Divergent Aerospace Featured on the Sunday Business Page

FlightCog Featured on the Sunday Business Page

Nicholas Schvabenitz, Founder and CEO of FlightCog (formerly known as Divergent Aerospace), and Matthew Kent, former company COO of Divergent Aerospace, were invited to the KDKA CBS Pittsburgh News Studios to film a segment for the Sunday Business Page. The segment aired on CBS Pittsburgh (KDKA TV) on Sunday, June 2nd, 2019, hosted by Paul Martino.

Matthew Kent and Nicholas Schvabenitz explain why the company relocated it’s national headquarters to the U.S. Steel Tower in Downtown Pittsburgh, why this strategic move was necessary and how the company is now poised for future growth.

In late May 2019 Divergent Aerospace relocated its national headquarters from Dominion Plaza in Downtown Denver, Colorado to the U.S. Steel Tower in Downtown Pittsburgh. For more information on the relocation, please read the Press Release.

Courtesy of CBS Pittsburgh

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