Automation Alley Report Shows Strong Tech Growth In Region Post-RecessionMichigan saw the nation's fastest rate of technology job growth from 2011 to 2012, according to a new report from Automation Alley, southeast Michigan's technology business association.
Survey Reveals Lack Of Qualified Manufacturing WorkersAn Oakland County survey found it's not a lack of jobs that's the problem, but a lack of qualified workers.
Wayne State Breaks Ground On Advanced Technology Education Center In WarrenWayne State University will celebrate the groundbreaking of its new Advanced Technology Education Center At noon Wednesday, July 24, at 14601 E. 12 Mile Road in Warren.
Kremin Inc. Moving To FrankenmuthKremin Inc., a Michigan contract manufacturer, announced last week it would build a new 19,000 square foot plant and headquarters in Frankenmuth, replacing its current quarters in Saginaw.
Automation Alley Invites Employers To Participate In Skills Needs SurveyIn an effort to drive business growth in Southeast Michigan, Automation Alley, Michigan’s largest technology business association, is inviting advanced manufacturing employers to participate in a Skills Needs Assessment Project survey, recently launched by Oakland County.
KVCC Mechatronic Systems Technician Academy Opens in JanuaryKalamazoo Valley Community College’s newest career academy, Mechatronics, is being renamed to better describe the training and type of employment that graduates can expect to attain. The new training program is now called the Mechatronic Systems Technician Academy. This training program will prepare students to perform the work of installing, maintaining, and troubleshooting mechanical and electrical equipment that is controlled by electronic and computer driven components.
New Defense, Tech Biz Incubator Opens In Sterling HeightsA new business incubator in Sterling Heights is ready for tech-based startups to move in.
Dow's Liveris, UM's Coleman Part Of New Manufacturing Tech PushWith manufacturing as important as it is in Michigan, you'd expect the manufacturing technology effort announced by President Barack Obama in Pittsburgh, Pa. Friday to have plenty of Michigan connections. And you'd be right.
Obama's Advanced Manufacturing Partnership Features Michigan TiesWith manufacturing as important as it is in Michigan, you'd expect the manufacturing technology effort announced by President Barack Obama in Pittsburgh, Pa. Friday to have plenty of Michigan connections. And you'd be right.
URC Report: High-Tech Manufacturing Alive And Well In Mich.

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