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Castle closes $2M seed round from Silicon Valley investors

The property management software startup hit a big milestone last week, locking down a little more than $2 million in seed capital.

ProModel grows step by step with Ann Arbor's economy

ProModel's Ann Arbor office has hired 38 people over the last couple of years, and expects to add yet more. Good thing the predictive analytics firm moved into its office before downtown's real estate market started feeling the squeeze.

U-M Desai Accelerator announces 2016 cohort of startups

The University of Michigan's Desai Accelerator announced its second cohort of startups. A group of six promising young companies were selected from more than the 80 that applied.

Your People expands 'kitchen table' with new team members

PR firm expands while keeping it "at the kitchen table."

Final year of NEI's challenge to grant local businesses a total of $500K

On April 20, the New Economy Initiative kicked-off the third and final year of the NEIdeas challenge, "a two-tiered challenge awarding $500,000 to existing small businesses in Detroit, Hamtramck, and Highland Park for their ideas to grow."

Automation Alley sinks seed capital into six local startups

From online security to custom tooling, Automation Alley's 7Cs program helps launch tech startups across metro Detroit.

Nanotex adds key hires to accelerate growth

The Bloomfield Hills-based fabric company re-tools its staff to position for growth.

Emerging leaders: Help us tell the story of metro Detroit

Are you an emerging leader in metro Detroit with big ideas about how to make the region better? If so, we want to hear from you! Apply now to join our editorial advisory board in partnership with Metro Matters. You'll have the opportunity to inform Metromode's solutions-based journalism on our region's most pressing issues.

Civionics to expand sensor pilot with local manufacturer

Ann Arbor-based Civionics has changed the focus of its sensor technology, and its pivot in marketplace looks promising.

Personal tragedy inspires launch of U-M spin-out, Neurable

Neurable, a new University of Michigan spin-out that is developing a non-invasive brain-computer interface, is inspired by its founder's personal experience with physical tragedy.

Corktown's Beard Balm goes global as it nears $1M sales

Beard Balm, which makes an all-natural, leave-in conditioner for beards and facial hair, is selling its products around the world and closing in on $1 million worth of sales this year.

Nexcess adds two more data center support facilities in Southfield

Nexcess has has data centers around the world, but most of their new jobs have been added in Metro Detroit.


Detroit outpaces rest of southeastern Michigan for new residential unit permits

According to a report recently released by the Southeast Michigan Council of Governments (SEMCOG), Detroit issued more permits for new residential units than any other city in southeastern Michigan last year.

Immigrant turns American Dream into own business in Pontiac

Hector Martinez came to Pontiac 20 years ago with almost nothing. Today, his tree-trimming and landscaping company, Trees&Co, is looking to hire. 
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