Officials to Cut Ribbon on Co-Working Space

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The Terre Haute Chamber of Commerce will host a ribbon cutting ceremony this afternoon for a collaborative workspace for startup companies and freelance workers. The chamber says Launch Terre Haute is the Wabash Valley's "first and only" co-work space. During an August interview on Inside INdiana Business Television, Downtown Terre Haute Inc. Director Shelley Klingerman said the space helps entrepreneurs take their ideas to the next level.

November 17, 2014

News Release

Terre Haute, Ind. -- Launch Terre Haute would like you to join them to celebrate an open house at their co-work space with a ribbon cutting celebration hosted by the Terre Haute Chamber of Commerce. This celebration will take place Tuesday, November 18 at 4 p.m. at 683 Wabash Ave. in Terre Haute, Indiana. Light refreshments will be available.

Launch Terre Haute is an open and collaborative workspace for freelancers, independents, and start-ups. Their goal is to create and encourage an environment of open collaboration. The main workspace is one open room with desks that can be moved where needed. Additionally, the space has a breakout room for groups looking to brainstorm and collaborate. Launch Terre Haute is the Wabash Valley's first and only co-work space.

About the Chamber

Established in 1913, the Terre Haute Chamber of Commerce has been and always will be, committed to creating a community that is a great place to live, work and do business. Its mission is to preserve, protect and promote a business friendly environment free of obstacles to growth and development.

Source: Terre Haute Chamber of Commerce