Thank you for 400 Articles, Midwest Tech!
By Laura Cowan
Laura K. Cowan is a tech editor and journalist whose work has focused on promoting sustainability initiatives for automotive, green tech, and conscious living media outlets.
Thanks to the generous support and interest of those of you in the Midwest tech community and beyond, Cronicle Press has just hit another milestone: 400 articles covering the growth of Midwest tech hubs like Ann Arbor, Detroit, Columbus and Chicago. From special events to funding opportunities and ground-breaking news out of the Midwest home of software, advanced robotics, cybersecurity startups, mobility technologies, to healthcare technology and clean energy.
The student gaming expo that brings Eastern Michigan and University of Michigan students together to demo computer games they have developed.
We have grown from a side project attempting to cover the emergence of Ann Arbor as a recognized tech hub to helping make connections between tech talent, startup founders, and investors in multiple industries in the Midwest, from software and cybersecurity to AI, biomedical, and healthtech.
From Intermitten 2019, one of the first conferences in tech Cronicle covered from Ann Arbor's tech week a2tech360.
As we have begun to offer content marketing services and worked with amazing clients like the Yottled CRM founded by Duo Security alum, the Purpose Jobs recruiting blog out of Detroit, Michigan SEO Group, and other private clients, we have been truly privileged to be a part of the growth of many of your businesses making a difference in tech. Thank you for giving Cronicle Press the opportunity to work with and for your businesses to help spread the word about the amazing things happening in the Midwest in tech.
George Miranda of PagerDuty speaks at DevopsDays Detroit.
Thank you for your support of our project to tell the story in the underserved space of Midwest tech and to continue to build bridges between tech businesses, investors, and the talent pipelines that make this all possible. Here's to the next 400.
Laura K. Cowan, Editor