TechTown Stirs Up Entrepreneurship with Startup SOUP


DETROIT — TechTown, Wayne State University’s research and technology park and business incubator, invites metro Detroiters to see what’s brewing among local entrepreneurs at its inaugural Startup SOUP, a novel business plan pitch competition, at 5:30 p.m. August 3 located at 2051 Rosa Parks Blvd., Detroit. Participants have a chance to win more than $1,500, plus business training from TechTown. Since 2007, TechTown has provided support to more than 647 companies, which have created more than 1,085 jobs. TechTown’s client companies generated roughly $52 million in revenue last year alone. Nominations close Sunday, July 1.

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