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Ann Arbor Spark

March 13, 2018

Desai Accelerator’s new program manager aims to double intern staff, build program’s reputation

March 13, 2018

How the Ann Arbor Film Festival and InfoReady developed a simpler way to sort through 3,000 films

March 07, 2018

Ypsi’s Massage Mechanics expands, moves from Depot Town to downtown

March 07, 2018

Threads interdisciplinary art festival moves to Ypsi, scales up for 2018

The festival, which includes music, poetry, dance, film, and visual arts, started in Ann Arbor but has found a new home. News from Concentrate
February 28, 2018

Stroke treatment device wins $25,000 top prize at Michigan Business Challenge

February 28, 2018

Ann Arbor-based ISP finds long-lasting success with all-in-one tech deployment

Most broadband internet service providers have been more recently founded, but Synergy Fiber has been going strong since 1998 – and it continues to score groundbreaking deals. News from Concentrate
February 28, 2018

Ann Arbor to expand presence this year at SXSW’s “Michigan House”

February 21, 2018

Self-driving security: How Detroit leads the way in automotive cybersecurity

With the rise of connected vehicle technology comes an increased level of vulnerability to security threats. Fortunately, the Detroit region’s automotive cybersecurity industry is growing strong—in numbers, and in proactive defense against attacks. News from Concentrate
February 21, 2018

Saline mouthguard manufacturer Akervall Technologies attracts local, national accolades

Multiple recent recognitions for the company come after many years of scaling up what started as a kitchen-table business. News from Concentrate
February 14, 2018

Solar-powered chapel in Ann Arbor provides sustainable example for other houses of worship

Campus Chapel's members have been concerned about climate change for over a decade. They put their values into action in 2015, and they're hoping to spread the good word of sustainability. News from Concentrate
February 07, 2018

RITMO app introduces on-demand mass transit at U-M, with plans to expand

The system offers almost door-to-door service, a la Uber or Lyft, but still operates within the framework (and much more affordable price point) of public transit. News from Concentrate
February 07, 2018

Unpacking the controversy behind Detroit Street Filling Station’s relaunch

Ex-employees aired grievances against the restaurant after they were suddenly laid off in November, and an internal business matter quickly became a community conversation. News from Concentrate