Does Louisville have what it takes to support start-ups?

Louisville at nightRed e App is partnering with Insider Louisville and the Louisville Digital Association for a May meet-up where we will be discussing “Does Louisville have what it takes to support startups?”

So far, the panel of speakers includes:

  • Hunter Hammonds, CEO Co-Founder @ Impulcity
  • Jonathan Erwin, CEO/Founder Red e App
  • Wright Steenrod, Partner at Chrysalis Ventures
  • Katie Bush, Founder & Creative Director, KBD

Some of the topics covered will include whether entrepreneurs in tech can find angel funding, venture capital, engineering talent and other necessary resources to launch? And also whether these companies can grow and thrive in Louisville without having to bow to outside investors and be swept away? Some say yes to all of the above, others no, still others aren’t sure.

Join us on May 18 from 4:30 p.m-8:30 p.m. at Red e App located at 216 S. Shelby St. We will have a cash bar and light refreshments. Please register for the event here.


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