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Automation Alley Program Trains 1,300 Local IT Workers

Automation Alley, a technology business association covering a 10 county region in Southeastern Michigan, concluded its four-year Technical Talent Development Program (TTDP) on a successful note. The nonprofit trained 1,347 local workers through its program, exceeding their original goal to train 715 workers. The TTDP, made possible through a $5 million grant funded by the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment, and Training Administration, was an initiative to help companies in Southeast Michig...

Automation Alley To Represent Michigan In World’s Largest Industrial Trade Show

Automation Alley and several of its members – business owners from the Southeast Michigan region – will soon embark on a trade mission and put Michigan on the global business world’s map. They will attend Hannover Messe from April 25-29. The event is the world’s largest industrial trade show and is often billed as a world of technology under a single umbrella. Last year’s show saw over 6,500 exhibitors from 70 nations. During their time at Hannover Messe, the Michigan-based businesses will s...

Report Says Southeast Michigan Tech Companies Expected To Outperform Silicon Valley In 2016

Silicon Valley has long been home to the world’s largest technology companies responsible for many game-changing innovations like the microprocessor and the microcomputer. It has an impressive record when it comes to economic measurements like research and development investment, hiring, and revenue. However, an Automation Alley report predicts that Southeast Michigan technology companies will outperform Silicon Valley in these key areas in 2016. For background, Automation Alley is a regional...

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