Announcing our first crowdfunding campaign at www.LetsLaunch.com


LetsLaunch is an online crowdfunding platform that provides people with access to investment opportunities in promising privately-owned businesses. Previously, these opportunities were reserved for wealthy and well-connected “accredited” investors. LetsLaunch allows site users to participate with minimum investments as low as $250. LetsLaunch’s users provide the funding new businesses and startups need to thrive.


Creative Houston was founded to help Houston grow its creative economy and compete for the best creative talent in the world. Our web site is a news publication with a directory covering the city’s creative enterprises and resources. Our publication targets non-resident artists, creative professionals, and entrepreneurs who may visit or relocate to Houston.

 

Please visit www.LetsLaunch.com to

  • learn how it works
  • invest $250 or more
  • enable Creative Houston to succeed.

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