Search Results for: Rocket Hatch

Montoya leaves Rocket Hatch, signs-on with Huntsville West Coworking

Huntsville’s Antonia Montoya announced last week that both he and his wife are resigning their roles at Rocket Hatch. The North Alabama entrepreneurial support organization has been the subject of numerous posts on teknovation.biz.  In his email, Montoya said: “I am pleased to announce that I have partnered with Brandon Kruse in Huntsville West

Rocket Hatch holding “Investor Day” on September 10

Rocket Hatch, an organization whose activities have been spotlighted several times on teknovation.biz, is hosting a September “Investor Day” that will feature a number of East Tennesseans. The event includes a “Sip + Hatch After Party.” Announced participants from East Tennessee include Eric Dobson from Angel Capital Group, Kristina Montague

Rocket Hatch announces new partnership with Downtown Huntsville, Inc.

Two Huntsville, AL organizations are partnering to support entrepreneurial activities in the downtown section of the city. Under the agreement, Downtown Huntsville, Inc., whose name defines its mission, will provide pre-paid services for some of the graduates of “CO.STARTERS,” a program that Rocket Hatch has brought to the community. The latter

MindGear Labs and Rocket Hatch partner to win SBA award

We’ve previously discussed the efforts of Antonio Montoya, Co-Founder of Huntsville’s Rocket Hatch. His group teamed with MindGear Labs to win another of the “Growth Accelerator Fund” awards in the inaugural Small Business Administration competition. Their partnerships will use the $50,000 cash prize to assist advanced manufacturing companies in the Tennessee Valley. Here’s

Rocket Hatch launching CO.STARTERS in North Alabama

Just a couple of days before the annual Tennessee Valley Corridor Summit that promotes collaboration across parts of five states comes an announcement of an entrepreneurial collaboration between two cities in the Corridor. Huntsville’s Rocket Hatch organization will be launching the CO.STARTERS program, developed by Chattanooga’s CO.LAB, next month in North