Applications accepted for city's Catapult Small Business program
July 16, 2019
Applications are being accepted to enroll in Catapult, an Urban Redevelopment Authority funded 12-month business incubation program.
This will be the second cohort of Catapult: Startup to Storefront, which is a competitive program open to only 10 entrepreneurs citywide. The free program includes one-on-one mentoring sessions, educational seminars and strategic partnerships to help start-up businesses succeed. Retail, food and lifestyle businesses are preferred.
The new round of applications was announced at the URA’s monthly board meeting.
The program will start on September 9 and classes will be held at the Gallery on Penn, 5935 Penn Avenue, East Liberty. For questions or assistance in filling out the application, call Circles Greater Pittsburgh at 412-623-9596.
The first Catapult cohort graduated in January. Businesses included: 360 Cafe LLC; Kin of Duncan; Naptural Beauty Supply; CobblerWorld; IMIHI; NQBikeRide; TLC Libations; Cultural Oasis; PBI Professional Barber Institute; WearAbility; Talk Over Tea by DBR; and, Mortar and Pestle Catering.