At their monthly luncheon, Chamber members and their guests enjoyed a delicious lunch catered by Tomato Pie Pizza and learned about the ins and outs of coworking and the benefits of this relatively new phenomenon to our community and to our economy.
Although you are hearing more about coworking, it is still a relatively new concept in Morgan County, so we thought it would be a good idea to learn more about how it works and why it is important for our community to embrace coworking. Martinsville is fortunate to have two coworking spaces up and running now:
The Source – downtown on the square, owned and operated by Daniel Elliott
Launch Martinsville – located in The Main Connection (former school admin building), partnership of Martinsville Chamber and Doug & Paula Molin of Molin Properties
Our presenters were familiar faces to us as they participated in our entrepreneurship panel last year. Thank you to Jason Whitney, Program Manager for Launch Indiana at Launch Fishers, & Tyler Henke, Cofounder of Cowork Btown for giving so generously of their time to join us.
A special shout-out to our door prize donors: Berries & Ivy, Indiana Family Chiropractic Center, Morgan County Farmers’ Market, Showtime Cinema – Mooresville, The Sterling Butterfly, Tomato Pie Pizza Joint and Waldon IT Solutions.
Tyler Henke (left) – Co Founder of Cowork Btown Jason Whitney (right) – Program Manager for Launch Indiana at Launch Fishers
Cragen Road is expected to close permanently at SR 37 this week. Local traffic can access SR 37 at Ennis and Henderson Ford roads to the south. A new access road is under construction connecting New Harmony Road at Cragen Road with Ennis Road at SR 37. https://bit.ly/2Unqaze