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Michigan Tech Events August 2021
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Michigan Tech Events August 2021

Here’s our rundown of the main Michigan tech events going on in Ann Arbor, Detroit, Grand Rapids, and Traverse City in August 2021. You can tour the Michigan Engineering Ford Robotics Building in Ann Arbor, visit All Hands Active A2 Retro Tech Meetup for Retro Unix Month, pitch your startup to NEF, A2Newtech, or TCNewTech, or have a beer with your fellow women in tech in Traverse City by beautiful Lake Michigan. We hope you’re having a great summer.

Michigan Tech Events May 2021
Announcements, Tech Events

Michigan Tech Events May 2021

Nicolas Théorêt is Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Centri. Each year, propane distributors waste over $1.5B on unnecessary deliveries. Centri seeks to help these distributors eliminate the waste in their delivery operations by offering them a simple IoT solution, the CentriConnect platform. Centri’s solution helps propane distributors minimize their delivery costs, optimize their operations, and grow their customer base. The technology has been in the beta testing phase with a propane distributor since March 2020 and the company is preparing the business for a commercial launch in the coming months.

Great Lakes Tech Events March & April 2021
Networking, Tech Events

Great Lakes Tech Events March & April 2021

For this month’s Great Lakes region tech events roundup, we are highlighting more online events available to you remotely for safety, as well as including some in-person events you might want to consider. Many groups have reported that they will be keeping remote live streams to some events after the pandemic, but others will not. It’s a great time to check out groups farther from home. This month, we’re including tech events from Chicago as well as our usual focus surrounding Southeast Michigan.

February Michigan Tech Events Focus on Post-Pandemic Life, Hackathons & Wellness Software
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February Michigan Tech Events Focus on Post-Pandemic Life, Hackathons & Wellness Software

What’s going on lately with all the pitch groups and networking events that have gone virtual? This month, we’re seeing tech groups focus on planning through the end of the coronavirus pandemic to look forward to how work and life will function in the future. Also, we’re seeing a lot of conferences and pitch groups focused on agtech and health and wellness as well as COVID response technology and data analysis. Plus, some regular hackathons are still happening that you won’t want to miss out of Detroit.

U.S., Midwest, & Global Tech Conferences December 2020
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U.S., Midwest, & Global Tech Conferences December 2020

It’s already the end of 2020, and many tech events have shifted online. For this month’s tech event roundup, we’ve featured a lineup of great events from Ann Arbor SPARK, as well as a number of tech events and meetups in Chicago and around the world, where tech conferences are still happening but are often moving online for the time being. Please check the conference details as many have changed plans last minute regarding whether they are happening in person or online.

Be A Part of Ann Arbor-Detroit COVID-19 Tech and Biomedical Collaborations
Announcements, Medical Tech, Software

Be A Part of Ann Arbor-Detroit COVID-19 Tech and Biomedical Collaborations

In collaboration with Arbor Biosciences and a number of professionals in the IT and biomedical field in Ann Arbor and the Great Lakes region, we will be helping organize and will be publishing some form of collaborative discussion or networking resources on COVID-19 response from the Ann Arbor-Detroit and greater Great Lakes business and tech communities and ways the tech and health sciences communities can network to find medical and business solutions to the coronavirus outbreak and its impact on our communities.

Wild Swan Theater Launches Coding To The Moon Production with Pre-Party Feb 5th
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Wild Swan Theater Launches Coding To The Moon Production with Pre-Party Feb 5th

Ann Arbor is a great place to raise kids, and a great place to found a new tech company, but it’s not often you can do both at once! Wild Swan Theater in Ann Arbor is celebrating the launch of their new production Coding To The Moon: Margaret Hamilton and the Apollo Missions, with a pre-party at Circ Bar February 5th. This production is a great family event, appropriate for anyone 9 years old and up, and will run March 4th through 7th in Ann Arbor. If you would like a preview, join The Wild Swan Theater a month before the play comes to the stage for a $20 ticket.

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