One of three metro Detroit startups will be selected to pitch their business to Google in California.
Eleven local start-ups will compete Thursday at Grand Circus in Detroit for a chance to pitch their business to Google.
Grand Circus will host a local competition for entrepreneurs to compete for the opportunity to pitch their businesses plans to Google.
Graduating college seniors have an opportunity to work in a Detroit start-up through Grand Circus’ Hacker Fellows program.
Grand Circus is offering a pair of boot camps to help professionals in transitions, and those looking for a new career, can learn how to code.
Students in the Experience IT program are in the final days of their innovative, eight-week training program at Grand Circus in Detroit.
A pair of web developers spent 24 hours developing a new app for the Detroit Public Library to allow staff and users to access information in seconds.
Information technology companies from across Detroit are providing eight weeks of training in soft and hard skills in the IT industry with a job waiting for them upon completion.
The tech startup Detroit Labs has made headlines for its fast growth since its founding in 2011. Now the mobile app developer is hiring more tech talent and adding a new program and new career opportunities for those with an interest in app development.
One and perhaps two startups from Detroit will win the priceless opportunity to pitch their business ideas to Google and its investors in a new competition called Google Demo Day.