Automation Alley unveiled its new global headquarters in Troy last week, celebrating over a decade of ingenuity, innovation and forward-thinking resolve to bring companies from around the globe to Oakland County.
Since 1999, Automation Alley has grown to include seven counties and over 1,000 companies. This year, it will take local business leaders to Taiwan and Israel to forge new business connections and opportunities.
The new center, which cost $670,000 and was a year in the making, has
more than 3,200 square feet, a video conference room, a huge executive
conference room, space for eight tenants and is connected to Alley
offices in Troy.
“We think this center will be a catalyst for more
companies to get into exporting,” said Rogers, who serves as the
Alley’s executive director. “We have helped companies bring back $152
million in contracts (through trade missions). We know what works and
how to do it.”
Find out more about the growth of Automation Alley here.