ANN ARBOR — The Annual Collaboration for Entrepreneurship, a venerable Ann Arbor startup tradition holding its 12th annual get-together this year, has put up a new Web site at www.ace-event.org.
The new site contains current information on speakers and the innovative and new “Ask an Expert” program in the “ACE Consulting Corridor.”
The event will be held Jan. 31 at Ann Arbor Skyline High School.
Schedule your visit to the ACE Consulting Corridor for “Ask an Expert.” More than 100 sessions are open to entrepreneurs on a first-come, first-served basis for 20-minute, one-to-one conversations with leading experts in sales, marketing, funding, intellectual property, business start up, entrepreneurship and more.
ACE brings together entrepreneurs, innovators and business leaders from around the Great Lakes region to network, learn and connect. Participants will have an opportunity to attend a variety of exciting panels highlighting lean startups, innovation in urban Michigan and financing strategies; consult 1-on-1 with industry experts; and watch Michigan’s most innovative startups pitch their ventures in an elevator pitch competition.
“The new Web site presents program information, attendees, sponsors, exhibitors and an easy to use registration page,” said Mike Brooks, president of InPore Technologies and a member of the ACE planning group. “At $12 and with the convenience of free parking at Ann Arbor’s new Skyline High School, ACE 12 is a great event for new and experienced entrepreneurs.”
The Web site was developed by Derek Mehraban’s team at Ingenex Digital.
ACE attracted over 900 attendees last year and is becoming the region’s premier entrepreneurial event.