Arielle Clark, a native of Louisville, longed for a sober, safe space for LGBTQ+ people as she went through the growing pains of being a black, queer woman through adolescence and beyond. After quitting a job, she decided to create that space herself and started Sis Got Tea.
By Amplify Louisville, May 14 2021
Buddy Bockweg’s desire to tackle inadequate customer experiences led to the development of not one, but two companies focused on connectivity and service. He says the success of both are a direct result of “surrounding ourselves with incredibly talented people and our willingness to take a risk.”
By Amplify Louisville, April 9 2021
Shannon Fehr put on the first Women in Tech (WIT) conference in 2015 because she was tired of being the only female in the room when going to IT events. Now, in addition to being a wedding planner, she hosts annual tech events with more than 500 women in attendance through her company, RockIT Women.
By Amplify Louisville, March 19 2021
Seun Erinle is an innovator in the tech education and design space and Founder of A.I.R. Labs and Grid Principles. Read our Q&A with Seun to hear about her entrepreneurial journey.
By Amplify Louisville and Queer Kentucky, March 5 2021
Natalia Bishop, founder of Story Louisville and co-founder of Level Up, has joined the state-funded organization as an entrepreneur in residence (EIR)
By Haley Cawthon — Reporter, Louisville Business First, Feb 22, 2021
Read more about the road to entrepreneurship for these law student friends and the biggest challenges and rewards of their journey.
By Taryn Skees for Amplify Louisville — Feb 12, 2021
The executive director of the new state-funded organization talks about its goals moving forward.
By Haley Cawthon – Reporter, Louisville Business First, Aug 28, 2020
LEAP, led by the Louisville Healthcare CEO Council and U of L’s Office of Research and Innovation, will now focus exclusively on startups within the health care industry.
By Haley Cawthon – Reporter, Louisville Business FirstJul 13, 2020