L’ANSE, Michigan (January 22, 2014) – L’Anse Manufacturing, Inc. is one of four Upper Peninsula businesses to receive an Award of Excellence for 2013 during the annual meeting of Operation Action U.P. (OAUP) in Marquette on Tuesday, January 21.
The OAUP Award of Excellence recognizes outstanding businesses or major institutional employers who have contributed to the economic well-being of the Upper Peninsula. The awards were presented during the group’s 50th anniversary meeting at Northern Michigan University.
HOUGHTON, Michigan (January 17, 2014) – Exciting new developments at MTEC SmartZone were among key issues Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder discussed in his fourth State of the State address in Lansing Thursday evening.
Snyder talked about MTEC SmartZone’s collaboration with Michigan Technological University, entrepreneurs and local governments to foster economic success in the Upper Peninsula. That collaboration has continued to thrive for more than a decade, leading to new developments and opportunities for job creation across the Upper Peninsula.
HOUGHTON, Michigan (January 10, 2014) – MTEC SmartZone welcomes successful Upper Peninsula biomedical business executive, Dan Webber, to the Board of Directors.
Webber previously held top positions as President and CEO with Pioneer Surgical Technology, an international medical device manufacturer located in Marquette, Michigan. He recently led Pioneer in a strategic sale for $130 million.
HOUGHTON, Michigan (December 12, 2013) – Generating visibility to get a first sale is challenging for any start-up company. Whenever possible, MTEC SmartZone helps entrepreneurs by providing sales training and networking opportunities that build connections with potential customers. MTEC SmartZone company LeClaire GeoServices LLC is a key example.
REL, Inc. and LiteBrake Tech, LLC among more than 200 entrants at Accelerate Michigan Innovation Competition
HOUGHTON, Michigan (December 2, 2013) – With support and entrepreneurial coaching from MTEC SmartZone, two local companies that competed in North America’s largest business plan competition mid-November in Detroit returned home winners.
5 local technology, manufacturing companies collaborate with Michigan Tech to target the aerospace and defense industries
Houghton, Michigan (November 18, 2013) – With aerospace and defense budget cuts, those industries are working harder to find solutions that keep America globally competitive and safe. As a result, the companies who service those industries also have to be more creative to deliver more for less.