New LaunchBox lending library and more resources for startups



Ready for a summer read to help move your startup idea forward?

The Berks LaunchBox got a gift from Barnes & Noble to equip its shelves with a free lending library open to the Berks County community. The books cover topics that help entrepreneurs learn key information about testing the viability of an idea for starting or running a business. There are also “how-to” books for manufacturers and hobbyists looking for inspiration for home and hobby projects that can be done in our Makerspace.

Check out our full list of books and you can contact Michelle Hnath to borrow or review a book at the LaunchBox, located at the GoggleWorks Center for the Arts.

Berks LaunchBox’s mission is to be the “hub” that connects local entrepreneurs with the support, resources and facilities they need to build a sustainable and scalable business with a viable growth plan.

Have a business idea, but don’t know where to start?
Do you need help creating a pitch, an MVP or a prototype? Are you looking for legal resources? We can help! Please contact Berks LaunchBox to schedule a video call or meeting to FREE assistance. Visit our website for more information.

The Berks LaunchBox now supports nine coworking companies which are scalable early stage startups in need of office space, prototyping equipment, legal support, meeting space, community connections, mentoring and networking! Some work virtually, others in person, but all use various resources from the Berks LaunchBox as they transform and grow. They get one year of free, in-person office space, so spaces can open up for new startups each year. Do you have a startup idea and need help getting started? Contact us!



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