So it’s Monday, and ugh, the arctic blast is back with a vengeance. Supposed to get colder every day this week until finally bouncing back into the 30s on Saturday, and you know it’s bad when you’re actually excited about the 30s. Will this madness never end? Well, take heart. Spring will arrive — and so will your tech news from me, as long as I have anything to say about it!
The Macomb-OU INCubator says its clients have received nearly $78,000 in recent awards from the Michigan Pre-Seed Microloan fund and the Business Accelerator Fund.
Entrepreneurs looking for a new office for the new year are welcome to check out the Macomb-OU INCubator at Velocity Center, 6633 18 Mile Road in Sterling Heights.
As it nears the end of its 10th year, the Southwest Michigan Innovation Center will sponsor two events in October that highlight a decade of achievement, including an inventive online tour showing to the global bioscience industry what makes SMIC and the region a successful life sciences hub.
Last Wednesday night marked the third installation of The Hatching pitch competition at Beggar’s Banquet in East Lansing.
Area artists Lindsay Nicole and Nick Castillon just completed two large scale murals at the business accelerator Central Michigan University Research Corp.
The Macomb-OU INCubator, a high-tech business incubator run by Oakland University, has several offices for rent at its location at 6633 18 Mile Road in Sterling Heights.
The room was packed at Beggar’s Banquet in East Lansing Wednesday night as four ideas were pitched for the second round of funding for The Hatching. The winner of this month’s event was The Basset Bowl by Joe Rabideau of Eaton Rapids.
The last Wednesday of every month, entrepreneurs and investors are gathering to take part in the newest pitch competition in the Mid-Michigan region.
The next generation of high school entrepreneurs will compete June 21 to win big prizes at the 2013 Teen Entrepreneur Summer Academy Idea Pitch Competition.