That may sound romantic, but it’s possible here too. So is the prospect of simply finding a way to make a living through brewing beer, building motorcycles or selling record albums. People representing all three of those endeavours were present Thursday during the Chamber’s unveiling of the roughly 3,000-square-foot incubator space. Any help turning those dreams into reality is something that stands to benefit our entire community.
Chamber President David Daugherty said the space should be completed by next spring. Don’t expect this project to be a quick fix to Elkhart County’s economic challenges. The LaunchPad may be starting small, but fostering good ideas and local innovation should always be a part of the big picture.