Category: Press

Marietta Incubator

Elected Officials, Business Leaders Celebrate Opening of Marietta Incubator

Startup incubator and business accelerator IgniteHQ officially opened its new headquarters on February 28th with a community wide celebration and ribbon cutting. State, city, county and academic officials were on hand to celebrate the occasion. “We’re delighted about the partnership between Cobb County and IgniteHQ,” said Cobb County Commission Chairman Mike Boyce. “We’re looking forward […]

IgniteHQ Announces New Executive Director

Marietta, Ga. (February 6, 2017) — IgniteHQ, north Georgia’s premier business incubator and accelerator, is pleased to announce that Mark Hubbard has been named its new Executive Director, effective today, February 6, 2017. The selection was made after a regional search conducted by a committee assembled by the IgniteHQ Board.   Hubbard joins IgniteHQ from […]

Cobb Chamber of Commerce

The Cobb Chamber Gets a Sneak Peek of the New IgniteHQ

The Cobb Chamber Chairman’s Club got a sneak peek into the new headquarters of IgniteHQ this week.  During an official pre-opening reception, IgniteHQ officers showcased the new facility to dozens of business leaders from Cobb County. “We were pleased to have so many of our community’s leaders see and learn about IgniteHQ,” said IgniteHQ Interim […]

North Georgia Incubator Solidifies Marietta Headquarters

Kennesaw, GA (June 8, 2016) – North Georgia’s premier entrepreneurial incubator IgniteHQ has officially signed a lease to take over the property at 57 Waddell Street, Marietta, GA 30060 for its permanent headquarters. The warehouse facility is located in the heart of downtown Marietta steps from the historic Marietta Square. The property will be officially […]

IgniteHQ Creates Ecosystem for Cobb Startups

Atlanta Business Chronicle, Feb 5, 2016 Georgia’s entrepreneurial ecosystem is booming, sparking new opportunities for inventors and visionaries across the state to launch new, transformative solutions every day. While access to startup resources has steadily increased over the past few years, much of it has been restricted to Atlanta’s urban center — out of reach […]