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The Mantle Team

622 Duling Ave
Jackson, MS, 39216

Mantle is an office and a community. A place where ideas are collaborated upon, built, and spit shined. Whether you are coworking independently in our space or as one of our incubator companies, Mantle is a fun, free flowing, technologically synced workplace that is perfect for startup companies. Come for the affordable office, stay for the invaluable community! You can also check in with the Mantle team for all types of startup help, whether its business development, legal assistance, or design inspiration. Come grow at Mantle.



4:00 PM16:00

Ladies Night

Lean In Takes Over Mantle for FFT

Mantle is excited to have Lean In Mississippi take over Mantle for Fondren's First Thursday on September 1, 2016. Lean In will feature four women entrepreneurs for Startup Happy Hour where anyone can come have a beer, a popsicle, and learn how these Mississippi women are leaning in to the future.

Lean In Mississippi is a women’s professional group inspired by Sheryl Sandberg’s book Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead. Lean In's mission is to help women in Mississippi advance their careers by providing a forum for the exchange of ideas and information. "We know that Mississippi is a tough place to be a woman in the workforce – and in order to drive change, we need to work together to encourage more women to step into larger roles to help shape the future of our communities and our state," says Kate McNeel, a founder of Lean In.

The Four Featured Women Entrepreneurs taking the spotlight on Thursday evening are:

  • Dawn Dugle is a former journalist turned Business Storytelling Consultant and Trainer. She is the CEO of Dugle Media and works with Fortune 500 companies, non-profits and even state agencies around the country. Dawn trains her clients how to tell their business' story.
  • Talamieka Brice is a visual storyteller and CEO of Brice Media. She is the only graphic designer in Mississippi to be featured in Graphic Design USA in that magazine’s 50-year history. Brice Media is also a certified woman-owned business in the state of Mississippi.
  • Hollidae Morrison wants to save the planet, one recycled plastic bottle at a time. She knows when it comes to being eco-friendly, some people feel it’s a little too big a task. That’s why she founded Easily Eco, a platform to show “daily conservation made easy”.
  • Emily Caraway is using her entrepreneurial spirit as an independent fashion consultant with LuLaRoe – a woman-owned company founded to help other women become financially independent.  

So, no matter your gender, come Lean In to the future at Mantle this Thursday!

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10:00 AM10:00

Scouted: A New Editor for TSG-Jxn.


There is no better way to celebrate TSG’s new Jackson Editor and its local businesses than with pops & bubbles!! We are thrilled to invite all of TSG startup businesses and established companies to join Mantle + The Scout Guide on August 4th for our Startup Happy Hour! Learn about all things local at our meet and greet with editor Caroline King from 5:00-7:00. Fondren Cellars teams up for Startup Happy Hour to pair the wines of summer with unique pops from Fondren vendor Pop Culture. All Jacksonians and others are welcome on August 4th to meet the best of local businesses as well.


For more information about The Scout Guide Jackson, visit To request a copy of the guide, visit Mantle or email


This is why we love TSG: because great minds think alike! Check out these businesses, and read more about them here.

Blithe & Vine + CAET + Walkers Drive-In + Cups + Fondren Cellars + La Brioche 

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5:00 PM17:00

Launch Party

Photo by adamfischerphotography/iStock / Getty Images

Come join us as we ring in the launch of Mantle Co.working at Duling School in Fondren. We will be offering food, beverages, music, and tours of our new and improved space! Members and non-members alike can come celebrate with the Mantle Team on the beginning of our new era. So, put us on your calendar, and come by and see us at 622 Duling Avenue, above Babalu.


(Starting at 10am)

Blue Delta Blue Jeans (Oxford) will be fitting custom jeans for men and women starting at 10am and going until y’all stop wanting new jeans!

S.O. Terec (Jackson) a socially conscience t-shirt company (and soon to be jewelry) will be offering their latest line of t’s for sale in our co.working room.


(Starting at 4pm)

Yalobusha Brewing Company (Water Valley) will be talking about several of their brews which we will have on tap in our living room.

Pop Culture Popsicles (Fondren) will have free pops in our slide-top freezer, including one flavor specially made for Mantle.

Coffee will be brewing, of course.


(Starting at 5:45pm)

The Honorable Delbert Hosemann will be talking about entrepreneurship and startups in Mississippi and how his office has been working to grease the tracks for founders and startups.

(Directly following)

Jeff Good will be discussing why Jackson is a great town for starting a new business and problems/solutions for small business founders.


(Catch more on these talented ladies: here)

Anne Bryant - Photographer (

Ginger Williams Cook - Painter, mixed media (

Chavanne McDonald - Painter (


(Starting at 4:45 and c. 7pm)

Duck Holmes: Blues before and after the happy hour speakers in the Living Room.

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10:00 AM10:00

Blue Delta Jeans Visits Mantle.

Go Bespoke.

Oxford, Mississippi all-american jean company Delta Blue Jeans is visiting Jackson for Fondren's First Thursday - April as part of Mantle's Launch Party. The custom jean company will be fitting bespoke jeans at Mantle starting at 10am Thursday, April 7th in the lounge based conference room at Mantle. Stop in all day to grab a coffee, popsicle or beer while you check out the place and get a slick or sexy new pair of jeans from a great Mississippi company. 

Visit to learn more.

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10:00 AM10:00

S.O. Terec Hawks Good Will T's on Thursday

Look good, Feel good.

Socially conscience t-shirt company S.O. Terec shared some thoughts on starting a small business in Mississippi leading up to their show at Mantle's launch party this Thursday. S.O.T. will have a large selection of their t's for purchase - each purchase also makes a donation to the Mississippi Food Network.

Learn more:

In a few sentences describe your company (including the founders), where you are in the startup cycle? Do you have any interesting stats about your company/product/etc. that you would like to share? 

We started with t-shirts and are in the process of offering jewelry; we use an eye catching symbol to represent support of neighbors here in our state. We are in the fourth year of business and through our efforts have been able to provide tens of thousands of meals to hungry Mississippians via the Mississippi Food Network. 

How did you choose Mississippi and where you chose to root as a business?

Mississippi was the inspiration for the company's mission. When I came back to Mississippi this was part of my rooting down at home. 

What were some things in starting your company in Mississippi that made business life easier? 

The incredible support of the State's good-hearted people. This is a movement larger than a single, social enterprise. We as consumers have the ability to influence the way goods and services are offered by being conscious of how you elect to spend your dollars. 

What is one thing about working in Mississippi that you would tell someone who is on the fence about starting up in Mississippi vs another state?  

We have incredibly gifted creative minds here, MS is a business friendly environment, and of course the quality of life for the price is hard to beat. 
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