September 12, 2015 | TimesFreePress.com | Mitra Malek/David Fletcher
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 teen-, minority- and women-owned would bolster Chattanooga's entrepreneurial sector, Bowling said. "We believe that's what's missing."
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