This is an excerpt from Crain’s Detroit Business written by Anisa Jibrell. For the full article please click here.
The incubator, Centrepolis Accelerator, is tailored to assist small manufacturing and hardware companies with product development and prototyping. The grant will allow the program to extend technical support and professional resources to those businesses to accelerate growth, according to a Tuesday news release.
“We are so grateful for the NEI’s partnership with LTU and their shared commitment to help strengthen the foundation of Michigan’s manufacturing, product design and engineering heritage,” Lawrence Tech president Virinder Moudgil said in a news release. “NEI’s two-year commitment provides LTU and the Centrepolis Accelerator the ability to offer in-depth client programs and resources, especially as we move forward with the opening of the accelerator’s 6,300-square-foot facility on campus this fall.”
This excerpt from Crain’s Detroit Business written by Anisa Jibrell. For the full article please click here.