After going through the program in 2018, Vita Inclinata experienced a lot of success and decided to purchase AeroInnovate to help others, said Caleb Carr, Vita’s president and CEO. No purchase price was given.
“It is Vita’s belief that by empowering AeroInnovate to continue its mission out of Vita’s headquarters, we can ensure the next generation of aerospace entrepreneurs have the resources and the network to be able to thrive, save lives and provide technologies to the modern warfighter,” he said.
Headquartered in Denver, Vita Inclinata develops innovative hardware solutions for daily safety problems in aerospace, construction and other dangerous industries.
With 11 years of successful coaching and business development, AeroInnovate has spurred many innovations, pushing the industry forward and enabling young companies to scale and bring new products to market.
“Like the startups we work with, AeroInnovate needs to grow and evolve in order to remain relevant. This new environment is a place where AeroInnovate will have the resources to do exactly that,” said Teresa Murray, managing director for AeroInnovate.