ENRG Power Systems, a startup in TechTown’s accelerator program, has been selected as a semi-finalist contestant in the 2011 CleanTech Open, the world’s largest cleantech business competition.
TechTown has launched a new talent page on its Web site to help connect talent with opportunities in Southeast Michigan.
Online Tech Inc. will hold another in its series of cloud computing seminars Tuesday, June 21 at NextEnergy and TechTown in Detroit.
Ann Arbor-based Online Tech Inc. will host another educational cloud computing seminar at NextEnergy and TechTown in Detroit on Tuesday, June 21.
Wayne State University is helping TechTown startup companies secure the best and brightest college talent with a new incentive program that rewards entrepreneurs for hiring work-study students.
Bizdom U, an entrepreneurship accelerator, is seeking up to 20 entrepreneurs to join its Fall 2011 Detroit training session.
TechTown, the Wayne State University research park and business incubator, is hosting a Shifting Gears training program that begins April 15. Shifting Gears is for seasoned professionals looking to shift into new career opportunities that allow them to use their business knowledge and experience in new ways.
According to a study led by the Kauffman Foundation, the Business Accelerator Network for Southeast Michigan – the group of the region’s four key business accelerators, Ann Arbor Spark, Automation Alley, the Macomb-OU Incubator and TechTown — have created more than 1,000 jobs and invested approximately $18 million in hundreds of start-up companies while securing more than $101.2 million in additional capital, a 6-to-1 investment ratio.
The latest event and meeting notices from Michigan’s technology-focused companies and institutions, before they are posted on the GLITR IT Calendar.
The Michigan Small Business and Technology Development Center continues to provide small business assistance statewide through the Entrepreneurial Series training program. These low-cost classes return to the MI-SBTDC location in TechTown after a hiatus in 2010.