Our Members Make Moves.
Browse through news articles on Catapult’s impact in the Lakeland community.
Noel Rosa of New Sound Acoustics went from musician to musical instrument entrepreneur.
Sarah and Patrick Mulcahy launched their ice cream sandwich business, A Cow Named Moo, in 2014.
David Young is at the front-end of drone certification and working to stay there.
The Ledger delivers the devastating news that LEDC won’t be able to move forward with Catapult 2.0.
Steve Scruggs, President of the LEDC, gives his personal update on the situation at Catapult 2.0.
Former member, Josh Watson, opens software development company out of Lake Wales, Florida!
Catapult 2.0, Caleb Randall, and Grant Nieddu are featured on Fox 13 News.
Born & Bread Bakehouse receives $9,000 from Lakeland’s Micro-Grants Program.
Check out Fred’s newest book release! Great stories and amazing art!
Exciting news. We have officially closed on the Old Lakeland Cash and Feed Building!
Altrichia Cook’s swimsuit is worn by Nicki Minaj on July’s edition of the Cosmopolitan magazine.
News Channel 8 stopped by Born and Bread to find out what all the hype is about.
Jenn Smurr, owner and founder of Born and Bread, sets up and sells out on opening day.
Everyone’s getting excited about the Catapult 2.0. Check out Bay News 9’s cover of our new space.
Get to know about our dear friends, Patrick and Sarah Mulcahy with A Cow Named Moo!
We are the Judge’s Choice Winner for the Tampa Bay Business Journal’s Coolest Office Spaces!
Patriot Coffee will be debuting their new coffee roast this weekend at the Lakeland Farmer’s Market.
Florida Trend Magazine features The Poor Porker, Black & Brew and many other local favorites.
Check out The Orange Shoelace Project. They encourage us to shop local for the love of Lakeland!
The Lakeland Ledger featured another article about how Catapult has been establishing itself.
Catapult mentor, writes an article on ‘Entrepreneurship in America’ for a local magazine.
One of our entrepreneurs, Kevin O’Brien of Journey Box Media, was featured in the Ledger.
Adrian and Christine Lucas of Sassakala, create hydroponic gardens for the community.
The Poor Porker has just acquired a space in Lakeland to open a boutique and market this fall.
Enoch Elwell, founder of CO.STARTERS, writes on the value of creative starters in a community.