3.7 Designs got its start 10 years ago building digital presences for local companies. Today it has established itself as a staple in Ann Arbor’s growing tech community.
Ann Arbor-based Seat Side has seen a big expansion of their mobile concession software, allowing spectators at athletic events to order and pay for food and beverages through their smartphone.
The chocolatiers at Bon Bon Bon in Hamtramck hope their new 3,000-square-foot space on Jos. Campau will help them meet the demand for their products.
There are four major award categories for which business and property owners can apply for a share of $500,000 in grant funding.
The Midtown showroom gives Sit On It Detroit a more central location to display its wares and meet with clients, away from the flying sawdust and noisy tools of its workshop.
Several of the Motor City's top fellowship programs and incubators are currently taking applications, including Challenge Detroit, TechTown's DTX Launch Detroit, and NextEnergy.
Bundled finds the best products in Michigan and offers to bundle them into themed and customized gift boxes for men, women, and babies.
Detroit Labs has run three classes of its apprentice program, which have resulted in 20 new hires in each of the first two and 11 hires in the most recent.
The downtown Detroit-based firm has watched its revenue grow by up to 40 percent over the last five years, including a 15 percent jump over the last year.
Arbor Brewing Co is not only showing off its newly renovated space in downtown Ann Arbor, but also an eclectic new menu to go with it. Rene Greff, who co-owns Arbor Brewing Co with her husband Matt Greff, describes the new menu as "gastro street fare."
Ann Arbor-based Portal Architects have enjoyed a 357 percent revenue growth over the last year. They now have nearly 2,000 clients and recently hired 16 people, mainly software professionals, to grow their staff to 27. We'd call that success by any measure.
Talk about patience. Visual Compass started as 17-year long side project, emerged from Ann Arbor SPARK's East Incubator, and has now taken up residence in Ypsilanti's Depot Town.
Giffels Webster has grown significantly over last five years, creating 30-plus jobs. Its staff of 86 people now help local municipalities make longterm development planning decisions and private developers best maximize their real-estate holdings.
The world is full of more paperwork than anyone could, or want to, read in a lifetime. Image Data Conversion is building a business by digitizing those documents for the 21st Century.
Concussions and other head injuries are a major concern for football players. Researchers at U-M are responding with the development of a more shock-absorbing helmet system.