We are proud to offer an environment conducive to both hard work and community. At Catapult, you can close your office door and focus on your business, “get sh*t done,” and cultivate your own company culture. At the same time, as a Catapult community member, you are able to make meaningful connections and gain insights from founders who are scaling just like you. Catapult offers month-to-month or six-month lease options, and companies have up to two years to immerse themselves in the community.
The office space you’re looking for,
the startup community you need
This is the network you need at this stage of your startup growth. With the support of our peer-selected community of founders who know what you’re going through and companies at a similar stage, navigating the highs and lows of your startup just got a whole lot easier.
Actionable and tactical programming for where your company is right now. We offer hands-on mentoring with startups that have been there before, confidential forums with your fellow founders, and topical roundtable discussions to help you tackle your pain points.
WE HELP YOU SUCCEED
OUR SUCCESS STORIES
Why Startup Founders Love Catapult
"Catapult was a great springboard for our entrepreneurial journey. It afforded us a great space in the heart of the city, access to major corporate partners for a variety of services, and most importantly, allowed us to join a community of other great entrepreneurs."
- Raaja Nemani, Bucketfeet
"At Catapult, it is much easier to buckle down and get work done. There are fewer distractions and everyone has their own private space. I also like the fact that the companies are generally further along and in similar company life-stages."
- Mike Doyle, Rent Like A Champion
Catapult current resident
"Catapult is just the right size where you actually build friendships and relationships with the other companies and founders. The Founders Forum is one-of-a-kind - the founders are at a similar stage in Catapult and can share experiences with a reliable, trusted group of peers."