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When I accepted Freeman’s offer to join the Launcht team as an intern back in February, I had little idea what I was getting myself into. I was familiar with crowdfunding — mainly, I will admit, with the big third-party … Continue reading →
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In order to join 50 mentors, 30 funds, over 100 potential funders, and scores of partners and supporters this summer, 14 entrepreneurs must secure the funds to attend the Unreasonable Institute. With the sure-footed support of our friends at Launcht, we’ve launched the custom built Unreasonable Marketplace to help our entrepreneurs succeed!
The Millennial Trains Project is a series of transcontinental train journeys that empower highly motivated Millennials to explore examples of economic opportunity, engage local communities, and co-create new approaches to tackling major challenges facing the United States.
The mission of Hispanics in Philanthropy (HIP) is to strengthen Latino communities by increasing resources for the Latino and Latin American civil sector; increasing Latino participation and leadership throughout the field of philanthropy; and fostering policy change to enhance equity and inclusiveness. HIP came to Launcht to build them a fully custom dual language site for to help them further the reach of their mission.
CrowdFranchise is a two-part online solution to opening a new business: it gives you, your friends, and your neighbors the ability to decide on the right business to open, and later helps with the additional tools to build, hire, monitor, and manage that franchise as a community.
Entrepreneurs hailing from East Africa tackling some of the most pressing social and environmental challenges we face for example in health care, sanitation and poverty alleviation – they are the Unreasonable entrepreneurs working to define progress in our time.
J-Kick is the crowdfunding platform for Washington State’s Jewish community, where you can learn about exciting and innovative new projects and choose to get involved by helping to fund them. The Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle is operating J-Kick as a service to the community.