LAUNCHHOUSE CREATES NEWSPAPER SHOWCASING ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN CLEVELAND
LaunchHouse, a coworking community where “businesses and people come to grow”, is releasing Launch Life, a quirky newspaper showcasing entrepreneurship in Cleveland. The eight-page paper features local entrepreneurs from the members of LaunchHouse to local food startup Crunchy Kitchen.
The quarterly publication’s first theme is about life and death in entrepreneurship. “It used to be that we didn’t embrace failure in Cleveland; 10 years ago founders would fail at a startup and wouldn’t show their face again. But now we are changing the conversation by embracing failure and the lesson from it. Fail fast and move forward,” said Todd Goldstein, LaunchHouse’s CEO, and co-founder.
At LaunchHouse people are surrounded by entrepreneurs who decide to “just go for it” and turn their own ideas and dreams into reality. Launch Life is dedicated to all of the entrepreneurs and anyone who believes in passionately following their dreams and bringing them to life.
The first edition of Launch Life debuts at Sweet Moses on Tuesday, August 15. LaunchHouse is a dedicated coworking hub at Sweet Moses for the day as a part of Jumpstart’s Startup Scaleup. Anyone who would like to grab a copy should be in attendance at 10 AM. Additionally, Launch Life can be found in local Cleveland businesses or read it here: LaunchLifeWeb.
LaunchHouse is a coworking community where businesses and people come to grow. We are entrepreneurs, freelancers, startups, solopreneurs, designers, consultants, and anyone who doesn’t fit into a neat corporate box. LaunchHouse is the place for people to engage with and learn from one another while developing their businesses. Find out more information at www.launchhouse.com