Automation Alley doles out $350,000 in venture capital to aide local businesses.
“We are investing in the future of Southeast Michigan by providing seed
funding to local technology companies,” said Ken Rogers, executive
“Small companies fuel today’s local economy,” he said.
Alley is committed to supporting entrepreneurial growth in the region
because fresh, forwardthinking products and services are key to the
region’s transformation,” he said.
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