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Ann Arbor Spark

April 30, 2019

Ann Arbor SPARK Presents the 2019 Legends Award Winner: Duo Security

April 30, 2019

Ann Arbor SPARK Presents the 2019 Project of the Year Award Winner: KLA

April 19, 2019

Ypsilanti STEMM Middle College Robotics Team Wins Regional Chairman’s Award at the Michigan State Championships

April 17, 2019

Benchmarking the Ann Arbor Region – 2018 update released

April 12, 2019

Honda Opens Mobility Collaboration Garage in Ann Arbor

April 10, 2019

Academia and Tech: How One Dual-Career Couple Built a Home in Ann Arbor

April 04, 2019

CEO Podcast: Jeff Marston, Comcast Business

April 04, 2019

American Center for Mobility Launches Its Second Workforce Development Study

April 03, 2019

Inaugural Student Tech Trek: A U-M Student’s Perspective

April 02, 2019

E-book available: Ann Arbor @ Work (Acquiring Talent in the Greater Ann Arbor Area)

April 02, 2019

2018 Top Livingston County Successes

Through its relationship with the Economic Development Council of Livingston County, Ann Arbor SPARK staff worked on many new opportunities and strategic initiatives in Livingston County. While successes have been shared over the past year in quarterly updates, these are our top three success of 2018. Livingston County sees new investment from Canadian tree seedling […]
March 26, 2019

2019 Awardees of Michigan Celebrates Small Business Announced

Michigan Celebrates Small Business (MCSB), a small business awards program that gives honor and recognition to both small business people and their advocates, has announced its 2019 awardees. This year, MCSB awarded 85 companies across 10 different categories.  Ann Arbor SPARK serves both Washtenaw and Livingston counties. In Washtenaw County, SPARK supports startups and established companies. Through its relationship […]
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.