Automation Alley director went to Washington to talk jobs.
Ken Rogers, Automation Alley executive director and Oakland County’s
deputy executive, found himself among 130 business leaders and CEOs who
on Thursday attended the White House Jobs Summit in Washington, D.C.
“Absolutely, I was glad I went,” he said Friday. “Automation Alley was able to represent the technology business in the state.”
Gary Peters, D-Bloomfield Township, said he requested that the White
House invite Rogers so he could discuss the unique economic challenges
facing Oakland County and Michigan, and discuss policy proposals to
help innovative companies grow.
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