Incubator Competition Heats Up in Atlanta


In recent months, we’ve talked a lot of start-ups in the Atlanta market and the incubator spaces popping up around town with the purpose of providing collaborative and flexible space for these new companies to learn and grow. Hypepotamus, one of these incubators, has announced that they will be closing their doors for good this summer. Because of the increasing number of incubators starting across the city, Hypepotamus decided against renewing their 3,000 SF lease at the Biltmore Hotel. When asked about the decision to close its doors, Hypepotamus co-founder Ashish Mistry said that there are “plenty of other great venues to reside in” and that now Hypepotamus will “focus on telling startup stories in greater detail.” Hypepotamus will continue to operate its website and chronicle the successes of different start-ups around the city.


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