Public Spaces Community Places
Michigan Joins the Movement to Build Sustainable Communities
Around the world, communities are considering innovative ways of investing in sustainable developments that will require fewer resources, protect the environment and support a strong regional economy.
How Michigan Know-How Is Bringing Bikes Into The Connected Driving Revolution
Someday, as you approach a line of slow-moving traffic, your car will know the cause of the delay, even if you can’t see it.
Community revitalization, economic development go hand-in-hand in Grayling
The Michigan Economic Development Corporation works with communities of all sizes statewide.
3 Takeaways with Paul Riser of TechTown Detroit
Spearheading Metro Detroit’s entrepreneurial success and blurring the geographical lines of collaboration and innovation within the Michigan entrepreneurial ecosystem is Paul Riser, the director of Urban Solutions at TechTown Detroit.
Investing in Michigan
In the Zone – WMed Innovation Center
Michigan’s SmartZones offer localized, low-cost co-working spaces, training and mentorship to entrepreneurs, researchers and startups in 21 locations across the state.
Testing Facilities Challenge UAV Tech On Land, At Sea And In The Air
Ever since Dr. Ella Atkins started testing unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs and drones) in the 1990s as a University of Michigan graduate student, the process has been fraught with obstacles.
Business, Community, Talent
Strategic Partnerships Seamlessly Transform Detroit Into a Fashion Hub
The Motor City is expanding its reach into the fashion industry thanks to connections made through the Pure Michigan Business Connect program.
3 Takeaways with Javier Evelyn of Alerje
Alerje founder and CEO Javier Evelyn is working to improve the lives of people with food allergies.
Michigan Communities Build Success from the Ground Up
From Sault Ste Marie to St. Clair and Adrian to Alpena, people in all corners of Michigan have one thing in common: a desire to see their community grow and thrive.
3 Takeaways with Sandra Cochrane of WMed Innovation Center
Sandra Cochrane is the assistant dean for the WMed Innovation Center in Kalamazoo, where she oversees a 69,000-square-foot incubator that helps aspiring entrepreneurs build their businesses.