Spring Tech Tour
Michigan’s oldest city dates back to the 1660s. Its most famous feature, locks that get freighters around treacherous rapids between Lake Superior and the Lake Michigan-Huron system, date back to the 1850s. But stay tuned. Sault Ste. Marie might just be famous for something else pretty soon, something at the farthest reaches of technology.
Greetings from Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan’s first city, as the Great Lakes Innovation and Technology Report’s 2012 Spring Tech Tour kicks off.
Grand Rapids is Michigan’s second largest city with a technology sector that’s huge and thriving, so it’s always easy to find something new when the Great Lakes Innovation and Technology Report rolls into town.
The Great Lakes Innovation and Technology Report’s 2011 Spring Tech Tour visited both longstanding and startup companies in Bay City, Saginaw and Midland Tuesday, and saw an amazing array of job-creating high tech.
The Great Lakes Innovation and Technology Report’s Seventh Annual Spring Tech Tour is officially under way.
GLITR’s 7th annual Spring Tech Tour starts Monday in Traverse City, and continues Tuesday in the Great Lakes Bay cities of Midland and Bay City, Wednesday in Grand Rapids, Thursday in Kalamazoo and Friday in Lansing.
Yep, it’s almost that time of year again. The eighth annual Great Lakes IT Report Spring Tech Tour will be taking place all across Michigan May 13-20. If you know an interesting, growing, Michigan-based tech company in West Michigan, Mid-Michigan or Up North, let me know and I’ll put them on my itinerary for a tour stop.