LaunchPoint announced earlier this week the inauguration of its new, state-of-the-art corporate headquarters in Goleta, California. LaunchPoint is an aerospace electric power generation company that aims to apply their technologies to an array of advanced electric aerospace applications.

Nestled amidst Goleta’s thriving tech and engineering hub, and in close proximity to the University of California, Santa Barbara, the expanded corporate headquarters was built to meet the growing demands of LaunchPoint’s expanding customer base. The new HQ is outfitted with cutting-edge engineering, manufacturing, and testing spaces, and the facility serves as an incubator for both the defense and commercial sectors.

In harmony with LaunchPoint’s customer-centric philosophy, advanced manufacturing units have been integrated to facilitate swift order fulfillment while maintaining product quality.

Rob Reali, CEO of LaunchPoint, reflected on the company’s remarkable journey, “Our evolution from humble beginnings to our current stature as a pivotal player in the aerospace domain has been an incredible voyage. This expansion underscores our ceaseless commitment to delivering top-tier aerospace solutions, bolstered by enhanced testing and manufacturing capabilities. We take immense pride in our achievements, from fostering local job opportunities to securing substantial contracts with tier one customers. It’s a testament to the dedication and hard work of our exceptional team.”

The growth trajectory of LaunchPoint has been considerable with their workforce more than tripling since its spin-off from LaunchPoint Technologies in 2020. The new headquarters accommodates the existing talent pool and also lays the foundation for further workforce expansion.

With a keen eye on the horizon, LaunchPoint is actively seeking to onboard a significant number of technical and manufacturing professionals, coinciding with the escalating demand of both government and commercial programs that are set to soar in 2024.

Why it’s important: LaunchPoint’s technology stands to benefit the aerospace industry, including aerial mobility and manned aircraft solutions. Their increased headquarters’ footprint should allow the company to better serve customers and continue their work in the research and development space.

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Posted by Naish Gaubatz