DETROIT — (WWJ) — Hundreds of experts on the high-tech future of America and its cities will gather in Detroit Wednesday for a conference called Techonomy. The Detroit Economic Club and Wayne State University are […]
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Startup companies extol the help of Ann Arbor Spark in launching them on their entrepreneurial journeys in the business accelerator’s annual report, released Monday at Spark’s annual meeting.
International travelers to Detroit Metropolitan Airport can now get Oakland County’s economic development and quality of life story in six different languages at the touch of a finger.
The Michigan Economic Development Corp. Entrepreneurial Services Bus Tour concluded in Houghton last week at Michigan Technological University’s Advanced Technology Development Complex.
Mark B. Leahey, president and CEO of the Medical Device Manufacturers Association, will be the keynote speaker for the inaugural Inno-Vention: A Medical Main Street Conference, set for Oct. 4 in Rochester.
Ann Arbor Spark, a public-private partnership whose mission is to advance innovation-based economic development in the greater Ann Arbor region, recently launched the first in a four video series highlighting its work.
Ann Arbor Spark said Thursday it had finalized the agreement to assume management of business attraction efforts for the Economic Development Council of Livingston County.
With the creation of 85 jobs in the last year, the Central Michigan University Research Corp. is now in its 12th year of advancing economic development in the mid Michigan region and across the state.
Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson Thursday identified five local communities who have agreed to participate in an economic development pilot program — the first of its kind in the state — designed to reduce delays and government red tape for business attraction and retention projects.