LTU Wins $100K Extension To Help Fuel Collaboratory

LTU Wins $100K Extension To Help Fuel Collaboratory

ROYAL OAK – Lawrence Technological University has been approved for a one-year, $100,000 extension to fund the LTU Collaboratory Gatekeeper Business Incubator. Mark Brucki, LTU Executive Director of Corporate and Community Partnerships joins M2 TechCast to provide all the details. He is joined by Cathy Koch, CEO of K-Tec Systems, an LTU Collaboratory Client.

The grant runs from April 1 through March 31, 2019, and was part of $1.7 million in state grants to support entrepreneurial resources.

The MEDC Grant is matched by the City of Southfield SmartZone funds independent of the City’s operational funds. The money is used for programming, events, and other uses to support economic development in Southfield and Southeast Michigan.

LTU Collaboratory:

Helping small manufacturers and hardware entrepreneurs scale-up for success

Scale-Up for Success


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By |2018-02-22T10:46:24+00:00February 22nd, 2018|Entrepreneurs, M2 TechCast, Podcasts|

About the Author:

Matt Roush, a former business and technology journalist for such publications as the Traverse City Record Eagle, Crain's Detroit Business and WWJ News Radio's GLTR, is now Director of Media Relations and Managing Editor, University News Bureau. He also is editor of the Engineering Society of Detroit's Technology Century website, plus a co-host of M2 TechCast on the PodcastDetroit Network.

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