Momnt CEO with other CEOcircle Program members

Momnt CEO Joins Bunker Labs and JPMorgan CEOcircle Program

The program will provide 43 military-connected executives with education, networking and mentorship focused on business growth

Momnt CEO Joins Bunker Labs and JPMorgan CEOcircle Program

The program will provide 43 military-connected executives with education, networking and mentorship focused on business growth

Momnt CEO with other CEOcircle Program members
Press Release
Oct 23, 2021
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The program will provide 43 military-connected executives with education, networking and mentorship focused on business growth

NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)— On October 21, 2021, Bunker Labs and JPMorgan Chase Commercial Banking announced the 43 business leaders selected to participate in the inaugural CEOcircle program, a twelve-month training program tailored to help midsize, military-connected companies accelerate growth.

Momnt CEO, Barclay Keith, is thrilled to have been selected for the program and is eager to join other military-connected business owners in the pursuit of accelerated growth.

“I’m very grateful to have been selected for the CEOcircle program alongside other military business leaders. I’m excited to learn from this experience and I believe it will help us continue to grow and further accelerate our mission to become a world-class organization with a culture to match.”

Keith, an Army veteran who spent several years on duty in Afghanistan, is looking forward to joining other military business owners and leaders. The CEOcircle program focuses on helping midsize, military-connected businesses achieve new heights.

The 43 participants were determined through a rigorous evaluation process that weighed historical and projected growth, business strategy, and desire for mentorship. The selected businesses vary in size, with 2021 projected revenue ranging from $1.5 to $105 million and averaging $13.9 million, and represent a diverse array of industries including healthcare, marketing, data and information technology, staffing and recruitment and restaurants.

The twelve-month program provides executives with the opportunity to advance their businesses by participating in quarterly in-person fly-in forums, monthly peer-to-peer networking meetings, and a ten-week mentorship program with JPMorgan Chase. The first fly-in forum will be held on November 2 in Washington, D.C. with speakers including Jamie Dimon, Chairman & CEO of JPMorgan Chase & Co.

“JPMorgan Chase has been a critical supporter of Bunker Labs since our founding, and has made impactful investments in the veteran and military family community. We’re proud to expand our partnership to include support for growth-stage entrepreneurs with our CEOcircle program,” said Blake Hogan, CEO of Bunker Labs.

Since its founding in 2014, Bunker Labs and JPMorgan Chase have fostered an enduring relationship through their shared goal of empowering veteran-owned businesses. Together, they seek new ways to support veteran entrepreneurs and help them overcome systemic obstacles to business and professional growth. In 2019, JPMorgan Chase committed $3 million to help Bunker Labs establish chapters in all 50 states, and in 2016 committed $1.5 million to sponsor the Bunker Builds America tour.

Since establishing the Office of Military and Veterans Affairs in 2011, JPMorgan Chase has hired more than 16,000 veterans and facilitated more than 680,000 veteran hires through the Veteran Jobs Mission coalition. The firm has also committed more than $8 million to support veteran-owned small businesses, donated more than 1,000 mortgage-free homes to military families, and enrolled nearly 30,000 veterans and military spouses in the Onward to Opportunity program. This fantastic program offers free career training, certification, and employment courses. It’s operated through the Institute for Veterans, and Military Families at Syracuse University co-founded and supported by JPMorgan Chase.

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About Bunker Labs

Bunker Labs is a national 501(c)3 nonprofit organization with the mission of ensuring that the military- connected community has the network, tools, and opportunities they need to start successful ventures. We accomplish our mission by inspiring members of the military community to see their entrepreneurial potential. We equip our program participants with practical tools, insights, experts, and resources to accelerate their success, and we connect entrepreneurs with a robust community and diverse, relevant networks.

About JPMorgan Chase Commercial Banking

JPMorgan Chase Commercial Banking is a business of JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE:JPM), a leading global financial services firm with assets of $3.8 trillion and operations worldwide. Through its Middle Market Banking & Specialized Industries, Corporate Client Banking & Specialized Industries and Commercial Real Estate businesses, Commercial Banking serves emerging startups to midsize businesses and large corporations as well as government entities, not-for-profit organizations, and commercial real estate investors, developers and owners. Clients are supported through every stage of growth with specialized industry expertise and tailored financial solutions including credit and financing, treasury and payment services, international banking and more. Information about JPMorgan Chase Commercial Banking is available at

About Momnt  

Momnt powers modern lending solutions for businesses to provide affordable, low-friction financing to their customers at the point of need – all funded by trusted lending partners. Its API-based platform leverages alternative data sources and ML/AI-informed decisioning to present real-time loan offers fit to each individual borrower, all done within the banking industry’s current regulatory infrastructure. Visit for more information and career opportunities or follow @momnt.

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