Chance Meetings Monday, April 2nd, 5-7pm The Rose (50 W Broadway)

ometimes all you need is the right connection and a little inspiration. Well, what are you waiting for? Come find both at our monthly networking event. You never know...

Theme: After the Launch

“The critical ingredient is getting off your butt and doing something. It’s as simple as that. A lot of people have ideas, but there are few who decide to do something about them now. Not tomorrow. Not next week. But today.
The true entrepreneur is a doer, not a dreamer.”  
– Nolan Bushnell, Entrepreneur

We often hear about companies that are launching, and we hear about companies that have sold. But what happens in between? What happens after the launch? There are many successful entrepreneurs in the Teton region, and we wanted to hear what they have been up to. What has happened in the days, weeks, months and years after they designed their website and open their doors?

We’ve asked Aiden Doane of Rex Specs, Brian Modena of TIMBR Creative Agency, and Andi Keenan of Penny Lane Cooperative to share their business journeys with us. They will be on our panel of business owners for “After the Launch”.

About Our Panelists:

Aiden Doane, CEO of Rex Specs (
Aiden founded Rex Specs in 2015 with her husband Jesse. Her background is in small business management, nonprofit development and accounting. She is a graduate of the Colorado College (2006) and the Leeds School of Business (2013) where she focused on operations and product development strategy. Aiden thrives on the fast pace startup phase and enjoys the creativity and analysis required to strategically grow an idea to a brand. 

Brian Modena, TMBR Creative Agency (
Brian Modena moved to Jackson in 2004 for one winter. 14 years later, he has founded the successful creatives agency TMBR.  He is a new father, an avid fisherman, and a Travel & Tourism Board member. In 2017, he became the co-owner of Buckrail, a “fast, free, online news aggregator.”

Andi Kennan, Penny Lane Cooperative (
Andi Keenan has a degree in retail management from Purdue University. She moved to Jackson in 2004 and opened Penny Lane Cooperative in 2016. The concept store is focused on affordable women’s apparel and local art. Andi is passionate about serving her community, spending time with friends and family, being active at her church, getting outdoors, and loving her life in Jackson.

Our Chance Meetings are open and FREE mixers for bright minds to connect in Jackson. Launching a business or looking to invest? Looking to work with great people? Have an idea or a challenge? Wanting to collaborate or find a mentor? Come to next week's Chance Meeting to network and learn more about your peers in Jackson's entrepreneurial ecosystem.

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