Early Stage Companies
Organizers of the Michigan Growth Capital Symposium Thursday unveiled initial program details for the 32nd annual event.
As host organization for the Adams Entrepreneur Fellowship Program, Automation Alley, Michigan’s largest technology business association, is once again encouraging recent college and university graduates to apply for a chance to be matched with a growing early-stage company in the region.
Automation Alley, Michigan’s largest technology business association, is the new host organization for the Adams Entrepreneur Fellowship. This unique program will match recent talented college and university graduates with early-stage companies in the region.
For over three decades, the Michigan Growth Capital Symposium has provided dozens of early stage and emerging growth startups with the unique opportunity to pitch their business concepts to interested investors from across the Midwest and beyond.
Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder Wednesday announced that the Grand Rapids-based law firm Varnum LLP will donate $1 million in legal services to targeted state-based startups, early stage and growing businesses in a coordinated effort to help spark Michigan’s economy.
The Michigan Economic Development Corp. Thursday issued two requests for proposals for programs to aid Michigan entrepreneurs in commercializing competitive edge technologies in fields that now include agricultural processing and information technology.