The Centrepolis Accelerator, the physical-product business accelerator established by Lawrence Technological University and the city of Southfield, has named the winners of its inaugural Client Awards, recognizing some of Michigan’s most promising manufacturing innovations.
The Centrepolis Accelerator, the manufacturing business accelerator on the campus of Lawrence Technological University, will name the winners of its first-ever Centrepolis Accelerator Client Awards in an online ceremony Wednesday, Dec., 16.
The Centrepolis Accelerator, the manufacturing business accelerator operated by Lawrence Technological University and the city of Southfield, is hosting a National Manufacturing Day Virtual Pitch Event on Friday, Oct. 2.
Cleantech companies take note: The Centrepolis Accelerator, the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy, and the United States Department of Energy are hosting an event to highlight the many funding and support resources available that can enable technology commercialization and business growth.
Lawrence Technological University’s Centrepolis Accelerator will provide business acceleration services to a new program launched by Automation Alley—an “Industry 4.0 Accelerator,” a national first, designed to help small and medium-sized manufacturing companies navigate an increasingly technologically sophisticated marketplace.