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Ann Arbor Spark

September 05, 2018

CEO Podcast: Chris Sing, Rehmann

August 15, 2018

CEO Podcast: Paul Roney, President, Domino’s Farms

May 02, 2018

CEO Podcast: Peter Schork, co-founder, president, and CEO of Ann Arbor State Bank

Business banking in the Ann Arbor area is a competitive arena. Ann Arbor SPARK CEO Paul Krutko sat down with Peter Schork, co-founder, president, and CEO of Ann Arbor State Bank to discuss how this bank with local roots works with small to medium sized businesses in the area. They discuss the recent partnership between […]
April 05, 2018

CEO Podcast: David O. Egner, The Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Foundation

February 01, 2018

Five podcasts to kick start your February!

We’re big fans of podcasts at SPARK – which may be obvious since we’ve been hosting a podcast series for the past several years. Taking a tip from Brian Kelly, who curates the A2 New Tech Meetup and likes to recommend podcasts of interest, we thought we’d highlight five podcasts from the past several weeks that could help jumpstart your […]
December 20, 2017

CEO Podcast: Shawn Planko, Expedia

December 14, 2017

CEO Podcast: Edwin Olson, May Mobility

December 06, 2017

CEO Podcast: Jeff Disher, Disher Design

November 16, 2017

CEO Podcast: Len Gauger, Connect Space

November 09, 2017

CEO Podcast: Carrie Leahy, LDFA

October 18, 2017

CEO Podcast: Aaron Rajda, Ford Labs

October 03, 2017

CEO Podcast: Bekah Wallace, Cultivate Ypsi

Cultivate Coffee and Tap House is playing a role in the resurgence of Ypsilanti’s Depot Town. Owner Bekah Wallace created Cultivate to be an inclusive destination where “everyone belongs.” In her podcast with Ann Arbor SPARK’s president and CEO Paul Krutko, Wallace talks about Cultivate’s unique non-profit business model and why it’s important to her […]
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.