Amplify Indy, COFFE, and Collaborate 317 Launch Non-Profit Incubator
Collaborate 317, a 25,000 square foot co-working space with a business development platform, Amplify Indy, a marketing and event experience company, and non-profit COFFE, Community Outreach for Financial Education, just announced that they are launching the Amplify Hope Program; an incubator for emerging non-profits offering up to $240,000 in office space, training, and other crucial resources.
Explaining their donation of 50 annual memberships, Collaborate 317 founder Bruce Ford said, “We helped launch the Hope Center Indy out of our facility and, based on that success, our team is committed to helping others do the same.”
“Organizations involved in the program will not only have access to the real estate,” said Josh Bach, Collaborate 317 founder and CEO, “but will also be assigned to mastermind sessions, accountability groups, and business development training from some of the top experts in the Indianapolis area.”
“Many non-profits fail to reach their potential simply because they do not have a strong support system in place, and that support system is exactly what we are providing.” said Harrison Painter, founder of Amplify Indy.
To apply for this program or if you would like to learn more about the Amplify Hope Program at Collaborate 317 please visit our website at http://collaborate317.com.
You can learn more about what inspired this program from Harrison Painter, the founder of Amplify Indy, in the video below.
Harrison Painter is the Founder/CEO of Amplify Indy and serves as Marketing/Communication Committee Chairman to non-profit COFFE (Community Outreach for Financial Education). He is a U.S. Navy veteran and Google Certified marketing professional who has had two of his marketing companies acquired, one privately and one publicly.