Covington Looks to Boost Entrepreneurship, Aesthetics at Innovation Alley

The first cohort, or class, kicks off Aug. 18 with nine participants, said Jill Schneider, the MORTAR Covington program manager for RCov, which works to energize the city's urban core through creative place-making, community events and programming, and small-business support. Most of the participants are from Covington and have either launched a new business or have a detailed idea for one. "At the end, we're hoping that these entrepreneurs walk away with not only the tools but also the resources to take their businesses to the next level, whether that's raising capital, opening a pop-up shop or opening retail space," Schneider said.


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