systematic ways of learning. At Strhive, we are developing Propel – a software tool to guide the learning journeys of organisations. It ensures that knowledge can flow to where it is needed and enable organisations to build collective memory.



16:30 Walk-in

17:00 Conversation with Sarah Abdelatif

17:45 Q&A

18:00 Drinks


Wilhelmina van Pruisenweg 35, 2595 AN, Den Haag, Zuid-Holland

18 October 17:00 - 19:00

Development, Knowledge, Network