The Detroit Zoological Society today announced that Macomb County will be the location of the new Great Lakes Nature Center. The focus of the new center will be on water and wildlife of the Great Lakes.
The largest aerospace business gathering ever organized in the state, the Pure Michigan Business Connect (PMBC) Aerospace Summit, will be held on Feb. 21 at Little Caesars Arena in Detroit. Michigan is the No. 2 state in the nation for aerospace manufacturing attractiveness, according to a 2017 study by PwC.
The Middle Market Power Index: Best U.S. Metropolitan Areas for Middle Market Firms from American Express and Dun & Bradstreet was released Feb. 8 with Detroit ranking very low in some categories and very high in others.
The American Center for Mobility in Ypsilanti Township has commissioned a workforce study being undertaken by Michigan State University and the Texas A&M Transportation Institute to begin to understand and quantify impacts on today's transportation jobs from the introduction of autonomous vehicles.
Clinc, a conversational artificial intelligence platform for financial institutions in Ann Arbor, today announced it is moving to a larger headquarters, plans to double the size of its staff to 100 employees this year, has hired a chief growth officer, and is opening an office in London.
The Internet of Things (IoT) TechConnect conference, to be held on April 4 at the Troy Marriott, will provide attendees with a greater understanding of the opportunities and threats posed by IoT. As more devices connect to the internet, there are more opportunities for hackers to get into computer systems. The event will focus on IoT companies, experts, and training in Michigan.
On Jan. 25, the Coalition on Temporary Shelter in Detroit hosted its 19th annual Soup City: A Night at the Gallery at the Gem Theatre and the Century Theatre in downtown Detroit. More than 200 people enjoyed a selection of soups and chilis, a display of artwork, and live entertainment.