While there obviously is much work to be done on Detroit’s turnaround, Detroit is no longer an impediment to recruiting employees to the city for tech companies.
Innovation is a priority for 94 out of 100 business leaders, according to the Plante Moran 2013 innovation survey results. That is 15 points higher than last year and indicative of a trend that is validated by other research.
Alpena, hotbed of technology. Who knew? No, seriously. This gritty industrial town — sometimes literally gritty, home to a huge Lafarge Corp. cement plant and a huge wood processing plant that turns wood chips into wood panels — has a ton of cool technology-based economic development going on.
So what’s new and exciting in the wonderful world of high technology? See it all here, culled from a bunch of sources…
Sure, it’s frigid out right now. Only those with really serious technical equipment (or maybe a big motor home) would even think about camping right now. But hey, it won’t always be. Six months from now? July 21, baby. Heart of camping season. So get on the stick with the official Department of Natural Resources Michigan Camping and Recreation Locator app.
Just in time for the North American International Auto show comes the first Technology Report App of the Week, the Auto Show Passport.