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6 Oct
Chattanooga nonprofits The Chattery and LAUNCH are partnering to offer classes for entrepreneurs through the Life After LAUNCHing series.  "Chattanooga is extremely startup-friendly, and our hope is to help foster that environment by offering a comfortable place for an entrepreneur to come and receive advice or explore business topics on a more in-depth level," The Chattery founder Jennifer…
1 Oct

LAUNCH and The Chattery Team Up for Life After LAUNCHing

October 1, 2015     News

Local nonprofits LAUNCH and the Chattery are partnering to offer a Life After LAUNCHing series. These classes, aimed at entrepreneurs, will be a continuing education series covering a variety of business topics. All classes will take place at LAUNCH’s office, located within Chattanooga WorkSpace, and will be taught by various business leaders and experts from the Chattanooga community. The…
12 Sep

LAUNCH Builds Basics for Budding Entrepreneurs

September 12, 2015     Times Free Press     News

Plenty of people have business ideas, but few know how to put them into practice. Launch, a Chattanooga-based nonprofit organization, can help. "Specifically, we're looking at underserved communities where there aren't the same amount of resources and access to some of the support for entrepreneurs as there are in other parts of the city," said Hal Bowling, Launch's executive director. Fostering…
9 Sep

The Leap

September 9, 2015     News

In our second installment of The Leap, which explores startups and entrepreneurship in our community, our host, James Chapman talks to the team at LAUNCH, an organization that provides business classes, resources and support to entrepreneurs in Chattanooga’s underserved neighborhoods. Watch the video at
24 Jun

Launch Kinect gives young entrepreneurs their start

June 24, 2015     Times Free Press     News

"Even though school is long out of session, 25 students from Howard High School, Brainerd High School, Tyner Academy and Chattanooga Girls Leadership Academy found themselves at the Chattanooga Library early in the morning.They were participating in Launch Kinect, a program that helps students in Chattanooga fulfill their dreams of becoming entrepreneurs, said Derelle Roshell, high school…
15 Jun
LAUNCH Chattanooga kicked off its first annual summer camp Monday. LAUNCH Kinect promises to be a week of fun, entrepreneurship and networking for the city’s teens. 25 students from Howard, Brainerd, and Tyner get the tools and connections to develop and grow a business. Read the full story at