Hatch, the recently rebranded custom goods ecommerce site, moved its team from Brooklyn to Manhattan after the closure of coworking space 3rd Ward, where they previously were working. It’s part of “a new chapter,” says one cofounder.
The team was only site-less for about a day, said cofounder Anastasia Leng, before Hatch found a new space in Midtown, but the transition happened in the middle of their new product launch and rebranding.
In an email to Technically Brooklyn, she said that so many changes coming at one time gave the company a new perspective: “In some ways though, the move has felt like a fresh start: we got a new office space, new name, and new product all at the same time, so it feels like Hatch has turned the page and started a new chapter. ”
The company is currently running its third Make For Good campaign this year; you pay for makers to create handmade gifts for children in low income communities.
Give a local kid a gift from his or her imagination by sponsoring one of them for $40 here. The campaign will run through Dec. 10th, according to Leng.
You can see kids receiving their handmade gifts last year in the video below:
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