Launch Fishers Hosts Pitch Session

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The 52,000 square-foot facility has more than 600 members. The 52,000 square-foot facility has more than 600 members.

Launch Fishers today held a pitch session designed to connect members and allow them to share services and resources. The 60-second pitches featured companies in industries ranging from graphic design and web development to education and real estate. Founder John Wechsler says the coworking space hosts the event a few times each year to make sure companies know the resources available to them from other members.

Indianapolis-based Highgarden Real Estate Associate Broker Toby Smith was among those who pitched. She tells Inside INdiana Business the event is not only an opportunity for her to connect with companies that have recruits looking for somewhere to live, but a chance to speak with tech companies that can help her improve her business practices.

The 52,000 square-foot facility has more than 600 members. The next pitch session is expected this summer.

The pitching companies and organizations included:

  • Fuel VM
  • Offprem
  • Web Porch
  • Heinzmann Law
  • Ball State University
  • Jobvite
  • Highgarden Real Estate
  • Gravity Drive
  • University Learning Centers
  • Passageways
  • Rapsodo
  • Top Rank IT
Smith says Launch Fishers has been a key resource for her.
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