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Ann Arbor Spark

December 13, 2019

Weekly Rewind: December 13

Entrepreneurial Boot Camp leaders Margarita Hernandez and Lee Gorman present the Best of Boot Camp prize to Todd Austin of Agita Labs.

Ann Arbor SPARK’s Entrepreneurial Boot Camp Celebration took place on Wednesday, with Agita Labs taking Best of Boot Camp, a $25,000 prize. Agita Labs is a new startup in Ann Arbor that is developing next-generation privacy-enhanced computing architectures that will facilitate the creation of new data markets while protecting data IP rights and respecting personal information.

Ann Arbor named the best small college town in America by WalletHub.

More from the blog …

We know of two U-M students that found internships as a result of the Center for Entrepreneurship Student Discovery Trek hosted at Ann Arbor SPARK and other startups around town. “Ann Arbor continues to rank as one of the best college towns in the U.S. and was recently identified by Bloomberg as a top new tech hub,” said Jenn Queen, vice president of marketing and communications at Ann Arbor SPARK. “Our goal is to encourage more graduates to remain in Ann Arbor by showcasing the high-growth career opportunities available here.”

“The task before us now is to build on the progress to date by working together to create a new, more robust, accessible, and inclusive economy that works for all Americans—one that will incentivize and inspire a renewed commitment to American democratic capitalism.” And more from the Michigan Angel Summit.

SPARK Client TechStak Launches Suite of Cybersecurity Resources for the Unique Needs of Small- and Medium-Sized Businesses.