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This article was published on September 19, 2013

Google acquires SF incubator Hattery’s design team

Google acquires SF incubator Hattery’s design team Image by: Adil Gultekin
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hatteryGoogle has acqui-hired the design team behind Hattery, an incubator, co-working space, and VC firm started by ex-Googlers, Fortune reports.

Most of the staff have joined Google, including Joshua To, who will wear two hats: partner at Hattery and Creative Director focused on Google Apps. Hattery co-founder Luis Arbulu has headed to Samsung’s Open Innovation Center and Josh Mendelsohn will play an advisory role for Hattery’s co-working space, which will live on.

Google buys part of Hattery [Fortune]

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