The banks fronted the money, but now the time is coming for the state to pay its part.
Monday, organizers of the Michigan Growth Capital Symposium announced the 36 companies that will be presenting at the 32nd annual conference.
Organizers of the Michigan Growth Capital Symposium Tuesday announced that they have tapped Ann Arbor-based event tech firm CrowdJuice to maximize networking opportunities among attendees and extend the life of MGCS beyond the two-day symposium for the respected roster of investors already registered to attend.
Lansing Startup Weekend kicks off this Friday, Oct. 5, at the Neo Center, 934 Clark St., Lansing.
The Macomb-OU INCubator at Velocity Center, on 18 Mile Road in Sterling Heights, has a variety of spaces for rent to startup companies.
The Emerging Technology Accelerator, an initiative of the Global Food Protection Institute, announced it will make investments in two startup companies that have developed products that rapidly detect pathogens in food. Seattle Sensor Systems and NanoRete were selected from over 40 companies.
Startup Weekend is coming back to Grand Rapids Jan. 13-15 at The Factory, 38 W. Fulton St., Suite 320.
The Michigan Growth Capital Symposium has unveiled preliminary plans for the 2012 Symposium, the Midwest’s premier equity event.
Registration is now under way for the 4th annual Western Michigan Veterans Entrepreneurial Conference, which will be held May 17 in Muskegon.
The Samuel Zell & Robert H. Lurie Institute for Entrepreneurial Studies at the University of Michigan Ross School of Business Tuesday announced that eight teams have advanced to the semi-finals of this year’s Michigan Business Challenge.