Indianapolis-based product development firm Glassboard has named Grant Chapman chief executive officer, while also touting company growth over the past year. The company helps clients design, develop and build prototypes of a variety of products.
Glassboard moved to 16 Tech Innovation District on the near westside of downtown Indianapolis about a year ago. The company says since relocating to the Machyne Makerspace at 16 Tech, revenues and staffing levels have doubled.
Chapman, who has been with the company since it was founded in 2019, is excited about the potential.
“Over the last few years our team has been able to work on some amazing products with our partners, but I know this is just the beginning. With our move to 16 Tech, the growth of our team, and the new relationships we are forming, I can’t wait to share with the community what our team has been up to and the products we are putting out into the world, ” said Grant.
Machyne Makerspace offers a variety of high-tech tools to help entrepreneurs develop products, including 3D printing, laser cutting, design software, among others.
Glassboard has grown to 15 full time employees, and it says it is looking for designers and engineers to join the organization.