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BioLumix in Ann Arbor
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Akervall Technologies expands in Ann Arbor region

Akervall Technologies Inc., an Ann Arbor SPARK Business Accelerator client that makes the SISU Mouth Guard and SISU SOVA Night Guard, is expanding to a 15,000 sq. ft. facility in Saline, Mich. The new facility includes a wet lab for research and development, offices for management and sales, and a manufacturing area.

Ann Arbor SPARK supports Mahindra GenZe

Ann Arbor SPARK’s efforts to attract high-tech businesses to the region has resulted in Mahindra GenZe, a division of the multinational company Mahindra and Mahindra, choosing to locate in the City of Ann Arbor. Mahindra GenZe is designing and manufacturing a new technology vehicle here, at its first facility in the United States.

Ann Arbor SPARK incubator tenant Seelio acquired by PlattForm

Seelio, a company headquartered at SPARK Central that specializes in student portfolio solutions for higher education institutions, was recently acquired by PlattForm, a leading marketing and enrollment management partner for colleges and universities worldwide. PlattForm is committed to maintaining Seelio’s office in Ann Arbor, and will support the company’s continued growth and hiring here.

SPARK funding helps take BioLumix to the next level

Starting a business is an experience like no other, but it’s an experience Gideon and Ruth Eden were ready to tackle. Time allowed BioLumix to create a name for itself, but there was still room for development. It turned to Ann Arbor SPARK for support.

CEO Podcast: Len Gauger

Ann Arbor SPARK president and CEO Paul Krutko chats with Len Gauger, the founder of Message Blocks. Len discusses his journey as an entrepreneur, how he turned an idea into a business, and why he decided to return to Michigan and launch his company. 

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