CEO and founder of Hook Security Zachary Eikenberry is highlighted in Forbes about having a holistic approach to company success.
Graduate Kitchen Member, Jennifer Smurr, comments on Born and Bread’s journey as a startup to her recent feature on Forbes Next 1000!
After hurricanes, pandemics and construction, Catapult is ready to bring Lakeland to next-level innovation- NEWS
Check out Tampa Bay Business Journal’s feature on Catapult in their most recent issue highlighting the city of Lakeland and its growth.
Check out the Maker Space Members who were featured in the Lakeland Ledger!
Krazy Kombucha opens the doors of their brick and mortar in Lakeland, Florida.
NextNav, a Sillicon Valley tech company taking geolocation vertical, is becoming public and has unique ties to entrepreneurs here in Lakeland, FL.
What exactly is a Maker Space? Great question, in fact, most people don’t fully understand what a maker space is, so you are not alone! A Maker Space in its simplest form is a place that provides access to equipment for people to come in and make things.
Grit Rambusch, owner of Crumbles and Cream started their business in the Catapult Kitchen Incubator and recently transitioned into their own brick and mortar store selling coffee and pastries.
Entrepreneurs from drones to plants to kombucha were awarded $37,500 in funding to grow their business! Read this year’s Pitch Night recap here!
ABC Action News featured the Launch micro grant funding program that helps local startups scale in a video segment. Watch it here!
Catapult Kitchen Incubator launched a new program to help food businesses improve their online presence.
Want to grow your business but not ready to hire another full-time employee? There are college students looking to gain experience as interns in Lakeland.