Scoutmob co-founder Michael Tavani has been quite busy since his recent breakup with the local deals company.
On Wednesday, he launched a new co-working space and business incubator focused on consumer brands and design-oriented startups, according to Creative Loafing. In the works for more than a year, Beltline & Co. will open its doors within a few months at Ponce City Market. The new company will focus on consumer-facing ideas and aims to help its companies develop into well-known brands.
Tavani hopes to bring together Atlanta’s most talented designers and entrepreneurs in an effort to better local consumer brands.