How to get startups started with Alli from Wicked Sheets
Alli Truttmann just celebrated a HUGE milestone for any business: the 10-year anniversary of her company, Wicked Sheets. According to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, about 20% of businesses fail in their 1st year, about 50% of small businesses fail by their 5th year, and only 30% survive over 10. And, things are really starting to heat up now with her upcoming appearance in front of an audience of 96 million on QVC!

Learn how Alli got her funding to get started, what it takes to be an entrepreneur, and what she would have done differently.
Metro Startup Launcher and 1804’s Onward
Check out the latest edition of 1804’s Onward with Raechelle Gray and Alan Grosheider. Learn how Metro Startup Launcher is working to make “micro-angel” investing a reality in the Louisville area. How will this accelerate startups in our area? How will this help angel investors make more money?
Cuddle Clones is Moving!
Don't worry, they're not moving to another city, they've just outgrown their office space.  Cuddle Clones is moving to its new home in June and is looking for a new tenant for their current office space. The address is 624 W. Main St. 3rd Floor, Louisville, KY 40202. It is located on Main St. between 6th and 7th on the south side of the street next to Morton’s. It's the entire 3rd floor – there is some open space as well as a few offices and a conference room. If you're interested or you know anyone who may be interested...
Visit Metro Startup Launcher's Investment Page
Our first two companies are raising capital by utilizing the Regulation D 506(c) exemption (accredited investors only). We'll also have up to 4 companies running Regulation CF equity crowdfunding capital raises in the very near future. The Reg. CF raises will allow anyone to invest, accredited or non-accredited. 
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