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Ann Arbor Spark

November 15, 2019

Weekly Rewind: November 15

November 13, 2019

Ann Arbor vs. East Lansing – How do we compare?

November 12, 2019

Shepherd Lock from PassiveBolt® Wins CES 2020 Innovation Award in the Smart Home Category

Revolutionary Shepherd Lock is the only solution to offer consumers comprehensive home security features and the convenience of fingerprint-free touch technology. ANN ARBOR, Mich.–PassiveBolt, an innovative leader in smart lock technology, announced that it won a CES 2020 Innovation Award in the Smart Home category for its Shepherd Lock, a touch-enabled smart lock with enhanced security through sensors […]
November 11, 2019

Autonomous Vehicles Demonstrate Latest Testing Technology at American Center for Mobility

November 08, 2019

Economic Development Council of Livingston County and Ann Arbor SPARK Celebrate New Investment, Job Growth, Talent Connections at its Annual Meeting

November 07, 2019

Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer Visits the American Center for Mobility

November 05, 2019

Startup Cities Rankings: An Analysis of the Methodology

November 01, 2019

Ann Arbor vs. College Park – How do we compare?

November 01, 2019

Weekly Rewind: November 1

October 29, 2019

Getting Started in Angel Investing

October 25, 2019

Weekly Rewind: October 25

A look back on this week’s economic development headlines, announcements, and other share-worthy news from the Ann Arbor region. Ann Arbor SPARK joined the American Center for Mobility for its Demo Day in conjunction with the Automotive Testing Expo 2019.  Celebrate Invention Marks a Year of Startup Milestones at The University of Michigan.  In Livingston, Ann Arbor SPARK […]
October 24, 2019

Five Ways Small Businesses Can Improve Cybersecurity

The KLA-Tencor Site Selection Process with Ann Arbor SPARK

2018 marked a significant number of economic development projects for the Ann Arbor region, including the noteworthy announcement that KLA-Tencor — a Silicon Valley-headquartered provider of process control solutions for semiconductor and related industries — selected Ann Arbor as the home for a new R&D facility. The new development is expected to generate a total capital investment of $70 million and create 500 high tech jobs over the next five years.