The last few years have been difficult for many companies, especially startups. The changes in conditions have tested the structure of business operations. With changes to operational systems, the type of funding needed to help a business grow has changed. There is also the need for other resources outside of finances.
Launch House was formed as a platform to assist emerging leaders in business. Helping these leaders grow creates stability in the business community. A strong business community helps to provide resources for consumers and revenue to entrepreneurs.
House Capital started as a Pre-Seed and Seed venture capital firm that provides financial assistance to companies in their beginning stages. The founders of House Capital, Brett Goldstein, Jacob Peters, and Michael Houck, created a community consisting of the founders of other businesses. With the intent to establish a network capable of providing information guidance and funding for new companies. Building a venture arm expands the resources and outlets within the business community.
Every business may go through a period where they may not know the best way to meet the needs of growing demand or how to market themselves for a higher level of exposure. With a $10M debut fund from House Capital, Launch House can work with companies within and outside the community. The benefits of being a member of the Launch House community are unlimited access to digital cohort-based courses, fundraising support, and executive coaching opportunities.
Also, there’s access to co-working clubhouses in key cities. The goal is to create authentic relationships that foster learning and professional development rather than transactional networking opportunities. The two underlying funds of House Capital, the venture partnership, allow for the solicitation of investments from additional accredited LPs. A valuable element in creating a shift towards an ownership-based economy.
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