The Origin of New Frontiers

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The future is not set.

At Hoberman Rockets, we define what’s to come with brands leveraging codeless architecture.


There’s Uncharted Territory Ahead

Learn about our mission to fearlessly change the world with technology.

Our Purpose

As automobiles expanded our community size, airplanes expanded our global reach, Hoberman Rockets incubate digital solutions that expands the art of the possible in industries that have been held back by their lack of digital capabilities.

Our Focus

Build and launch rockets that take on the status quo in industries that can improve our world, but have been limited by the excuses of the past. Starting with Health Care, Diversity and Inclusion, Legal, and Technology.

Our Mission

At Hoberman Rockets, we disrupt analog industries by launching physics defying rockets (startups) that leveraging Codeless Architecture.

The Why

Architects of Lightweight Rockets

We created this program to quickly and efficiently launch companies, without the added burden of bureaucracy and red tape.

Our rockets are built using Unqork and are compliant out of the box, with recognized industry standards including SOC2, Privacy Shield, GDPR, FedRamp, HIPPA, WORM and ISO. They are lightweight, fuel-efficient, and designed for speed.


The Space Crew

Discover the individuals who are the driving force behind the mission.

David Sullivan, CEO

David Sullivan was most recently the Chief Operating Officer of Unqork, the first No Code Enterprise level software development platform, and focused on the operations of the company including risk management, financial, human resource, legal and procurement / vendor management, strategy and funding.

David has a background in corporate, consultative and startup companies managing and executing transformation for over 20 years. Prior to Unqork, he was VP of Global Planning & Effectiveness at Metlife, managing a global software development portfolio of over $1B. Prior to Metlife, he held roles at Citigroup, Parson Consulting and multiple startups.

He has an Engineering degree from Clemson University and an MBA in Finance from Seton Hall University.

Gary Hoberman, Founder

Gary Hoberman is an experienced technology CEO and entrepreneur with over 25 years of experience in the industry. In 2017, he founded Unqork, a no-code platform that allows organizations to build custom software faster, with higher quality and lower costs than code-based methods. Unqork’s clients include global industry leaders such as Goldman Sachs, Marsh, Liberty Mutual, and Maimonides Medical Center. The company received a $2B valuation in 2020 after its Series C financing.

Gary has received several awards and recognition for his work with Unqork, including being named a New York Entrepreneur of the Year by EY and one of Goldman Sachs’ 100 Most Intriguing Entrepreneurs. Prior to founding Unqork, Gary served as Executive Vice President and Global CIO for MetLife and held a managing director position at Citi. He also holds seven patents, six of which are still in use in the finance industry.

Gary is a member of several organizations dedicated to philanthropy and community service. He is a member of the HERE to HERE Business Council and the Society of Fellows at the Aspen Institute. He has also served on the Advisory Board for PLAY ON, a concert series that raised money for Why Hunger and the NAACP Legal Defense Fund. In 2021, he joined the Board of Directors for The Shed, a cultural institution in NYC’s Hudson Yards.

Houston, Let’s Launch Into the Rockets

Here we take on bold initiatives setting to expand the possible.

The journey of a rocket starts with a creative spark or an innovative idea. The following are the key stages that guide us from the inception of an idea to its successful implementation and launch.


A Place to Submit Your Rocket

We’re interested in your idea. Let’s find out if we can expand horizons together.

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