Big Leap is expanding from its American Fork location to open a second location in downtown Salt Lake City. The office space is located at Church & State, a non profit community-managed entrepreneurship center.
From new employees to new clients, Big Leap has doubled in size in the last fiscal year. The agency works with a large range of clients and is fully immersed in the Utah startup community.
“After meeting with the board members of Church & State and seeing their vision for helping startups and entrepreneurs, there was no question that we wanted to be involved,” said Big Leap CEO, Bryan Phelps. “Opening our Salt Lake City office within their unique facility allows us to continue serve our Salt Lake clients, and help entrepreneurs plan their online strategy as they launch their products and companies.”
The Church & State mission is to provide startups and entrepreneurs with the resources necessary to build a successful business. These resources include office and co-working space, training workshops, and mentorship opportunities. These resources are free to qualified entrepreneurs with no strings attached, thanks to their unique debt- and liability-free incubator model.
“Church & State was started with the goal of eliminating barriers entry for entrepreneurs,” said Garrett Clark, director of Church & State. “Our vision is to create an open ecosystem where knowledge and experience are shared among entrepreneurs, mentors and industry leaders. We recognized Big Leap as a leader in the online marketing community and are thrilled to have them in Church & State.”
“We are extremely excited to partner with Church & State to help educate and serve Utah entrepreneurs,” said Phelps.